Essays and studies in honor of Carleton Brown.
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- Physical Description: xiii, 336 p. : port ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Freeport, N.Y. : Books for Libraries Press, 
Contents / Notes
Reprint of the 1940 ed.
Carleton Brown, by P. W. Long.--Hagbard and Ingeld, by K. Malone.--The "Dream of the rood" as prosopopoela, by M. Schlauch.--Medieval windows in romantic light, by F. Tupper.--Introduction to a study of the mediaeval French drama, by G. Frank.--"Meditations on the life and passion of Christ": a note on its literary relationships, by C. D'Evelyn.--Three Chaucer notes, by H. Braddy.--The tale of Melibeus, by W. W. Lawrence.--Chaucer and the Auchinleck MS: "Thopas" and "Guy of Warwick," by L. H. Loomis.--Was Chaucer a Laodicean? By R. S. Loomis.--Some English words from the "Fasciculus morum," by F. A. Foster.--The dramatic unity of the "Secunda pastorum," by H. A. Watt.
Richard Sellyng, by A. C. Baugh.--Wynkyn de Worde and a second French compilation from the "Ancren riwle" with a description of the first (Trinity coll. Camb. MS 883), by H. E. Wllan.--Some noted on the circulation of lyric poems in sixteenth-century Italy, by W. L. Bullock.--Manuscripts of the "Islands voyage" and "Notes on the royal navy" (in relation to the printed versions in Purchas and in Ralehg's "Judicious essayes"), by H. E. Sandison.--Shakespeare remembers his youth in stratford, by C. F. T. Brooke.--Comedy versus opera in France, 1673-1700, H. C. Lancaster.--The "Memorias" of Felipe Fern'andez Vallejo and the history of the early Spanish drama, by J. E. Gillet.--Thomas Caryle and Charles Butler of Wall Street, by L. E. Kimball.--The mediaevalism of Henry Adams, by O. Cargill.--A bibliography of Carleton Brown's writings. (p.-332).
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