Critical Approaches to Six Major English Works

Critical Approaches to Six Major English Works
From "Beowulf" Through "Paradise Lost"

Edited by R. M. Lumiansky and Herschel Baker

272 pages | 5 1/2 x 8 1/4
Cloth 1968 | ISBN 9781512804133 | Buy from De Gruyter $79.95 | €69.95 | £70.50
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An Anniversary Collection volume

In each of these six essays, treating the greatest literary accomplishments of medieval and renaissance England, the author is concerned with the literary work as a whole and with a survey of recent critical approaches to it. Beowulf, by R. E. Kaske; The Canterbury Tales, by Richard L. Hoffman; Le Morte Darthur, by Larry D. Benson; The Faerie Queen, by A. C. Ham­ilton, King Lear, by Ernest William Talbert; and Paradise Lost, by Irene Samuel.

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