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    • Ambiguity and Ambivalence in R.A.K. Mason 

      Daalder, Joost (Kunapipi, 1983)
      The author examines one of R.A.K. Mason's best known poems, Ecce Homunculus, with concern for some of the poem's ambiguities and the possibility that they reveal ambivalence, or at least a richness of meaning, rather than ...
    • An Analysis of George Saintsbury's "A History of English Prosody" [pre-print]. 

      Daalder, Joost (N.Y. Queens College Press, 2007)
      This is a pre-print version of an article approved for publication in 'Language and Style: an International Journal', published by the City University of New York. The journal's editor states that Professor Daalder's ...
    • Are Wyatt's Poems in Egerton MS 2711 in Chronological Order? 

      Daalder, Joost (Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group, 1988)
      In this article, Daalder's intention is to consider the question whether the poems in Egerton MS 2711 are in chronological sequence. The question is, after all, one of considerable importance. If the poems are in chronological ...
    • Background and Significance of D. H. Lawrence's "The Ladybird" 

      Daalder, Joost (The D. H. Lawrence Review, 1982)
      "The Ladybird" has not fared particularly well at the hands of its critics. Critics have failed to see that it is not to be understood as an example of mimesis or realism but creates its own symbolic, mythical world.
    • Bibliography, Criticism, and the Problem of “Doctor Faustus” 

      Daalder, Joost (Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 1991)
      The question confronting the editor of 'Doctor Faustus' has revolved around whether to trust the short A text of the play which appeared in 1604, or the much longer version, B, of 1616.
    • The Brave New Feminist World of Joan Lindsay’s “Picnic at Hanging Rock” 

      Daalder, Joost (Argument-Verlag, 1988)
      An analysis of the significance of the fate of the missing women in 'Picnic at Hanging Rock' results in a discussion of feminism as portrayed in the novel. Joan Lindsay shocks us into an awareness of what women are capable ...
    • Breaking the Rules: Editorial Problems in Dekker and Middleton's "The Honest Whore, Part I". 

      Daalder, Joost; Telford Moore, Antony (Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 1996)
      The immediate aim of this article is three-fold: to give a reappraisal of some of the most important evidence relating to the textual history of "The Honest Whore, Part I" (STC 6501, 6501a, 6502); to present new evidence ...
    • The changeling 

      Middleton, Thomas; Rowley, William; Daalder, Joost (A&C Black, London, 2005)
      The Changeling, a play written by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley in 1622, offers a picture of the operation of folly and madness within the mind. In doing so it explores 'abnormal' mental states. While the focus is ...
    • Charles Brasch and the Betrayal of Romanticism 

      Daalder, Joost (Outrigger Publishers Ltd., 1978)
      An extension of the author's 1972 essay, '"Disputed Ground" in the Poetry of Charles Brasch'. In this paper, Professor Daalder explains the spiritualizing influence of Wordsworth and Shelley on Brasch's early poems.
    • The Closet Drama in "The Changeling", V.iii 

      Daalder, Joost (University of Chicago Press, 1991)
      In act 5, scene 3 of Middleton and Rowley's "The Changeling", Alsemero, once fully convinced that Beatrice has been involved in murder and adultery, decides to lock her up in his 'closet', his small private room, which on ...
    • Denis Glover and the Craft of Poetry 

      Daalder, Joost (Pacific Quarterly, Flinders University, 1980)
      The author investigates the evidence in Glover's central volume of poems, Enter Without Knocking, and concludes that the poetic level in them is extraordinarily mixed. In the best poems, there is excellent song-like prosody, ...
    • "Disputed Ground" in the Poetry of Charles Brasch 

      Daalder, Joost (University of Otago Press, 1972)
      A response to Vincent O'Sullivan's article, "'Brief Permitted Morning' - Notes on the Poetry of Charles Brasch" in which Professor Daalder discusses issues of spirtuality, temporality and mortality in the 'Disputed Ground' ...
    • “Doctor Faustus” and the Colossus of Rhodes 

      Daalder, Joost; Harris, Greg (Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 1986)
      Editing Marlowe's "Doctor Faustus" continues to pose a formidable difficulty for modern scholars.
    • Dogs and Foxes in D.H. Lawrence and W.H. Auden 

      Daalder, Joost (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, ...
    • Echoes of Auden. "Cities and Strangers" by Paterson. [review] 

      Daalder, Joost (Outrigger Publishers Ltd., 1977)
      Review of Alistair Paterson's book "Cities & Strangers" (Dunedin: Caveman Press, 1976).
    • Editing a Book for a Series 

      Daalder, Joost (Australian National University, Canberra, 1985)
      The author uses his own experience as a basis for discussing some of the the more practical aspects of editing.
    • Editing Wyatt 

      Daalder, Joost (Oxford University Press, 1973)
      This article provides an examination of the 'Collected Poems of Sir Thomas Wyatt', edited by Kenneth Muir and Patricia Thomson, together with suggestions for an improved edition.
    • Emending “The Changeling” 

      Daalder, Joost (Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, 1989)
      This article offers further discussion of considerations arising from editing "The Changeling": an earlier article entitled 'Punctuating "The Changeling"' examined punctuation in the F.W. Bawcutt edition of 1958, while ...
    • Engels spelenderwijs 

      Daalder, Joost; Verhulst, George (Meulenhoff, Amsterdam, 1964)
      Please note: this book is in Dutch.