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8vo - 24 x 16 cm.; 318 pp. A quarterly publication from Columbia University. The four issues from 1954 bound together with orange cloth over boards and black lettering on spine. Very minor wear on boards and edges. From the Marianopolis Library in Montreal, two library stamps on front end papers, catalogue number on spine. No other library markings. Articles from #1 February 1954 are: 1 - "Periods in the History of Italian Literature" by Ernest Wilkins, 2 - "Grail Problems" by Roger Loomis, 3 - "Rousseau's Natural Diet" by Madeleine Simons, 4 - "The Composition of La Curee" by Elliott Grant, 5 - "D'un mot mis en sa place . . . . " Etude sur le mot juste dans Madame Bovary" by Pierre Clamens. Articles from #2 April 1954 are: 1 - "The Old French Lives of Saint Edmund, King of East Anglia" by Porter and Baltzell, 2 - "Pierre de Ronsard: Panegyrist, Pensioner, and Satirist of the French Court" by Isidore Silver, 3 - "Edgar Quinet and the First French Translation of Herder's Ideen zur Geschichte der Menschheit" by Richard Powers, 4 - "Galdos and Tamayo's Letter-Substitu tion Device" by Paul Rogers, 5 - "The Wisdom of the Young Proust" by Justin O'Brien. Articles from #3 October 1954: 1 - "Ronsard and Ficino on the Four Furies" by Robert Clements, 2 - "Montaigne's Socrates" by Frederick Kellermann, 3 - "An Unpublished Letter by Saint-Evremond" by Quentin Hope, 4 - "The Abbe de Prades in Exile" by Donald Schier. Articles from #4 December 1954: 1 - "A New Approach to the Study of the Queste del Saint Graal" by Frederick Locke, 2 - "Three Unpublished Letters of Guez de Balzac" by W. R. Quynn, 3 - "The Plight of the Comic Author and Some New Departures in Contemporary Comedy" by David Grossvogel. Indices for volume XLV bound in at back.
Title: The Romanic Review, Volume XLV, Number 1, 2, 3, and 4. 1954.
Publisher: Baltimore, Maryland., Columbia University Press: 1954
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 1275
Keywords: Literature Languages Criticism Belles Lettres