Elizabethan studies and other essays in honor of George F. Reynolds.

Boulder, Col. : [University of Colorado], 1945.

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Subjects Reynolds, George F. (George Fullmer), 1877-1964.
Series University of Colorado studies. Series B, Studies in the humanities ; v. 2, no. 4.
Description x, 387 pages : illustrations (facsimiles) portrait ; 26 cm.
Copyright Date 1945.
Notes "October, 1945."
Inscription (title page): "For J. G. M. August 3, 1956 from "the onlie begetter."
Contents Bibliography of the writings of George Fullmer Reynolds, 1905-1945.--The scholar as artist-interpreter, by E.A. Cross.--Two proposals for educating the emotions, by Garland Greever.--Backgrounds, and facts, by J.R. Macarthur.--Speech for the masses, by Richard Murphy.--No ivory tower, by D.H. Stevens.--Pedagogy, the Humpty Dumpty science, by Burgess Johnson.--Salvation through semantics, by G.S. McCue.--Chaucer's Cressida, by S.B. Neff.--John Gower in his most significant role, by G.R. Coffman.--The image of the new world, by H.M. Jones.--The staging of Gammer Gurton's nedle, by H.A. Watt.--Marlowe's "Now," by G.C. Taylor.--The imagery of color, light, and darkness in the poetry of Christopher Marlowe, by R.L. Hillier.--Tamburlaine and the renaissance, by Hallett Smith.--Cinthio's Epitia and Measure for measure, by R.H. Ball.--The forced gait of a shuffling nag, by J.D.A. Ogilvy.--The shrew and A shrew, by Hardin Craig.--The taming of a shrew, by T.M. Parrott.--Motivation of the inciting.
More roots for Leaves of grass, by Edna D. Romig.--"Violina" by Fitz-James O'Brien, by Francis Wolle.--A study in connotation, by Marjorie M. Kimmerle.--G.B.S., music, and Shakespearean blank verse, by E.J. West.--Art and theatre: Georg Fuchs, by Barnard Hewitt.--They build their own, by Carl Glick.--Robert Frost and the New England tradition, by C.H. Foster.--The poetics of Mr. Fearing, by C.D. Abbott.
Shakespeare and race prejudices, by Robert Withington.--The symphonic form of King Lear, by G.R. Kernodle.--The royal fletcher and the loyal Heywood, by Tucker Brooke.--A note on the date of Middleton's The family of love, with a query on the Porters' hall theatre, by Baldwin Maxwell.--Epic conventions in Paradise lost, by J.D. Spaeth.--Two broadsides on Hobbes, by Betty T. Stocks.--Preface to a bibliography of Young's Night-thoughts, by Henry Pettit.--Elizabeth Canning in print, by Lillian B. McCue.--Smollett and Garrick, by L.M. Knapp.--Edmund Burke and James Barry, by D.C. Bryant.--Some observations on the vocabulary of landscape description among the early romanticists, by Irene P. McKeehan.--"The willing suspension of disbelief," by E.L. Griggs.--Shelley's "Proposal for reform," by R.M. Smith.--Notes on the vogue of Keats, 1821-1848, by H.E. Rollins.--First American performances of some English plays, by M.S. Shockley.--The American historical novel, by E.E. Leisy.--"O, tempora! O, mores.
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