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  • Comedy and Society*
  • George Falle (bio)
New Letters to the Tatler and Spectator, edited by Richmond P. Bond. Austin: University of Texas Press [Toronto: Burns and MacEachern, Ltd.]. 1959. Pp. xiv, 233, $8.00.
M. A. Goldberg, Smollett and the Scottish School: Studies in Eighteenth-Century Thought. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. 1959. Pp. xiv, 191. $3.00
Norman N. Holland, The First Modern Comedies: The Significance of Etherege, Wycherley, and Congreve. Cambridge: Harvard University Press [Toronto: S. J. Reginald Saunders & Co., Ltd.]. 1959. Pp. viii, 274. $7.25.
John Loftis, Comedy and Society from Congreve to Fielding. (Stanford Studies in Language and Literature, XIX). Stanford: Stanford University Press. 1959. Pp. xii, 154. $4.00.
J. R. Moore, Daniel Defoe: Citizen of the Modern World. Chicago: University of Chicago Press [Toronto: University of Toronto Press]. 1958. Pp. xvi, 409. $7.50.
George Falle

Assistant Professor of English, Trinity College, University of Toronto


* See page 98 for bibliography of books discussed in this article.



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