Studies in English drama. First series. By John Linton Carver, Allison Gaw [and others] ... Edited by Allison Gaw, with an introductory note by Felix E. Schelling.

[Philadelphia] University of Pennsylvania; New York, D. Appleton and Company, agents, 1917.

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Subjects English drama -- History and criticism.
Series Publications of the University of Pennsylvania. Series in philology and literature ; v. 14
Description xi, 284 p. 20 cm.
Notes Essays which were originally introductions to critical editions of plays accepted in partial fulfilment of the degree of doctor of philosophy in the University of Pennsylvania. cf. p. vi.
Contents Tuke's Adventures of five hours, in relation to the "Spanish plot" and to John Dryden, by A. Gaw.--Heywood's Fair maid of the west, by R. Jewell.--The valiant Scot, "by J.W.," by J.L. Carver.--Sir Ralph Freeman's Imperiale, by C.C. Gumm.--The Cenci story in literature and in fact, by C. Stratton.--Function and content of the prologue, chorus, and other non-organic elements in English drama, from the beginnings to 1642, by Martha G. McCaulley.--Bibliography (p. 259-267)
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