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Title
A memorial volume to Shakespeare and Harvey memorial volume to Shakespeare and Harvey,
Type
Text
Genre Form
festschrift
Language
English
Classification
LCC: PR2890 .T4 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 17029647
Table Of Contents
Shakespeare himself, by J. M. Manly.
The growth of Shakespeare, by B. Wendell.
Shakespeare, purveyor to the public, by R. L. Batts.
Rhythmic elements in English, with illustrations from Shakespeare, by J. W. Bright.
The quarrel of Benedick and Beatrice, by C. R. Baskervill.
Shakespeare's conception of humor as exemplified in Falstaff, by H. D. Gray.
The "dying lament," by R. A. Law.
Shakespeare and the censor of Great Britain, by E. M. Clark.
Shakespeare and the new stagecraft, by W. L. Sowers.
The Stratulax scenes in Plautus' Truculentus, by E. W. Fay.
William Harvey, by A. Richards.
"Know thyself"
interpreted by Socrates, Shakespeare, Wm. Harvey, and modern men, by W. E. Ritter.
Appendix. The Shakespeare tercentenary commemoration at the University of Texas.
Authorized Access Point
University of Texas. memorial volume to Shakespeare and Harvey,
Authorized Access Point Variant
Judson, Alexander Corbin, 1883- memorial volume to Shakespeare and Harvey,
Patterson, John Thomas, 1878-1960, memorial volume to Shakespeare and Harvey,
Royster, James Finch, 1880-1930, memorial volume to Shakespeare and Harvey,