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Nineteenth-Century Houses in Western New York
Nineteenth-Century Houses in Western New York (June 1966)
Jewel H. Conover - Author

The author confesses that she became interested in doing this pictorial study just because she likes nineteenth century architecture. And for this very reason she has composed a scholarly appreciation, rather than a cumbersome technical analysis, that all can read with enjoyment, whatever one's acquaintance with the formal study of architecture. In the introductory chapters she recounts the history of the region and the economic and social back...(Read More)
 
 
Problems and Policies of Malesherbes as Directeur de la Librarie in France (1750-1763)
Problems and Policies of Malesherbes as Directeur de la Librarie in France (1750-1763) (June 1966)
Edward P. Shaw - Author

Chrétien-Guillaume de Malesherbes was director of the book trade and chief of the royal censors during the tumultuous formative period of the esprit philsophique in eighteenth-century France. As such, no single bureaucrat wielded more personal influence on the professional careers of authors and booksellers, on the progress of letters or the dissemination of knowledge in pre-revolutionary France, than this enlightened aristocra...(Read More)
 
 
Swinburne's Theory of Poetry
Swinburne's Theory of Poetry (June 1965)
Thomas E. Connolly - Author

Charles Algernon Swinburne's literary reputation rests almost exclusively upon his poetry, and though his critical writings were voluminous, they are usually slighted by literary historians. Examinations of Swinburne's aesthetic principles, too, are generally based upon interpretations of his poetry, though these may be as misleading as the discrepancies between other artists' principles and practices.

Believing that a solid and consistent c...(Read More)
 
 
The Mexican Mining Industry, 1890-1950
The Mexican Mining Industry, 1890-1950 (June 1965)
A Study of the Interaction of Politics, Economics, and Technology
Marvin D. Bernstein - Author

An economic history of the Mexican mining industry.

Although this study is largely an economic history of the Mexican mining industry from the end of the nineteenth to the middle of the twentieth centuries, it gives perspective to the development problems of this foreign-owned industry against the background of Mexican national growth and political change. The patterns of the industry’s structure and operat...(Read More)
 
 
A Reading of the Canterbury Tales
A Reading of the Canterbury Tales (June 1964)
Bernard F. Huppe - Author


In the human comedy of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales the pilgrims react to one another. The tales they tell reveal their own characters and serve in turn to supply dramatic settings for other tales told in response. In the chronicle of their self-revelations and of their reactions to one another, a thematic design may be traced. Chaucer's art of high comedy has behind it a literary tradition of which it is the fulfillment...(Read More)
 
 
Argentina and the United States 1810-1960
Argentina and the United States 1810-1960 (June 1964)
Harold F. Peterson - Author

Dr. Peterson’s book is the first, in English or Spanish, to encompass the entire sweep of Argentine-American relations from the time of Argentina’s revolt against Spain in 1810 to the close of its 150th year of independence. Through comprehensive analysis and narrative, this study illuminates one of the most enigmatic areas of Western Hemisphere relationships.

From what would seem to be a bewildering array of ...(Read More)
 
 
Research Potentials in Voice Physiology
Research Potentials in Voice Physiology (June 1964)
David W. Brewer - Author

The papers of an international conference, held at the State University Upstate Medical Center at Syracuse, devoted to the sound-generating functions of the human larynx and its neuromuscular connections. The papers are divided into the categories of anatomy, neurophysiology, physics, electromyography, high-speed photography and stroboscopy, phonetics, voice diagnosis and therapy, relations with hearing and speech, pathology, and medical and...(Read More)
 
 
The Linear B Decipherment Controversy Re-Examined
The Linear B Decipherment Controversy Re-Examined (June 1964)
Saul Levin - Author

Examines the evidence for the phonetic value of individual Linear B characters.

Michael Ventris’s decipherment of the pre-historic Linear B tablets discovered in Greece and Crete provided one of the most dramatic moments in recent historical research. The controversy provoked by his work has to a large degree polarized scholarly opinion between wholehearted acclamation and complete rejection, making rational...(Read More)
 
 
The Thoreau Centennial
The Thoreau Centennial (June 1964)
Papers Marking the Observance of the 100th Anniversary of the Death of Henry David Thoreau
Walter Roy Harding - Editor

The papers gathered in this volume were among those delivered at the Thoreau Centennial meetings at the Pierpont Morgan Library, the Community Church, and New York University's Hall of Fame in New York City on May 5 and 6, 1962, under the sponsorship of the Thoreau Society, and under the leadership of Professor Lewis Leary of Columbia University, then President of the Thoreau Society. The wide variety in subject and approach of these papers is in i...(Read More)
 
 
Hawthorne's View of the Artist
Hawthorne's View of the Artist (June 1962)
Millicent Bell - Author

"I predict that this work will very soon be recognized as one of the most brilliant of the Hawthorne studies," says Dr. Randall Stewart, Chairman of Vanderbilt University's Department of English and dean of today's Hawthorne scholars. "The author shows first Hawthorne's absorption of the transcendental aesthetic and his criticism of it (counter-Romantic). Then, in masterly analyses of 'The Artist of the Beautiful,' 'The Prophetic Pictures,' and othe...(Read More)
 
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