Studies in language and literature / edited, with a foreword, by George R. Coffman ...


Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, 1945.

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Subjects Philology.
Series University of North Carolina (1793-1962). Sesquicentennial publications.
Description viii, 344 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1945.
Notes First issued as numbers 3, volume XLII (1945) of Studies in philology as its contribution to the sesquicentennial celebration of the University of North Carolina. The contributors are members of the graduate staff of the departments of language and literature. compare Foreword.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The history of Studies in philology / William M. Dey -- American literature a hundred and fifty years ago / Gregory Paine -- Trends in Greek and Latin studies / B.L. Ullman -- The date of the Hellenic alphabet: literary and epigraphical evidence / J. Penrose Harland -- Sophocles: mere conservative or true see-r? / Preston H. Epps -- Comparative literature: past and future, American colleges and universities / Urban T. Holmes -- Switzerland's contribution to the international appreciation of Dante Alighieri / Werner Paul Friederich -- Changes of emphasis in linguistics with particular reference to Paul and Bloomfield / George S. Lane -- The development of folklore in a university / R.S. Boggs -- The untilled field of Proverbs / Richard Jente -- Recent scholarship of the English Renaissance: a brief survey / Hardin Craig -- Shakespeare's use of the idea of the beast in man / George Coffin Taylor -- "To make a milde construction": the significance of the opening stanzas of Muiopotmos / William Wells -- Jonson's "Execration" and Chapman's "Invective": their place in their authors' rivalry / Robert Boies Sharpe -- Sir Thomas Brown as wit and humorist / A.C. Howell -- The Spectator: two notes / Richmond P. Bond -- Tristram Shandy and the technique of the novel / H.K. Russell -- Byron and the ballad / A.P. Hudson -- Notes on dramatic criticism in Madrid: 1828-1833 / Nicholson B. Adams -- Wordsworth's 1835 "Postscript:" an advanced program for labor / Earl H. Hartsell -- The formal short story in France and its development before 1850 / Alfred G. Engstrom -- Thoreau's sources for "Resistance to civil government" / Raymond Adams -- Theodor Storm's Personifications / Frederic Edward Coenen -- Hardy's "Imbedded fossil" / J.O. Bailey -- Leopardi and The city of dreadful night / Lyman A. Cotten -- The dialect of up-state New York: a study of folk-speech in two works of Marietta Holley / E.E. Ericson -- Reading and understanding / H.R. Huse -- Latin American literature in the United States: retrospect and prospect / Sturgis E. Leavitt.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2036136
(OCoLC)ocm02036136
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WorldCat Identities Coffman, George Raleigh, 1880-1958,
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