Harcourt, Brace & World, 1969 - English literature - 296 pages
25 essays from the Victorian and Edwardian literary critic.
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SHAKESPEARES FINAL PERIOD The Independent
WORDS AND POETRY The Hogarth Press 1928
RABELAIS The New Statesman Feb 16 1918 CHARAC
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