Modern Language Review 55.3

Modern Language Review 55.3

Cambridge University Press for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 July 1960  •  160pp

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Contents:

321-331
The Meaning of Chapman's "Tragedy of Chabot"
Irving Ribner
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332-344
Suckling and Davenant Satirized by Brome
R. J. Kaufmann
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345-350
Théophile Gautier's Architectural Tastes
Gerald W. Spink
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351-358
"Les Faux-Monnayeurs": The Theme of Responsibility
Philip Thody
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359-370
Dante's "Canzone Montanina"
Colin Hardie
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371-391
A Reason for the Inadequacy of the Romantic "Kunstballade"
Gillian Rodger
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392-398
The First Performances of Friedrich Hebbel's "Genoveva" and "Nibelungen" Dramas, and Their Connexion with Ernst Raupach's Dramas on the Same Subjects
Jean M. Leaver
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399-410
Some Personal Aspects of Johannes Jørgensen's Prose Writings
W. Glyn Jones
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411-414
Miscellaneous Notes: As Dew in Aprille
Barbara C. Raw
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414-417
A Note on Villon's "Ballade des Seigneurs du Temps Jadis"
John P. Fox
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417-418
Flaubert and Baudelaire: An Echo of "Une Charogne" in "Bouvard et Pecuchet"?
C. B. West
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419-422
Some Unpublished Documents concerning Espronceda's Exile in France
Margaret A. Williams
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423-425
Review of Fritz Ernst, Kurt Wais, Forschungsprobleme der Vergleichenden Literaturgeschichte II Folge
R. Peacock
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425-427
Review of A. G. Brodeur, The Art of Beowulf
Phyllis Hodgson
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428
Review of Peter Goolden, The Old English Apollonius of Tyre
E. G. Stanley
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429
Review of Rossell Hope Robbins, Historical Poems of the XIVth and XVth Centuries
Rita Wilson
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430-431
Review of John P. Cutts, Seventeenth Century Songs and Lyrics
MacDonald Emslie
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431-432
Review of Mary E. Burton, Mary Wordsworth, The Letters of Mary Wordsworth 1800-1855
Edith C. Batho
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432-433
Review of E. W. Bovill, The England of Nimrod and Surtees, 1815-1854
T. R. Henn
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433-436
Review of J. Hillis Miller, Charles Dickens. The World of His Novels
Barbara Hardy
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436-437
Review of Felix Aylmer, Dickens Incognito
K. J. Fielding
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437-438
Review of J. M. S. Tompkins, The Art of Rudyard Kipling
C. J. Sisson
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438-439
Review of F. J. E. Raby, The Oxford Book of Medieval Latin Verse
R. Weiss
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439-440
Review of Gunnar Tilander, Mélanges d'Etymologie Cynégétique
Roy Harris
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440-441
Review of Robert de Dardel, Le parfait fort en roman commun
Geoffrey Mellor
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441-443
Review of A. G. Hatcher, K. L. Selig, Studia Philologica et Litteraria in honorem L. Spitzer
R. A. Sayce
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443
Review of Charity Cannon Willard, The 'Livre de la Paix' of Christine de Pisan
H. P. Clive
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444-445
Review of Mathurin Régnier, Mathurin Régnier. Œuvres complètes
R. A. Sayce
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445-446
Review of Théophile de Viau, Jeanne Streicher, Œuvres poétiques, seconde et troisième parties
A. J. Steele
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446-447
Review of Molière, W. D. Howarth, Dom Juan, ou le Festin de Pierre
W. H. Barber
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447-448
Review of Margaret Gilman, The Idea of Poetry in France, from Houdar de la Motte to Baudelaire
A. J. Steele
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448-449
Review of Renée Waldinger, Voltaire and Reform in the Light of the French Revolution
W. H. Barber
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449-451
Review of Peter Gay, Voltaire's Politics. The Poet as Realist
W. G. Moore
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451
Review of Marc Chadourne, Restif de la Bretonne ou Le Siècle Prophétique
R. Niklaus
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452-453
Review of Herbert J. Hunt, Balzac's Comédie Humaine
W. G. Moore
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453-454
Review of D. G. Charlton, Positivist Thought in France during the Second Empire 1852-1870
Colin Smith
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454-456
Review of Gardner Davies, Mallarmé et le Drame Solaire, essai d'exégèse raisonnée
Peter Jones
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456-457
Review of Pietro Rebora, F. M. Guercio, A. L. Hayward, Italian Dictionary (Italian-English, English-Italian)
A. Calma
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457-458
Review of Miragres de Santiago
E. S. Procter
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