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English Literature

PR125-137 Relations to other literatures

DOWDEN, EDWARD. The French revolution and English literature; lectures delivered in connec­tion with the sesquicentennial celebration of Princeton University. New York, Scribner, 1897. 285 p. 12-31930

GEEEN, FREDERICK CHARLES. Minuet; a criti­cal survey of French and English literary ideas in the eighteenth century. London, Dent, 1935. 489 p. A35-1287

HEPPENSTALL, RAYNER. The fourfold tradition; notes on the French and English literatures, with some ethnological and historical asides. Norfolk, Conn., New Directions, 1961. 280 p. 61-11486

LEE, Sir SIDNEY. The French renaissance in England; an account of the literary relations of England and France in the sixteenth century. Ox­ford, Clarendon, 1910. 494 p. A10-2225

MINER, EARL ROY. The Japanese tradition in British and American literature. Princeton, Princeton Univ., 1958. 312 p. 57-11934

MOURGUES, ODETTE DE. Metaphysical, baroque & pre"cieux poetry. Oxford, Clarendon, 1953. 184 p. 54-495

PRAZ, MARIO . The flaming heart; essays on Crashaw, Machiavelli, and other studies in the relations between Italian and English literature from Chaucer to T. S. Eliot. Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, 1958. 390 p. 58-5952

SELLS, ARTHUR LYTTON. The Italian influence in English poetry, from Chaucer to Southwell. Bloomington, Indiana Univ., 1955. 346 p. 55-62104

SPENCER, TERENCE JOHN BEW. Fair Greece.' Sad relic; literary philhellemsm from Shakespeare to Byron. London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1954. 312 p. 54-3210rev

STARKIE, ENID. From Gautier to Eliot, the influence of France on English literature, 1851-1939. London, Hutchinson University library, 1962. 236 p. 60-3952rev

THOMSON, JAMES ALEXANDER KERR. The classical background of English literature. Lon­don, Allen & Unwin, 1950. 272 p. (48-3720)

THOMSON, JAMES ALEXANDER KERR. Classical influences on English prose. London, Allen & Unwin, 1956. 303 p. 56-3219

TILLYARD, EUSTACE MANDEVILLE WETENHALL. The English epic and its back­ground. New York, Oxford Univ. Press, 1954. 548 p. 54-9649

PR140-151 Special topics

BLUNDEN, EDMUND CHARLES. English scientists as men of letters. Hong Kong, Hong Kong Univ., 1961. 11 p. 62-3324

BOYCE, BENJAMIN. The polemic character, 1640-1661; a chapter in English literary history. Lincoln, Univ. of Nebraska, 1955. 160 p. 55-8932

BOYCE, BENJAMIN. The Theophrastan character in England to 1642. Cambridge, Harvard Univ., 1947. 324 p. 47-11682

CARROLL, WILLIAM MEREDITH, Animal conventions in English Renaissance non-religious prose, 1550-1600. New York, Bookman, 1954. 166 p. 54-8079

COVENEY, PETER. Poor monkey; the child in literature. London, Rockliff, 1957. 297 p. A58-3270

EMPSON, WILLIAM. Some versions of pastoral. Norfolk, Conn., New Directions, 1950. 298 p. A52-1182

FAIRCHILD, HOXIE NEALE. The noble savage; a study in romantic naturalism. New York, Russell & Russell, 1961. 535 p. 61-12130

GLECKNER, ROBERT F. and ENSCOE, GERALD E., eds. Romanticism; points of view. Englewood Cliffs, N. J., Prentice-Hall, 1962. 259 p. 62-12832

MAAR, HARKO GERRIT DE. A history of modern English romanticism. Vol. I. Elizabethan and modern romanticism in the eighteenth century. New York, Oxford Univ. Press, 1924. 246 p. 25-7404rev2

MACAULAY, ROSE. Some religious elements in English literature. London, L. & V. Woolf, 1931. 160 p. 31-19794

ROSENBERG, EDGAR. From Shylock to Svengali; Jewish stereotypes in English fiction. Stanford, Calif., Stanford Univ., 1960. 388 p. 60-8560

SCHOFIELD, WILLIAM HENRY. Chivalry in English literature: Chaucer, Malory, Spenser and Shakespeare. Cambridge, Harvard Univ., 1912. 294 p. 12-28468

TILLYARD, EUSTACE MANDEVILLE WETENHALL. Some mythical elements in English literature. London, Chatto & Windus, 1961. 142 p. A61-4350

VINES, SHERARD. The course of English classi­cism. New York, Harcourt, Brace, 1930. 160 p. 30-13524

PR166-236 Anglo-Saxon literature

ANDERSON, GEORGE KUMLER. The literature of the Anglo-Saxons. New York, Russell & Rus­sell, 1962, c!949. 431 p. 61-13776

EARLE, JOHN. Anglo-Saxon literature. New York, Young, 1884. 262 p. 11-17985

", BERNARD FELIX. Doctrine and poetry; Augustine's influence on old English poetry. Albany, State Univ. of New York, 1959. 248 p. 59-7529

KENNEDY, CHARLES WILLIAMS. The earliest English poetry, a critical survey of the poetry written before the Norman conquest. New York, Oxford Univ. Press, 1943. 375 p. 43-16008

SCHLAUCH, MARGARET. English medieval literature and its social foundations. Warszawa, Parfstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, 1956. 366 p. A57-5221

SISAM, KENNETH. Studies in the history of Old English literature. Oxford, Clarendon, 1962. 3 14 p. (53-1429)

WARDALE, EDITH ELIZABETH. Chapters on Old English literature. London, Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1935. 310 p. 35-18823

ZESMER, DA VXD M. Guide to English literature from Beowulf through Chaucer and medieval drama. New York, Barnes & Noble, 1961. 397 p. 61-9978

PR251-369 Medieval, Middle English

BENNETT, HENRY STANLEY. Chaucer and the fifteenth century. Oxford, Clarendon, 1958. 326 p. (48-4950)

CHAMBERS, Sir EDMUND KERCHEVER. English literature at the close of the Middle Ages. Oxford, Clarendon, 1947. 247 p. 48-11011

EVERETT, DOROTHY. Essays on Middle English literature. Oxford, Clarendon, 1959. 179 p. (55-14701)

KANE, GEORGE. Middle English literature; a critical study of the romances, the religious lyrics, Piers Plowman. London, Methuen, 1951. 252 p. A52-2968

KEEN, MAURICE HUGH. The outlaws of medieval legend. Toronto, Univ. of Toronto, 1961. 235 p. 61-65053rev

KER, WILLIAM PATON. Medieval English liter­ature. London, Oxford Univ., 1962. 192 p. (33-20909)

LEGGE, MARY DOMINICA. Anglo-Norman in the cloisters; the influence of the orders upon Anglo-Norman literature. Edinburgh, Univ. Press, 1950. 147 p. 51-7727

LEGGE, MARY DOMINICA. Anglo-Norman litera­ture and its background. Oxford, Clarendon, 1963. 389 p. 64-880

LOOMS, LAURA ALANDIS (HIBBARD). Mediae­val romance in England, a study of the sources and analogues of the noncyclic metrical romances. Newed. New York, B. Franklin, 1963. 350 p. (60-3721)

MANNING, STEPHEN. Wisdom and number; toward a critical appraisal of the Middle English religious lyric. Lincoln, Univ. of Nebraska, 1962. 194 p. 62-7871

MOORE, ARTHUR KEISTER. The secular lyric in Middle English. Lexington, Univ. of Kentucky,

1951. 255 p. 51-4986

OWINGS, MARVIN ALPHEUS. The arts in the Middle English romances. New York, Bookman,

1952. 204 p. 52-12477

OWST, GERALD ROBERT. Literature and pulpit in medieval England; a neglected chapter in the history of English letters & of the English people. 2d rev. ed. New York, Barnes & Noble, 1961. 614 p. 61-66644

PENNSYLVANIA. UNIVERSITY. Studies in medi­eval literature. Ed. by MacEdward Leach. Philadelphia, Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1961. 344 p. 61-15274

SCHOFIELD, WILLIAM HENRY. English litera­ture, from the Norman conquest to Chaucer. New York, Macmillan, 1906. 500'p. 6-36418 SPEIRS, JOHN. Medieval English poetry: the non-Chaucerian tradition. London, Faber & Faber, 1958. 406 p. (57-59137)

WELLS, JOHN EDWIN. A manual of the writings in Middle English, 1050-1400. New Haven, Yale Univ. , 1916. 941 p. & supps. 16-12265


English literature. London, Methuen, 1939. 309 p.



literature of medieval England. London, Methuen,

1952. 272 p. 53-3425

WORKMAN, SAMUEL KLINGER. Fifteenth century translation as an influence on English prose., Princeton, Princeton Univ. , 1940. 219 p. 40-12184


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