Modern Language Notes, Bind 31–32

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Tucker Brooke Common Conditions J W Bright
95
Sidney Lee A Life of William Shakespeare J D Bruce
118
Warshaw J Recurrent Préciosité
129
Krapp George P Henry VIII in Halls Chronicle
135
Emerson Oliver Farrar Seith Trophee
142
Briggs W D SourceMaterial for Jonsons Plays
193
Ellwood Notes on the Rimed Fable in England
206
Bright James W Beowulf 489490
217
Brown Carleton The Towneley Play of the Doctors and the Speculum
223
Plath O E Schillers Influence on Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre
257
Alden Raymond M The 1710 and 1714 Texts of Shakespeares
268
Kurrelmeyer W Die Doppeldrucke der zweiten Cottaschen Ausgabe
275
Porter Charlotte How Shakespeare Set and Struck the Scene
281
Chew Samuel C Did Byron write A Farrago Libelli
287
Moore John R Sources of In Memoriam in Tennysons Early Poems
307
Briggs W D SourceMaterial for Jonsons Plays Part II
321
Sonnets on the Execution of
334
Barnum George S SaintPierre and Balzac
343
P Rein Mixed Preterites in German H C G von Jagemann
360
Shakespeare Studies of the University of Wisconsin Tucker
379
Hubbard Alice P F A Note on Flauberts Novembre
405
Unpublished Letters of Lord Byron 8 C Chew
426
Agathe Lasch Mittelniederdeutsche Grammatik D B Shumway
430
B Miscellaneous Notes
436
Starck Taylor Die Deutschen Sagen der Brüder Grimm als Balladen
449
A GermanItalian Satire on the Ages of Man
465
S Additional Parallels to Aucassin et Nicolette vi 26
472
Hemingway Samuel B Chaucers Monk and Nuns Priest
479
The Cambridge History of English Literature
483
Erwin Stimming Der Accusativus cum Infinitivo im Französischen
492
Mierow Herbert E Stephen Phillips and Edgar Allan Poe
499
Leonard Bloomfield An Introduction to the Study of Language
501
Woodbridge Benj M A Luckless Monthly and An IllStarred Maiden
505
J Bolte and G Polívka Anmerkungen zu den Kinder und Haus
515
Lovejoy A O On the Meaning of Romantic in Early German
iii
H Vitzliputzli
vi
Recent Publications
viii
REVIEWS
26
18885
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Chew The Dramas of Lord Byron W E Leonard 42
42
Axel Kock Umlaut und Brechung im Altschwedischen Hermann
44
Sisam Kenneth The Cadmonian Exodus 492 48
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A Schinz and G A Underwood L Foulets Bibliography of Medieval
50
Tupper Frederick Chaucer and Lancaster 54
54
56
56
BRIEF MENTION
59
111
79
Caroline Bourland Las Paredes Oyen por Juan Ruiz de Alarcón
95
Gustave Lanson Les Méditations poétiques par Alphonse de Lamar
104
B Tinker The Salon and English Letters A H Upham 165
165
Erwin W Roessler The Soliloquy in German Drama G C L
172
178
178
Stuart Donald Clive A Note on Voltaires Lettres Philosophiques 179
179
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184
Kolbe P R Heines Schäfer und Doris 185
185
W Smith The Mechanism of English Style J W Bright 188
188
Giacomo De Gregorio La Riforma Ortografica dell Inglese del Fran
227
J Rudwin Der Teufel in den deutschen geistlichen Spielen
234
Ernesto Nelson The SpanishAmerican Reader Nils Flaten
235
William Dudley Foulke Some Love Songs of Petrarch Kenneth
243
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245
an Ideal State of the Seventeenth Cen
251
254
254
Annales de la Société JeanJacques Rousseau E Carcassonne
262
316
269
H Alexander A Practical Introduction
292
Tobias Diekhoff The German Language Outlines of its Develop
293
Richard Rice Jr The College and the Future
299
304
304
Galpin Stanley L The Influence of Environment in Le Père Goriot 306
306
Buell Llewellyn M Byron and Shelley 312
312
Gertrude Buck The Social Criticism of Literature J W Bright 316
316
318
318
Hugh Walker The English Essay and Essayists F W Bryan 347
347
G F Browne The Ancient Cross Shafts at Bewcastle and Ruthwell
366
H H Williams Jacke Jugeler J W Bright
369
Ludwig Lewisohn The Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann
372
Tatlock John S P The Hermaphrodite Rime 373
373
379
379
Zucker A E Shakespeare and Grillparzer 396
396
Gerould Gordon Hall Cynewulfs Christ 678679 403
403
60
409
H Peetz Der Monolog bei Hartmann
416
Arthur Hobson Quinn Representative American Plays William
423
Moraud Marcel Comments by Professor Lanson 429
429
443
443
461
461
471
471
479
479
Oscar Helmuth Werner The Unmarried Mother in German Litera
486
Edwin Miller Fogel Beliefs and Superstitions of the Pennsylvania
494
508
508
63
512
Ernest A Boyd The Contemporary Drama of Ireland John Louis
516
162
518
Steeves H R Bibliographical Notes on Emerson 431
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