Thalia: Studies in Literary Humor. Volume II, Nos. 1 & 2. Spring-Fall 1979.

By: Tavernier-Courbin, Jacqueline. (editor).

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Book Condition: Very Good


4to - 28 x 21.5 cm.; 72 pp. Off-white wraps with a black cloth spine all in a flat stapled binding. Contents: 1 - "Interview with Josephine Jacobsen" by Jacqueline Tavernier-Courbin, 2 - "Be It What It Will, I'll Go To It Laughing": Mark Twain's Humorous Sense of Life" by Raymond Sousa, 3 - "Fors del sens: Humour and Irony in Raoul de Houdenc's La Vengeance Raguidel" by Raymond Thompson, 4 - "The Humor and Humanizing of Outrage" by William Nelson, 5 - "A Matter of Feeling: A note on Conrad's Comedy of Errors in Ubder Western Eyes" by Calille R. La Bossiere, 6 - "The Decline of Irony in the Eighteenth Century" by John R. Clark, 7 - 2 book reviews, 8 - "Charles Dana Gibson and the Eternal Comedy" an illustrated article by Mary Anderberg. Minor soiling and corner creasing to the covers, otherwise clean and tight.

Title: Thalia: Studies in Literary Humor. Volume II, Nos. 1 & 2. Spring-Fall 1979.

Author Name: Tavernier-Courbin, Jacqueline. (editor).

Categories: Literature,

Publisher: Ottawa, Ontario., University of Ottawa.: 1979

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 23411

Keywords: Humour; Humor; Literature; Mark Twain; Josephine Jacobsen; Raymond Sousa; Raymond Thompson; Houdenc; William Nelson; Joseph Conrad; Camille La Bossiere; Mary Anderberg; Charles Gibson; Eternal Comedy;