Modern Philology, Том 4

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University of Chicago Press, 1907
Vols. 30-54 include 1932-1956 of "Victorian bibliography," prepared by a committee of the Victorian Literature Group of the Modern Language Association of America.
 

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B BOURLAND Los Moriscos de Hornachos II
97
M SiLLs References to Dante in SeventeenthCentury Literature
99
RICHARD HOLBROOK Maître Patelin in the Gothic Editions by Pierre Levet
117
Marsh Sources and Analogues of The Flower and the Leaf
121
A Discussion of
129
SIDNEY LEE Chapmans Amorous Zodiacke
143
E P HAMMOND On the Order of the Canterbury Tales Caxtons Two Editions
159
KARL Young Chaucers Use of Boccaccios Filocolo
169
Two Notes on the Clerkes
179
FRED ALLISON Howe The Authorship of The Birth of Merlin
193
CONTENTS
206
CAMILLO VON KLENZE The Growth of Interest in Early Italian Masters
207
E P HAMMOND The Departing of Chaucer
212
RAYMOND WEEKS The Newly Discovered Chancun de Willame Part III
235
speares Hamlet
249
WILHELM CREIZENACH Der Bestrafte Brudermord and Its Relation to Shake
261
W A NITZE A New Source of the Yvain
267
PHILIP S ALLEN A Venetian FolkSong
275
E E Stoll Shakespeare Marston and the Malcontent Type
281
J Q ADAMS JR The Sources of Ben Jonsons Volpone
289
BELDEN The Ballad of Lord Bakeman
301
E J DUBEDOUT Shakespeare et Voltaire Othello et Zaïre
305
F F ABBOTT The Evolution of the Modern Forms of the Letters of Our Alphabet
307
J Q ADAMS JR Greenes Menaphon and The Thracian Wonder
317
EDITH RICKERT The Old English Offa Saga II
321
LANE COOPER The Abyssinian Paradise in Coleridge and Milton
327
WILLIAM W LAWRENCE Structure and Interpretation of Widsith
329
JOSSELYN JR An Obscure Passage in Dantes Purgatory
333
SCHOCH The Differences in the Middle English Romaunt of the Rose
339
MANLY The Lost Leaf of Piers the Plowman
359
J S P TATLOCK Chaucer and Dante
367
J P JUSSERAND Spensers Twelve Private Morall Virtues as Aristotle Hath
373
KARL D JESSEN Ein Brief Goethes
375
E A GREENLAW The Sources of Spensers Mother Hubberds Tale
411
ARTHUR R SKEMP The Transformation of Scriptural Story Motive
423
B EVANS Der Bestrafte Brudermord and Shakespeares Hamlet
433
FR KLAEBER Studies in the Textual Interpretation of Beowulf Part II
445
J E SPINGARN The Sources of Jonsons Discoveries
451
KUNO FRANCKE The Blessed Boys in Faust and Klopstock
461
F BROWN Chaucers Litel Clergeon
467
John E MATZKE The Source and Composition of Ille et Galeron
471
H S CANBY Some Comments on the Sources of Chaucers Pardoners Tale
477
FRANCIS A Wood Studies in Germanic Strong Verbs Part I
489
J A Walz Goethes Goetz von Berlichingen and Lillos History of George
493
CRITCHLOW On the Forms of Betrothal and Wedding Ceremonies in
497
AURA MILLER The Sixth Quarto of Hamlet in a New Light
501
JOSEPH BEIFUS Some Hans Sachs Discoveries
505
MARTIN SCHÜTZE Repetition of a Word as a Means of Suspense in
507
WARREN Some Features of Style in Early French Narrative Poetry Part II
513
HAMILTON Ventaille
541
B S MONROE French Words in Lazamon
559
FREDERICK TUPPER JR Riddles of the Bede Tradition
561
ERNST Voss Nachricht von J Wimpfelings Deutschland
569
BELDEN The Study of FolkSong in America
573
MANLY Literary Forms and the New Theory of the Origin
577
G F REYNOLDS Some Principles of Elizabethan Staging I
581
John W CUNLIFFE The Influence of Italian on Early Elizabethan
597
TAYLOR The English Planctus Mariae
605
EDWARD P MORTON The Spenserian Stanza Before 1700
639
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651
WARREN Some Features of Style in Early French Narra
655
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RUDOLPH SCHEVILL Studies in Cervantes Part II Persiles y Sigis
677
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