1. An Eminent and Unconventional Victorian Mary Henrietta Kingsley, 1862–1900
  2. Albert Colby Cooke
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  1. The Character and Performance of Chaucer’s Franklin
  2. R. M. Lumiansky
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  1. The Past Speaks for Germany
  2. G. W. Field
  3. pp. 357-368
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  1. Symbolism in Tennyson’s Minor Poems
  2. Elizabeth Hillman Waterston
  3. pp. 369-380
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  1. Jane Austen’s Art of Rudeness
  2. Edd Winfield Parks
  3. pp. 381-387
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  1. VI. French-Canadian Letters
  2. W. E. Collin
  3. pp. 388-423
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  2. Watson Kirkconnell
  3. pp. 423-429
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  1. Milton and the Diodatis
  2. A. E. Barker
  3. pp. 430-432
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  1. The Crisis in the University
  2. R. S. K. Seeley
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  1. The Making and the Meaning of Moby-Dick
  2. G. Roper
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  1. The Forms of Value by A. L. Hilliard (review)
  2. John A. Irving
  3. pp. 437-438
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  1. A Commentary on the General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales by Muriel Bowden (review)
  2. J. D. Robins
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  1. A Short History of Chinese Art by Hugo Munsterberg
  2. L. C. Walmsley
  3. pp. 439-441
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  1. Shelley’s Major Poems: The Fabric of a Vision by Carlos Baker
  2. J. R. MacGillivray
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