Modern Language Review 3.3

Modern Language Review 3.3

Cambridge University Press for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 April 1908  •  104pp

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Contents:

209-217
Rabelais and Geographical Discovery. II. Jacques Cartier
A. Tilley
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218-227
Earth upon Earth
H. G. Fiedler
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228-231
The Inquisition and the "Editio Princeps" of the "Vita Nuova"
Paget Toynbee
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232-256
Milton's Heroic Line Viewed from an Historical Standpoint
W. D. Thomas
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257-267
Spenser and Lady Carey
Percy W. Long
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268-277
The Elizabethan Sonneteers and the French Poets
L. E. Kastner
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278-286
West Germanic "I" in Old English Saxon Dialects
Marie A. Lewenz
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287-292
Review of A. W. Ward, A. R. Waller, The Cambridge History of English Literature
Minna Steele Smith
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292-293
Review of W. Bang, The Queen or the Excellency of Her Sex
W. W. Greg
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293-294
Review of Wentworth Smith, L. W. Payne, Jr., The Hector of Germanie or the Palsgrave Prime Elector
W. W. Greg
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294-295
Review of F. M. Padelford, Early Sixteenth Century Lyrics
F. Sidgwick
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295-296
Review of Francis B. Gummere, The Popular Ballad
F. Sidgwick
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297-298
Review of Oliver Elton, Modern Studies
P. G. Thomas
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298-299
Review of C. H. Grandgent, An Introduction to Vulgar Latin
Louis Brandin
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299-300
Review of Joseph Wright, Historical German Grammar. Volume I. Phonology, Word-Formation and Accidence
J. Steppat
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301-302
Review of J. A. Worp, Geschiedenis van het Drama en van het Tooneel in Nederland
J. G. Robertson
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305
Correction
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