Studies in seventeenth-century French literature / presented to Morris Bishop.

; Bishop, Morris, 1893-1973
Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, [1962] .

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Other Authors Bishop, Morris, 1893-1973.
Subjects Bishop, Morris, 1893-
Bishop, Morris, 1893-1973.
French literature -- 17th century.
French literature.
Littérature française -- 17e siècle -- Anthologies.
Description viii, 269 pages : portrait ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Common-sense remarks on the French baroque, by H. Peyre.--Malherbe and his influence, by P.A. Wadsworth.--Saint-Amant, le poête sauvé des eaux, by A. Seznec.--Corneille's Horace: a study in tragic and artistic ambivalence, by L.E. Harvey.--Attila redivivus, by G. May.--Pascal's sophistry and the sin of poesy, by J.-J. Demorest.--Human nature and institutions in Molière's plots, by J. Doolittle.--Futility and self-deception in Le misanthrope, by J.D. Hubert.--"Les yeux de César": the language of vision in Britannicus, by J. Brody.--Ariosto and La Fontaine: a literary affinity, by J.C. Lapp.--L'art poétique: "Long-temps plaire, et jamais ne lasser," by N. Edelman.--The literary arts of Longinus and Boileau, by H.M. Davidson.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)338998
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WorldCat Identities Demorest, Jean-Jacques,
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