Studies in Seventeenth-century French Literature
Cornell University Press, 1962 - French literature - 269 pages
To Morris Bishop, 'honnête homme' and rare example of the gentleman-scholar, this volume is offered as a most cordial expression of admiration and respect. Friends, students, and contributors are privileged to honor the sound elegance of his scholarship, the recognize the fruitful devotion that he has always shown to Cornell, and the hail the earnest charm of his demeanor and style.
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