The Literary Man: Essays Presented to Donald W. Hannah
CONTENTS: The Welcome to Denmark; To an Admirable Teacher; The British Tradition -- In the Ambush of My Name: A Discussion of Measure for Measure; Is All Well That Ends Well? A Historical Reconstruction of All's Well That Ends; Dr. Johnson and the Martial Spirit; Fanny Burney's 'Styles'; Domesticating Science: The Liberal Politics of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein; Modern Voices -- An Allotropic Triangle in D.H. Lawrence's Women in Love: The Philosophical and Psychological Genesis of the Gerald-Gudrun-Loerke Relationship; A World of His Own: Dreams in Graham Greene's Novels; Making Sense of the Past for the Present: Colm Toibin and Post-Nationalist Ireland; 'The Canadian Winter is a Real Blessing' or How Canada was Sold to Danish Emigrants in the 1920s; Jack London: 'Impassioned Realism' and the Marketplace; Conceptions of Mystery in Eudora Welty and Flannery O'Connor; The Critical Perspective -- Criticism and Aesthetics: The Status of the Example; On the Dynamics of Harold Bloom's Agonistic Canon; Tabula Gratulatoria.
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