|PR9999.M84||Courtly love in Elizabethan lyrics /||1|
The philosophic unity of More's Utopia ...
Pacifism in the English Renaissance, 1497-1530.
|PR9999 Albers||From the fields of sleep : dreams, reveries, and imagination in Wordsworth, Shelley, and Keats /||1|
|PR9999 Aldus||The use of physical comic means in English drama from 1420 to 1603.||1|
|PR9999 Ames||The convergence of Homer's Odyssey and Joyce's Ulysses /||1|
The Digby Mary Magdalene: a study of its sources, conventional elements, and originality.
English conceptions of Switzerland prior to Goldsmith's Traveller.
|PR9999 Antonaccio||Moral identity and the good in the thought of Iris Murdoch /||1|
|PR9999 Arata||Imperial anxieties : narratives of decline in British fiction 1885-1910 /||1|
|PR9999 Asch||"The unknown public" : middle-class reactions to popular literature in Victorian Britain /||1|
|PR9999 Ashin||Restoration adaptations of Jacobean and Caroline comedy.||1|
|PR9999 Aslami||State fantasy : the late nineteenth-century British novel and the cultural formation of state personhood /||1|
|PR9999 Avery||The technique of satiric portraiture from Dryden to Churchill.||1|
|PR9999 Baillie||A critical edition of Gratiae theatrales.||1|
|PR9999 Baker||Written on the water : British romanticism and the culture of maritime empire /||1|
|PR9999 Barchas||Form's content : the interpretive impact of graphic design in the novels of Samuel Richardson, Master Printer /||1|
|PR9999 Barrett||Satire on the citizen's wife in English comedy to 1642.||1|
|PR9999 Bartlett||The influence of Plautus and Terence of certain school dramas of the sixteenth century.||1|
|PR9999 Batten||The eighteenth-century English travel writer: a study of his literary techniques.||1|
|PR9999 Baumgardner||The treatment of the theme of conspiracy in English drama during the period of Shakespeare.||1|
|PR9999 Beach||The use of Anglo-Saxon material by Scott, Bulwer-Lytton, Kingsley, and Tennyson in the background of the Anglo-Saxon revival in England.||1|
|PR9999 Beall||Pastoralism in the plays of Shakespeare.||1|
|PR9999 Belknap||The dramatization of incident in eighteenth century fiction.||1|
|PR9999 Berard||Sentimental comedy in the last quarter of the eighteenth century.||1|
|PR9999 Blanford||Tristan and Isolde in the nineteenth century /||1|
|PR9999 Bohrer||Reports from the field : natural history and the rural world in Romantic literature /||1|
Fréron's Année littéraire (1754-1766) and English literature.
Truant pens : representations of manuscript circulation in the early print era, 1520-1620 /
|PR9999 Bonnell||The historical context of Johnson's Lives of the poets : rival collections of English poetry, 1777-1810 /||1|
|PR9999 Boots||The French connection : a comparative study of selected Middle English romances and their Old French antecedents /||1|
|PR9999 Borland||The influence of Marot on English poetry of the sixteenth century.||1|
|PR9999 Bowers||Rites of passage : inventions of self and community in eighteenth-century British travel literature /||1|
|PR9999 Bray||In pursuit of a distinctive utterance: realistic novels in the Midwest, 1871-1914.||1|
The literary influence of Byron on Shelley.
Dryden's attitude toward Shakespeare.
Rationalism in sixteenth century English literature.
Rationalism in sixteenth century English literature ...
|PR9999 Burk||Satiric pseudonyms used by Alexander Pope.||1|
|PR9999 Burnette||Ideologies of selfhood in the eighteenth-century courtship novel /||1|
|PR9999 Burno||Herod the Great in the middle English cycle plays.||1|
Prosthetic fictions : cold modernism in Wyndham Lewis, Mina Loy, and Evelyn Waugh /
Shadows of history : the production of gender and historical narrative in post-enlightenment Britain, 1770-1870 /
|PR9999 Bush||Forerunners of Dryden's heroic plays.||1|
|PR9999 Cabell||Parody in the reign of Elizabeth.||1|
|PR9999 Cable||Methods of non-dramatic verse satire, 1640-1700.||1|
|PR9999 Caldwell||The spotted page : Danverian discourse in the work of John Gay, Alexander Pope, and Henry Fielding /||1|
|PR9999 Calkins||Calidore: the embodiment of the sixteenth century ideal of courtesy.||1|
The influence of The shepheards calendar upon the formal pastoral of the period 1579-1602.
The Digby Mary Magdalene.
|PR9999 Cassidy||Narrative formula and structure in the Middle English romance /||1|
|PR9999 Cefalu||Habit, virtue and character : moral identity in early modern English texts /||1|
|PR9999 Chan||The influence of China on English culture during the eighteenth century.||1|
|PR9999 Chandler||Industrialism in modern English poetry.||1|
Songs up to Shakespeare in their relation to the drama.
The puritanism of Samuel Sewall as shown in his diary and letters.
|PR9999 Chiles||The Tristan story in contemporary British drama.||1|
|PR9999 Chu||Modernist itineraries : gender, geography, genre /||1|
|PR9999 Clark||Drama and the culture of commercial hospitality in early modern England /||1|
|PR9999 Coch||In a lady's bower : poetry, gardens, and the problem of pleasure in early modern England /||1|
|PR9999 Colarelli||Of mind and manner : association and digression in the Seasons, the Task, and the Prelude /||1|
|PR9999 Corber||The anxiety of the imagination : politics and the romantic woman writer /||1|
|PR9999 Cosand||English religious poetry of the sixteenth century.||1|
|PR9999 Cowles||"I don't want to know about it": self-deception in the mid-Victorian novel /||1|
|PR9999 Cox||The shapes of fancy : figural use of the wanton warrior in Elizabethan drama /||1|
|PR9999 Craig||A survey of the critical theories contained in prefatory matter of prose fiction before 1640.||1|
|PR9999 Crichton||Those despicable kings as object lessons in political obedience for the sixteenth century.||1|
|PR9999 Culp||After belief : the response to cultural crisis in three late Victorian novelists /||1|