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Author Starr, Herbert W. (Herbert Willmarth), 1916- compilor.

Title Twentieth century interpretations of Gray's Elegy; a collection of critical essays / Edited by Herbert W. Starr.

Publication Info. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall [1968]


Location Call No. Status
 Enfield, Main Library - Adult Department  821.6 STARR    Check Shelf
Description viii, 120 pages ; 21 cm.
Series Twentieth century interpretations
A Spectrum book.
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 119-120. Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents Introduction / Herbert W. Starr -- When curfew tolled the knell / W. M. Newman -- Gray's storied urn / Cleanth Brooks -- Gray's 'Elegy': "The skull beneath the skin" / Lyle Glazier -- "A youth to fortune and to fame unknown": a re-estimation / Herbert W. Starr -- Gray's 'Elegy': the biographical problem in literary criticism / Frank H. Ellis -- Gray's "Epitaph" revisited / Morse Peckham -- Stonecutter in Gray's "Elegy" / John H. Sutherland -- Ambivalence of Gray's 'Elegy' / A. E. Dyson -- Gray's 'Elegy' reconsidered / Ian Jack -- Proletarian literature / William Empson -- Bicentenary of Gray's "Elegy" / Carl J. Weber -- Gray's "Frail memoria" to West / Joseph Foladare.
Subject Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771. Elegy written in a country churchyard.
Elegiac poetry, English -- History and criticism.
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