Modern Language Review 3.4

Modern Language Review 3.4

Cambridge University Press for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 July 1908  •  104pp

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Contents:

313-328
Dante's Lyrical Metres: His Theory and Practice
C. B. Heberden
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329-336
The Connection between Words and Music in the Songs of the Trobadors
Barbara Smythe
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337-355
Shakspere's Plays: An Examination
E. H. C. Oliphant
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356-359
The Satire in Heinrich Wittenweiler's Ring
Jessie Crosland
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360-365
Bibliographical Notes on Charles Sealsfield
Otto Heller
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366-369
Miscellaneous Notes: Notes on the "Interlude of Wealth and Health"
Mark Hunter
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369-371
"Irisdision," in the Interlude of "Johan the Euangelyst"
Wes Williams
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371-372
Shakespeare, "Troilus and Cressida," III, III, 161-3
J. Derocquigny
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372-373
Shakespeare, "Antony and Cleopatra," III, XIII, 158-167
A. Joanna Partridge
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373
"Victoria," "Exchange Ware" and "Worke for Cutlers"
Grahame Smith
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373-374
'To Appoint. Milton, Samson Agonistes, 373
E. Weekley
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374-375
Fragment of an Anglo-Norman Life of Edward the Confessor
A. T. Baker
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375-376
Dante, "De Vulgari Eloquentia," I, VII
A. J. Butler
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376-378
The Almanac of "Jacob ben Machir ben Tibbon" (Latinè "Profacius") c. 1300
E. Moore
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379-392
Review of Julius Goebel, Goethes Faust. Erster Teil
A. R. Hohlfeld
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392-395
Review of Arthur Adams, The Syntax of the Temporal Clause in Old English Prose
Hubert G. Shearin
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395
Review of E. K. Chambers, F. Sidgwick, Early English Lyrics: Amorous, Divine, Moral and Trivial
W. P. Ker
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396
Review of E. Hamilton Moore, English Miracle Plays and Moralities
W. W. Greg
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396-401
Review of George Chapman, T. M. Parrott, All Fooles and the Gentleman Usher
J. Le Gay Brereton
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401-403
Review of C. E. Vaughan, Types of Tragic Drama
J. G. Robertson
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403-407
Review of Arthur Tilley, François Rabelais
Henri Clouzot
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