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CONTRIDUTORS F.E. SPARSHOTT Professor of Philosophy, Victoria College, University of Toronto; An Enquiry into Goodness and Related Concepts (1958), The Structure ofAesthetics (1963), A Divided Voice (1965), The Concept of Criticism (1967), A Cardboard Garage (1969), Looking for Philosophy (1972) HARRIET RAY ALLENTUCH Associate Professor of French, University of New York at Stony Brook, Madame de Sevignt!:A Portrait in Letters (1963) BRIAN CORMAN Assistant Professor of English, Erindale College, University of Toronto JOHN KAY Assistant Professor of English, Scarborough College, University of Toronto ROBERT FOLKENFLIK Assistant Professor of English, University of Rochester; Samuel Johnson, Biographer (forthcoming) ALEXANDRA F. JOHNSTON Associate Professor of English, Victoria College, University of Toronto BARKER FAIRLEY Professor Emeritus, University College, University of Toronto; Charles M. Doughty: A Critical Study (1927) , Goethe as Revealed in His Poetry (1932), A Study of Goethe (1947), Goethe's 'Faust': Six Essays (1953), translator , Goethe's 'Faust' (1970) G.E. BENTLEY, JR Professor of English, University College, University of Toronto; editor, William Blake, Vala or The Four Zoas (1963), The Early Engravings of Flaxman's Classical Designs (1964), with M.K. Nurmi, A Blake Bibliography (1964), editor, William Blake, Tiriel (1967), Blake Studies (1969), The Blake Collection of Mrs Landon K. Thorne (1971), editor, William Blake, America (1974) STANLEY E. READ Professor Emeritus of English, University ofBritish Columbia; A Bibliography of Hogarth Books and Studies, "900-"940 (1941), Documents of Eighteenth Century English Taste (1942), The Contemplative Man's Recreation (1970) CLARENCE TRACY Professor of English, University College, University of Toronto; The Artificial Bastard (1953), The Poetical Works of Richard Savage (1962), Browning's Mind and Art (1968), editor, Richard Graves' Spiritual Quixote (1969), editor, johnson's Life of Savage (1972), The 'Rape' Observ'd (1974) MARCIA ALLENTUCK Professor of French and Italian, State University of New York at Stony Brook; editor, Achievement of Isaac Bashevis Singer (1970), introducer, John Graham's System and Dialectics of Art (1971) ...


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