Essays in dramatic literature; the Parrott presentation volume, by pupils of Thomas Marc Parrott of Princeton University, published in his honor. Edited by Hardin Craig.

; Parrott, Thomas Marc, 1866-1960
New York, Russell & Russell [1967, 1935] .

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Other Title The Parrott presentation volume.
Other Authors Craig, Hardin, 1875-1968.
Parrott, Thomas Marc, 1866-1960.
Subjects English drama -- History and criticism.
Parrott, Thomas Marc, 1866-1960.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Description 470 p. port. 25 cm.
Notes Reprint of the 1935 edition.
--Sir Giles Mompesson and Sir Giles Overreach, by R. H. Ball.--A deep and sad passion, by D. A. Stauffer.--Milton and Euripides, by P. W. Timberlake.--The shipwreck, by W. Huse.--Henry Nevil Payne, dramatist and Jacobite conspirator, by W. Thorp.--Dryden's tagged version of Paradise lost, by P. S. Havens.--The influence of Shakespeare on Smollett, by G. M. Kahrl.--The verse lining of the First Quarto of King Lear, by E. Hubler.--Jane Bell: printer at the East end of Christ-Church, by R. Kirk.--The philosophy of Hamlet, by J. E. Baker.
Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents Thomas Marc Parrott, by J. D. Spaeth.--Published writings of Professor Parrott, by H. Clemons (p. [13]-24)--Ethics in the Jacobean drama: the case of Chapman, by H. Craig.--Early sentimental comedy, by D. C. Croissant.--Political theory in the plays of George Chapman, by C. W. Kennedy.--For Shakespeare's Hamlet, by H. Cummings.--The greatest of Elizabethan melodramas, by L. Lockert.--Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida, yet deeper in its tradition, by W. B. D. Henderson.--A note upon William Shakespeare's use of Pliny, by T. W. Baldwin.--The drama in a frontier theater, by G. R. Stewart.--The scenes as Shakespeare saw them, by T. B. Hunt.--Shakespeare's portrayal of Shylock, by H. B. Walley.--Byron's Werner re-estimated: a neglected chapter in nineteenth century stage history, by T. H. V. Motter.
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