South Atlantic studies for Sturgis E. Leavitt. Edited by Thomas B. Stroup and Sterling A. Stoudemire.

; Stroup, Thomas B. (Thomas Bradley), 1903- editor ; Stoudemire, Sterling A. (Sterling Aubrey), 1902-1992, editor
Washington, Scarecrow Press, 1953.

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Other Authors Stoudemire, Sterling A. 1902-1992,
Stroup, Thomas B. 1903-
Subjects Leavitt, Sturgis E. (Sturgis Elleno), 1888-1976.
Philology.
Description 215 pages portrait 22 cm
Copyright Date 1953.
Notes Erratum slip inserted.
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Vita.--Defense against neo-barbarism, by L.B. Wright.--Pitas Payas, by L.G. Moffatt.--Criticism of La Araucana by Ercilla's contemporaries, by P.T. Manchester.--Bird names in Spanish, by U.T. Holmes, Jr.--Two early Quechua-Spanish dictionaries and American Spanish pronunciation, by D.L. Canfield.--Lope de Vega and the common man, by F. Hayes.--The literary sources of El castigo del penséque of Tirso de Molina, by G.E. Wade.--Resources for research in Latin-American literature in southern libraries, by L.S. Thompson.--Some aspects of Spanish-American fiction, by J.A. Crow.--Mariano Azuela: a summing up 1873-1952, by J.E. Englekirk.--Concepts of genteel conversation in the French Renaissance, by W.L. Wiley.--The critical appreciation of Greek literature in the French Renaissance, by L.C. Stevens.--Machiavelli as poet, by A. Gilbert.--Echoing verse endings in Paradise lost, by A. Oras.--An interpretation of A psalm of life with reference to Manrique's Coplas, by R.S. Ward.--A note on Borrow's bookish dialogue, by J.E. Tilford, Jr.--The Mosaic technique in the novel, by E.W. Parks.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3637921
(OCoLC)ocm03637921
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