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From Shakespeare to Joyce :

authors and critics; literature and life /
by Elmer Edgar Stoll.
Main Creator: Stoll, Elmer Edgar, 1874-1959.
Format: BOOK
Published / Created: Garden City, New York : Doubleday, Doran and Company, inc., 1944.
Notes:"First edition."

Dust jacket available. See entry for [Miscellaneous dust jackets removed from 5A Collection items] in the NLI catalogue.

Bibliographical foot-notes and index.

Physical description: xx, 442 p. ; 20 cm.

Table of Contents:
ch. 1.Literature and life again
ch. 2.Belial as an example
ch. 3.The "beau monde" at the Restoration
ch. 4.Literature and life once more: some vagaries of history and criticism
ch. 5.Kent and Gloster
ch. 6.Shakespeare's Jew
ch. 7.Jaques and the antiquaries
ch. 8.Shakespeare forbears
ch. 9.Modesty in the audience
ch. 10.Poetry and the passions: an aftermath
ch. 11.Poetry and the passions again
ch. 12.Falstaff again
ch. 13."All's well" and "measure for measure"
ch. 14.The realistic and unrealistic in "King Lear"
ch. 15.Source and motive in "Macbeth" and "Othello"
ch. 16.Heroes and villains: Shakespeare, Middleton, Byron, Dickens
ch. 17.Browning's "In a balcony"
ch. 18.Psychoanalysis in criticism: Dickens, Kipling, Joyce
ch. 19.Milton a romantic
ch. 20.Time and space in Milton
ch. 21.From the superhuman to the human in "Paradise lost".