One Hundred Years of MLR
General and Comparative Studies

Modern Language Review 100.S

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 2005  •  288pp

ISBN: 978-1-904350-45-3 (paperback)

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To celebrate the centenary of Modern Language Review the MHRA published a supplement to Vol. 100, containing a selection of notable articles on general and comparative topics from past volumes, together with three new essays contributed by eminent scholars. The supplement was published as open access, and the articles can be read by clicking on the PDF links below.

Contents:

1-4

'The Modern Language Review': The First Hundred Years
Malcolm Cook
doi:10.2307/3738147

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5-18

The Future of Comparative Literature
H. V. Routh
doi:10.2307/3738148

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19-37

On the Excellence of the 'Hildebrandslied': A Comparative Study in Dynamics
A. T. Hatto
doi:10.2307/3738149

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38-50

Sugar and Spice and All Things Nice: From Oriental Bazar to English Cloister in Anglo-French
William Rothwell
doi:10.2307/3738150

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51-61

The First French and English Translations of Sir Thomas More's 'Utopia'
Reed Edwin Peggram
doi:10.2307/3738151

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62-74

Some New Light on 'L'Écossaise' of Antoine de Montchrétien
Frances A. Yates
doi:10.2307/3738152

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75-90

Italian Influence on the English Court Masque
Enid Welsford
doi:10.2307/3738153

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91-104

Cervantes, Freud, and Psychoanalytic Narrative Theory
E. C. Riley
doi:10.2307/3738154

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105-114

The Knowledge of Shakespeare on the Continent at the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century
J. G. Robertson
doi:10.2307/3738155

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115-133

Lucretius in Eighteenth-Century Germany. With a Commentary on Goethe's 'Metamorphose der Tiere'
H. B. Nisbet
doi:10.2307/3738156

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134-146

The Presidential Address of the Modern Humanities Research Association, 1996: 'Ma in Spagna son già mille e tre': On Opera and Literature
Colin Smith
doi:10.2307/3738157

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147-152

N. M. Karamzin and Barthélemy's 'Voyage du jeune Anacharsis'
A. G. Cross
doi:10.2307/3738158

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153-170

Carlyle's Apprenticeship: His Early German Criticism and His Relationship with Goethe (1822-1832)
Rosemary D. Ashton
doi:10.2307/3738159

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171-190

Baudelaire and Catherine Crowe
G. T. Clapton
doi:10.2307/3738160

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191-199

George Eliot's 'Adam Bede' and Tolstoy's Conception of 'Anna Karenina'
W. Gareth Jones
doi:10.2307/3738161

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200-209

The Presidential Address of the Modern Humanities Research Association, 1972: A Year's Work in the Seventies
Carlo Dionisotti
doi:10.2307/3738162

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210-221

Rilke and Tolstoy
E. M. Butler
doi:10.2307/3738163

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222-234

Joseph Conrad's Polyglot Wordplay
Sylvère Monod
doi:10.2307/3738164

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235-245

The Early Reception of Miguel de Unamuno in England, 1907-1939
David Callahan
doi:10.2307/3738165

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246-254

Bulgakov and Cervantes
Peter Doyle
doi:10.2307/3738166

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255-268

The Rhetoric of Translation
Peter France
doi:10.2307/3738167

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269-280

The Public Humanities
John Frow
doi:10.2307/3738168

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Bibliography entry:

One Hundred Years of MLR: General and Comparative Studies (supplement to Modern Language Review, 100 (2005))

First footnote reference: 35 One Hundred Years of MLR: General and Comparative Studies (supplement to Modern Language Review, 100 (2005)), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 , p. 47.

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Bibliography entry:

One Hundred Years of MLR: General and Comparative Studies (supplement to Modern Language Review, 100)

Example citation: ‘A quotation occurring on page 21 of this work’ ( 2005: 21).

Example footnote reference: 35 2005: 21.

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