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Herbert's 'Poetic Theory'
(George Herbert Journal, Sacred Heart University, Connecticut, 1986)
Although scholarship has accumulated much valuable material, I believe that the main advance in our approach to Herbert in recent decades has been in the area of criticism. And this is where most progress was needed, in ...
What happens in Sargeson's "That Summer"? A study of romantic 'mateship'
(Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies, Singapore, 1985)
Frank Sargeson's "That Summer" is, amongst his 'short' stories, not only by far the longest in the genre in which amongst New Zealand writers he probably reigns supreme, but also an important library work to study. The ...
Some Renaissance elements in Malcolm Lowry's "Under the Volcano"
(Erasmus Press, Kentucky, 1983-04)
Malcolm Lowry's imagination is vitally in touch with that of many other authors and artists, notably with English Renaissance writers. The most important of these is obviously Marlowe, whose Faustus has a marked and explicit ...
Dogs and Foxes in D.H. Lawrence and W.H. Auden
(Zeitschrift fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 1984)
In writing 'The Fox' and 'Kangaroo', Lawrence was much preoccupied with the mentality of what one may roughly call "meddlers" and "authorities" on the one hand, and the fate of their victims on the other; the first group, ...