Essays in American and English literature presented to Bruce Robert McElderry, Jr. Edited by Max F. Schulz, with William T. Templeman and Charles R. Metzger.

; Metzger, Charles Reid, 1921- ; Schulz, Max F ; Templeman, William Darby, 1903-
Athens, Ohio University Press [1967] .

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Other Authors McElderry, Bruce Robert, 1900-
Metzger, Charles Reid, 1921-
Schulz, Max F.
Templeman, William Darby, 1903-
Subjects American literature -- History and criticism.
English literature -- History and criticism.
Description xiv, 334 p. port. 22 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents American literature: Melville's "geniality," by M. M. Sealts, Jr. Mark Twain's search for identity, by J. C. Gerber. Walt Whitman and civil rights, by O. Cargill. Henry Adams and the gossip mills, by E. Samuels. Hamlin Garland's A son of the middle border; autobiography as art, by D. Pizer. Popular taste in 1899; Booth Tarkington's first novel, by J. L. Woodress, Jr. Europe as catalyst for Thomas Wolfe, by C. H. Holman.--English literature: Current and recurrent fallacies in Chaucer criticism, by M. Thompson. The morality of farce; The taming of the shrew, by I. Ribner. The action of Samson Agonistes, by F. Fogle. Milton's "Exalted man," by M. W. Bundy. Rhetorical patterns in restoration prologues and epilogues, by E. L. Avery. Image vs. abstraction; Coleridge vs. Pope and the tests of poetry, by H. R. Warfel. The key poem of the Victorian Age, by L. Stevenson. Browning's debt to Meredith in James Lee's wife, by F. E. Faverty. Two fires at Max Gate, by C. J. Weber.--Selected list of the scholarly publications of Bruce Robert McElderry, Jr. (p. [327]-334)
Geographic Area Great Britain
United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00269488
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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