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the philosophy of language. 1910. Shairp, J. C. On poetic interpretation of nature. 1878. PN1062 S48.
Poetry and poets.
3 v. PN1136 R8.
American stage of today;
1910. PN2285 B8.
biographies. Harriott, Mrs. C. M. Stage confi465 dences. 1902. PN2287 H31 S7. 488 466 Hawkins, F. W. Annals of the French stage. 1884. 2 v. PN2633 H35.
Baker, H. B. The London stage. 1889.
Bates, A. The drama; its history, lit- Herts, A. M. The children's educaerature and influence on civiliza- tional theatre. 1911. PN3166 N7 tion. 1903. 20 v. 468 H4. Bunn, A. The stage. 1840. 3 v. PN 2594 B8. Chubb, P. Festivals and plays in schools and elsewhere. PN3205 C5. 470 present. 471 1899472
Hone, W. Ancient mysteries de469 scribed. 1823. PR643 M6 H6. 491 Huneker, J. G. Iconoclasts, a book of dramatists. 1905. PN1851 H7.
492 Hutton, L. Curiosities of the American stage. 1891. PN2221 H8. 493 -Opening addresses at first performances in American theatres. 1887. PN1612 D91.
494 473 Jackson, J. History of the Scottish stage. 1793. PN2599 S4 J3. 495
Craig, Mrs. A. A. T. The dramatic
festival. 1912. PN3203 C7. 474 Keese, W. L. A group of comedians. Crowley T. J. Character treatment
Daly, C. P. First theatre in America.
series. 1896-. PN1612 D92. Li- Morris, Mrs. E. The drama, its laws brary has nos. 1-15, 1896-1901. and its technique. 1898. PN1661 M6. 502 Needham, Mrs. M. M. Folk festivals. 1912. PN3205 N3. 503
-Publications. 1887-? PN1612 D91. Library has nos. 1, 2, 4. 480 Edgett, E. F. Edward Loomis Davenport. 1901. PN1612 D92. 481 Esenwein, J. B. Writing the photoplay. 1913. PN1996 E8. Ford, P. L. Washington and the theatre. 1899. PN1612 D92. 483 Gayley, C. M. Plays of our forefa
Bainton, G. Art of authorship. 1890.] 147 D7. 521 PN153 B16. 519 Heisch, C. E. Art and craft of the Baldwin, C. S. How to write. 1905. author. 1906. PN145 H4. PN145 B4. 520 1001 places to sell manuscripts. Drew, B. Pens and types. 1889. PN 1905. PN161 E4 1905.
Andrews, A. History of British jour- Reid, W. Some newspaper tendencies. nalism. 1859. 2 v. PN5114 A56. 1879. PN4838 R35. 527 Rogers, J. E. The American newspaper. 1909. PN4855 R72. 528 Smyth, A. H. The Philadelphia magazines and their contributors. 1892. PN4899 P48 S6. 529
524 Buckingham, J. T. Specimens of 1850. 2 v. newspaper literature. PN4808 B8.
Minor, B. B.
The Southern Literary Wingate, C. F. Views and interviews Messenger, 1834-1864. 1905. PN on journalism. 1875. PN4864
4900 S7 M6.
Oratory, Elocution, Debating.
Art of extempore | Rush, J. The philosophy of the hu-
1867. PN4111 R95. 542 Russell, L. A. English diction for singers and speakers. 1905. PN 533 4162 R96. 534 Seiler, E.
Bautain, L. E. M.
Pearson, P. M. Extemporaneous speaking. 1912. PN4168 P4.
The voice in speaking. 1875. PN4162 S4. Serviss, G. P. Eloquence, counsel on the art of public speaking. 1912. PN4121 S3.
Sheridan, T. A course of lectures on elocution. 1803. PN4105 S5 1803. 546
-Rhetorical grammar of the English language. 1783. PN4105 S6. 547
Reed, T. B. Modern eloquence. 1900. Shoemaker, J. W. Practical elocution.
10 v. Robbins, E. C. The high school de- Sutro, E. bate book. 1912. PN4187 R6. 541 ance.
PN4111 S48 1878. 548 Basic law of vocal utterPN4162 S8. 549
Hood, E. P. The world of anecdote. | Hunt, F. American anecdotes. 1830. 1874. 4 v. PN6261 H65. 558 2 v. PN6261 H93.
Bewick, T. Select fables, with cuts | Bussey, G. M. Fables, original and by T. and J. Bewick. 1820. PN selected. 1869. PN981 B98. 561 981 B57. 560 Northcote, J. Artist's book of fables. 1845. PN982 N87.
Anderson, R. B.
Arabian Nights. 1839-'41. 3 v. Baring-Gould, S.
Fairy Tales, Romances, Legends, Myths.
Jones, W. L.
Viking tales of the Hamilton, Anthony. Fairy tales and
PZ8 A82. 564
Douglas, Sir G. B. S.
-Myths of northern lands. PZ8 1 G936 M.
Wit and Humor.
Clemens, S. L.
-Same. 1875. PN6153 B8 1875. 584 Writings. National 25 v. PS1300 FO9.
Book of humorous poetry. 1873. PN
Browne, C. F. Complete works of ed. 1909.
582 Derby, G. H. Phoenixiana. 12th ed. 1884. PN6161 D435 1884.586
Burton, W. E. Cyclopaedia of wit
Dunne, F. P.
593 W. Remarks by Bill Nye. PN6161 N84.
Mr. Dooley in peace troleum V. Nasby. 1888. PN6161 1899. PN6161 D82 L637. 592 587 McAlister, J. T. Humor in ebony. -Mr. Dooley's opinions. 1901. 1911. PN6231 N5 M3. PN6161 D82 1901. 588 -Mr. Dooley in the hearts of his countrymen. 1899. PN6161 D85 1899. Howe, W. H. Scotch wit and humor. 1898. PN6178 S4 H8. L'Estrange, A. G. K. History of English humor. 1877. 2 v. in 1. PN 6171 L4.
Locke, D. R.
591 The struggles of Pe
The repository: a select collection of fugitive pieces of wit and humor. 1891. 5 v. PN6151 S5
Smith, C. H. Bill Arp, so-called. 1866. PN6161 S653. 596
Spofford, A. R. The library of wit and humor. 1891. 5 v. PN6151 S5 1891. 597 European Literature.
Berington, J. Literary history of the Millar, J. H. The mid-eighteenth cenmiddle ages. 1883. PN671 B4. tury. 1902. PN751 M64.
Brandes, G. M. C. Main currents in 19th century literature. 1901-'05. 6 v. PN766 B7.
599 Eminent authors of the 19th century. 1886. PN766 B6. 600 Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle. Studies in European literature. 1908. PN710. C49. 601 Chaytor, H. J. The troubadours. 1912. PC2304 C4. Guerber, H. A. The book of the epic. 1913. PN683 G8. 603 Hallam, H. Introduction to the literature of Europe in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries. 1843. 3 v. PN701 H3 1843. v. 2 wanting.
Omond, T. S. The romantic triumph.
The fourteenth century. 1899. PN671 S67.
Spence, L. Dictionary of medieval romance and romance writers. 1913. PN669 S6 Ref. 610 Wägner, W. Epics and romances of the middle ages. 1884. PN683 W13. Anglo-Saxon Literature.
Andreas and The fates of the apostles. glo-Saxon; with translation by B. Ed. by G. P. Krapp. 1906. PR Thorpe. 1832. PR1611 T5 1832.
Beowulf, an Anglo-Saxon poem and
M. Garnett. 1892. PR1583 G3. 615 -Same. 1906. PR1583 G31. 616
Beowulf. Ed. by A. J. Wyatt. 1901.
stan, or The fight at Brunanburh; Byrhtnoth, or The fight at Maldon. Tr. by J. M. Garnett. 1889. PR 621
1647 A5 G3 1889. Gurteen, S. H. V. Epic of the fall of man; a comparative study of Caedmon, Dante and Milton. 1896. PR 1624 G8.
English Literature.-History and Criticism.
Adams, W. D. Dictionary of English] Gostwick, J.
PR19 A4. 623
Angus, J. erature.
English poets. 1875.
645 PR313 G68. Studies in early VictoHarrison, F. rian literature. 1895. PR461 H3. 646
erature. 1873. PR85 A7. 625 Hart, J. S. Manual of English literature. 1872. PR85 H35. 647 Bascom, J. Philosophy of English literature. 1874. PR21 B3. A new Spirit of the 626 Horne, R. H. age. 1872. 648 PR451 H7. Bayne, P. Essays in biography and criticism. 1857-'58. 2 v. PR453 Howitt, W. Homes and haunts of the 1856. most eminent British poets. 2 v. PR109 H6.
627 -Lessons from my masters, Carlyle, Tennyson and Ruskin.
Beers, H. A. From Chaucer to TenPR85 B45. 629 nyson. 630
-Same. 1906. PR85 B41.
Brink, B. ten. Early English litera-
-Homes and haunts of the British poets. 1894. PR109 H62. 650 Johnston, R. M. English literature. 651 1873. PR85 J73. Jusserand, J. A. A. J. Literary history of the English people. 1906'09. 3 v. PR93 J96. Library has v. 1; v. 2, pt. 1.
652 Lang, A. History of English litera653 ture. 1912. PR85 L34. The French renaisLee, Sir S. L. PR275 sance in England. 1910.
Gateways to litera
ture and other essays. 1912. PR
641 Moulton, C. W. Library of literary