Yearbook of English Studies 6

Edited by G. K. Hunter and C. J. Rawson

Yearbook of English Studies 6

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 1976  •  350pp

ISBN: 0-900547-43-X (paperback)

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Contents:

1-4
The Sections in Old English Poetry
David Wells
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5-15
The Uses of the Past in 'Sir Orfeo'
Felicity Riddy
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16-25
The Morality of 'The Merchant's Tale'
J. D. Burnley
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26-37
'Troilus and Criseyde' and 'Romeo and Juliet'
Ann Thompson
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38-40
Jan Kott's 'Lucian in Cymbeline'
Karl Haffenreffer
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41-52
Abraham Cowley's 'Brutus': Royalist or Republican?
T. R. Langley
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53-62
A Reading of 'Absalom and Achitophel'
Ken Robinson
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63-69
Notes on Swift's Proverb Lore
W. B. Carnochan
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70-79
The Twickenham 'Homer' and the Matter of Parallels
Arthur Sherbo
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80-91
Samuel Johnson's Text of 'King Lear': 'Dull Duty' Reassessed
Shirley White Johnston
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92-100
'Satirical Landscape': Churchill and Crabbe
D. W. Jefferson
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101-112
The Mirror and the Lute: Wordsworth's Fine Art of Poetic Auscultation
William C. Stephenson
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113-119
Ultimate Affirmation: A Critical Analysis of Wordsworth's Sonnet, 'Composed upon Westminster Bridge', and the Image of the City in 'The Prelude'
Harvey Peter Sucksmith
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120-140
Scott and the Highlanders: The Non-Fictional Evidence
Robert S. C. Gordon
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141-143
The Source of Coleridge's 'Imitated from the Welsh'
Arthur Johnston
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144-155
Byron, Dickens, Tennyson, and the Monstrous Efts
Susan Shatto
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156-175
John Camden Hotten and Emerson's Uncollected Essays
Dennis Welland
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176-193
'North and South': Varieties of Love and Power
John Pikoulis
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194-201
The Governess's Feelings and the Argument from Textual Revision of 'The Turn of the Screw'
David Timms
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202
Review of James Thorpe, The Use of Manuscripts in Literary Research: Problems of Access and Literary Property Rights
K. W. Humphreys
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202-204
Review of Randolph Quirk, The Linguist and the English Language
Simeon Potter
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204-206
Review of Gerald Prince, A Grammar of Stories: An Introduction
Cristopher Nash
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207-208
Review of Arne Zettersten, A Critical Facsimile Edition of Thomas Batchelor, 'An Orthoëpical Analysis of the English Language' and 'An Orthoëpical Analysis of the Dialect of Bedfordshire' (1809). Part I
Simeon Potter
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208
Review of Willy Elmer, The Terminology of Fishing: A Survey of English and Welsh Inshore-Fishing Things and Words
T. R. Henn
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208-209
Review of P. S. Jolliffe, A Check-List of Middle English Prose Writings of Spiritual Guidance
Anne Hudson
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209-210
Review of Peter Rickard, Alan Deyermond, Peter King, David Blamires, Michael Lapidge, Derek Brewer, Medieval Comic Tales
Gloria Cigman
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210-211
Review of Beryl Rowland, Chaucer and Middle English Studies in Honour of Rossell Hope Robbins
Rita Wilson
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211-213
Review of Jerome Mitchell, William Provost, Chaucer the Love Poet
Derek Pearsall
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213-214
Review of Stephen Knight, Rymyng Craftily: Meaning in Chaucer's Poetry
Stanley Hussey
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214-215
Review of Stephen Knight, The Poetry of the Canterbury Tales
Derek Pearsall
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216-217
Review of Claus Uhlig, Chaucer und die Armut: Zum Prinzip der kontextuellen Wahrheit in den 'Canterbury Tales'
Derek Pearsall
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217
Review of Götz Schmitz, The Middel Weie. Stil- und Aufbauformen in John Gowers 'Confessio Amantis'
Rita Wilson
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217-218
Review of R. M. Lumiansky, David Mills, The Chester Mystery Cycle
A. C. Cawley
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218-219
Review of J. A. B. Somerset, Four Tudor Interludes
Catherine Belsey
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220-221
Review of Patricia Thomson, Wyatt: The Critical Heritage
Maurice Evans
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222-223
Review of Humphrey Tonkin, Spenser's Courteous Pastoral: Book Six of the 'Faerie Queene'
David R. Shore
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223-225
Review of Patrick Cullen, Infernal Triad: The Flesh, the World, and the Devil in Spenser and Milton
Mary Ann Radzinowicz
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225-227
Review of J. G. Nichols, The Poetry of Sir Philip Sidney: An Interpretation in the Context of His Life and Times
R. F. Hill
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227-228
Review of S. Schoenbaum, Alan C. Dessen, Renaissance Drama. New Series, 5 (1972): Essays Principally on Comedy
J. A. B. Somerset
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229
Review of Mathilde Benedukt, Bild und Bedeutung in der elisabethanischen Tragödie zwischen 1550 und 1600
Werner Habicht
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230-231
Review of Hans-Joachim Hermes, Die Lieder im anonymen englischen Renaissance-Drama, 1580-1603
Dieter Mehl
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231-232
Review of Charlotte N. Clay, The Role of Anxiety in English Tragedy, 1580-1642
Gordon Williams
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232-233
Review of M. L. Wine, The Tragedy of Master Arden of Faversham
Douglas Sedge
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234
Review of Irving Ribner, Christopher Marlowe's 'Tamburlaine' Part One and Part Two: Text and Major Criticism
J. C. Maxwell
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235-236
Review of Claude J. Summers, Christopher Marlowe and the Politics of Power
Roma Gill
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236-238
Review of Geoffrey Bullough, Narrative and Dramatic Sources of Shakespeare. Volume Eight: Romances
Kenneth Muir
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238-239
Review of Milton Crane, Shakespeare's Art: Seven Essays
Philip Edwards
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239-240
Review of Patrick Swinden, An Introduction to Shakespeare's Comedies
Ernest Schanzer
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240
Review of Jörg Hasler, Shakespeare's Theatrical Notation: The Comedies
John Russell Brown
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241
Review of Gino J. Matteo, Shakespeare's Othello: The Study and the Stage, 1604-1904
Kenneth Muir
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241-242
Review of Arthur G. Davis, The Royalty of Lear
S. P. Zitner
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242-244
Review of Brian Vickers, Shakespeare: The Critical Heritage. Volume One: 1623-1692
G. Bullough
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244-245
Review of Ben Jonson, Alvin B. Kernan, F. H. Mares, The Alchemist
R. B. Parker
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246-247
Review of William Blissett, Julian Patrick, R. W. Van Fossen, A Celebration of Ben Jonson
J. B. Bamborough
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247-248
Review of Marilyn L. Johnson, Images of Women in the Works of Thomas Heywood
Juliet Dusinberre
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248-250
Review of Florence Ali, Opposing Absolutes: Conviction and Convention in John Ford's Plays
Peter Davison
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250-251
Review of Everard Guilpin, D. Allen Carroll, Skialetheia, or a Shadow of Truth, in Certaine Epigrams and Satires
John Buxton
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251-253
Review of Gerald Hammond, The Metaphysical Poets: A Casebook
Donald L. Guss
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253-255
Review of Murray Roston, The Soul of Wit: A Study of John Donne
Joan Grundy
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255-256
Review of John Taylor, Iohn Taylor, All the Workes of Iohn Taylor the Water-Poet (1630)
Arthur Colby Sprague
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256-257
Review of Robert H. Deming, Ceremony and Art: Robert Herrick's Poetry
Robert Wilcher
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258-259
Review of A. Leigh Deneef, 'This Poetick Liturgie': Robert Herrick's Ceremonial Mode
Paulina Palmer
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259-260
Review of H. F. Lippincott, Nicholas Le Strange, 'Merry Passages and Jeasts': A Manuscript Notebook of Sir Nicholas Le Strange (1603-1655)
J. A. B. Somerset
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260-261
Review of Ted-Larry Pebworth, Claude J. Summers, Owen Felltham, The Poems of Owen Felltham, 1604?-1668
T. R. Langley
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262-263
Review of David Shelley Berkeley, Inwrought with Figures Dim: A Reading of Milton's 'Lycidas'
Joseph Anthony Wittreich Jr.
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264-265
Review of George R. Guffey, Andrew Marvell, A Concordance to the English Poems of Andrew Marvell
Robert Wilcher
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265-266
Review of A. E. Dyson, The English Novel: Select Bibliographical Guides
Sheila M. Smith
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266-267
Review of Michael W. Alssid, Dryden's Rhymed Heroic Tragedies: A Critical Study of the Plays and of Their Place in Dryden's Poetry
William Myers
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267-269
Review of John Adlard, The Debt to Pleasure: John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, in the Eyes of His Contemporaries and in His Own Poetry and Prose
David M. Vieth
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269-270
Review of Thomas Southerne, The Wive's Excuse; Or, Cuckolds Make Themselves
James Leach
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270-272
Review of Paul Fritz, David Williams, The Triumph of Culture: Eighteenth-Century Perspectives
G. S. Rousseau
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273-275
Review of Leon Guilhamet, The Sincere Ideal: Studies on Sincerity in Eighteenth-Century English Literature
Donald Greene
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275-278
Review of Richard Gravil, Swift, 'Gulliver's Travels': A Casebook
Colin J. Horne
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278-281
Review of Colley Cibber, Maureen Sullivan, Three Sentimental Comedies (Love's Last Shift; The Careless Husband; The Lady's Last Stake
Peter Lewis
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282-283
Review of Mark Kinkead-Weekes, Samuel Richardson: Dramatic Novelist
Andrew Wright
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283-285
Review of Elizabeth Bergen Brophy, Samuel Richardson: The Triumph of Craft
Margaret Anne Doody
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286
Review of Donald A. Low, Robert Burns: The Critical Heritage
James Kinsley
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286-287
Review of Harold Orel, English Romantic Poets and the Enlightenment: Nine Essays on a Literary Relationship
Geoffrey Carnall
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287-288
Review of Raymond Benoit, Single Nature's Double Name: The Collectedness of the Conflicting in British and American Romanticism
Richard Gravil
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288
Review of Wordsworth Circle, W. J. B. Owen, Wordsworth's Literary Criticism
J. C. Maxwell
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289
Review of Alan Bell, Scott Bicentenary Essays: Selected Papers Read at the Sir Walter Scott Bicentenary Conference
James Kinsley
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289-290
Review of Lars Hartveit, Dream within a Dream: A Thematic Approach to Scott's Vision of Fictional Reality
Andrew Hook
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290-293
Review of John Beer, Coleridge's Variety: Bicentenary Studies
J. H. Alexander
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293-294
Review of Patricia Beer, 'Reader, I Married Him': A Study of the Women Characters of Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, Elizabeth Gaskell, and George Eliot
Tom Winnifrith
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294-296
Review of Stuart M. Tave, Some Words of Jane Austen
Andrew Wright
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296-297
Review of Joseph A. Kestner, III, Jane Austen: Spatial Structure of Thematic Variations
Margaret Anne Doody
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297-298
Review of William H. Hildebrand, Shelley's Polar Paradise: A Reading of 'Prometheus Unbound'
P. H. Butter
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298-300
Review of Maurice-Paul Gautier, Captain Frederick Marryat: L'Homme et l'œuvre
Sylvère Monod
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300
Review of Mark Storey, The Poetry of John Clare: A Critical Introduction
John D. Jump
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300-302
Review of Robert Bernard Martin, The Triumph of Wit: A Study of Victorian Comic Theory
Stuart M. Tave
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302-303
Review of Egbert Faas, Poesie als Psychogramm: Die dramatisch-monologische Verdichtung im viktorianischen Zeitalter
John Rignall
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303-304
Review of John Clubbe, Two Reminiscences of Thomas Carlyle
Peter Faulkner
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305-306
Review of Merton M. Sealts, Jr., The Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Volume Ten: 1847-1848
Carl Bode
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306-308
Review of John Carey, The Violent Effigy: A Study of Dickens' Imagination
Harvey Peter Sucksmith
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308-310
Review of Anne Lohrli, 'Household Words': A Weekly Journal, 1850-1859, Conducted by Charles Dickens. Table of Contents, List of Contributors and Their Contributions, Based on the 'Household Words' Office Book in the Morris L. Parrish Collection of Victorian Novelists, Princeton
K. J. Fielding
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310-312
Review of Isobel Armstrong, Robert Browning
J. L. Bradley
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312-313
Review of Ian Jack, Browning's Major Poetry
John F. Hulcoop
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313-314
Review of J. R. Watson, Browning, 'Men and Women' and Other Poems: A Casebook
Philip Drew
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315
Review of Miriam Allott, The Brontës: The Critical Heritage
Arthur Pollard
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316-317
Review of Marc Reboul, Charles Kingsley: La Formation d'une personnalité et son affirmation littéraire (1819-1850)
Sylvère Monod
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317-318
Review of Joseph Flibbert, Melville and the Art of Burlesque
Hershel Parker
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318-319
Review of Norman Page, Wilkie: Collins: The Critical Heritage
K. J. Fielding
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319-321
Review of John Emerson Todd, Emily Dickinson's Use of the Persona
Richard Kuhns
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322-323
Review of Kathleen Blake, Play, Games, and Sport: The Literary Works of Lewis Carroll
Jenny Mezciems
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323-324
Review of Frank Miller Turner, Between Science and Religion: The Reaction to Scientific Naturalism in Late Victorian England
Ian Ousby
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324-325
Review of Colin Smythe, Lady Gregory, Seventy Years: Being the Autobiography of Lady Gregory
Phillip L. Marcus
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326-327
Review of J. L. Wisenthal, The Marriage of Contraries: Bernard Shaw's Middle Plays
Kenneth Muir
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327-328
Review of David Thorburn, Conrad's Romanticism
W. T. Andrews
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328-329
Review of Adalaide Kirby Morris, Wallace Stevens: Imagination and Faith
Allan Rodway
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329-330
Review of Sandra Djwa, E. J. Pratt: The Evolutionary Vision
John Ferns
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330-331
Review of Mowbray Allan, T. S. Eliot's Impersonal Theory of Poetry
D. E. S. Maxwell
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331-333
Review of Joseph W. Reed, Jr., Faulkner's Narrative; François Pitavy, Gillian E. Cook, Faulkner's 'Light in August'
B. R. Harding
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333-335
Review of Carlos Baker, Hemingway: The Writer as Artist
B. R. Harding
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335-336
Review of Pierre Michel, James Gould Cozzens
D. E. S. Maxwell
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336-338
Review of Richard Johnson, Man's Place: An Essay on Auden
Edward Mendelson
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338-340
Review of Philip Gardner, Norman Nicholson
Edward Lowbury
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340
Review of Robert Phillips, Denton Welch
K. W. Gransden
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