Modern Miscellany Presented to Eugene Vinaver by Pupils, Colleagues and Friends

By: Lawrenson, T. E. , et al.

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First Edition. With a photo-portrait frontispiece of Eugene Vinaver, a bibliography of the works of Vinaver, notes. Cloth with printed dust-jacket. This is a de-accessioned library copy, but with minimal library markings. The cover of the book does not have any catalog markings. The dustwrapper has catalog number on the spine. A fine copy with a minimum of shelf-wear ( End-papaers have been neatened ) The dust-jacket is in fine condition with little wear ( Slightly faded spine ) It is protected by a new, non-library, acid-free mylar jacket. An excellent copy. Professor Eugene Vinaver a pupil of the great scholar and humanist, Joseph Bidier was himself a great scholar and reader in French at oxford and professor of French Language and Literature at Manchester where he was head of that department for thirty years. In 1966 he was presented and honorary volume to celebrate his contributions to medieval scholarship. The present volume is complementary to that and celebrates his modern scholarship. The following is an alphabetical list of the papers presented in this volume: R. F. Amonoo : La resurrection de Corneille au debut du 19e siecle; L. J. Austin : Mallarme et le ree; Jean Beaufret : La naissance de la philosophie; P. F. Butler : Tartuffe et la dirction spirituelle au XVIIe siecle; Lilian R. Furst : Two Versions of Schiller's 'Wallenstein; ' G. F. A. Gadoffre : Le ' Discours de la Methode' et la Querelle des Ancien; Jean Gaudon : Talma et ses auteur; C. M. Girdlestone : 'Phedre' without the Queen of Athens'; Robert Guiette : Le titre des 'Petits poemes en prose; G. E. Gwynne : Cabanis and his 'Lettre a M. F***' : a little known aspect of the Ideologues' views on religion; C. A. Hackett : Andre Frenaud and the theme of the quest; P. Mansell Jones : Baudelaire as a critic of contemporary poetry; R. C. Knight : The rejected source in Racine; T. E. Lawrenson : The contemporary staging of Theophile's 'Pyrame et Thisbe' : the open stage imprisoned; Robert Niklaus : Diderot and the 'Lecons de clavecin et principes d'harmonie par Bemetzrieder ' (1771) ; Mario Praz : What is a classic? ; Garnet Rees : Baudelaire and the imagination; F. W. Saunders : The mythical background to Henri Bosco's 'Un rameau de la nuit'; W. McC. Stewart : Racine's untranslatability and the art of the Alexandrine; F. E. Sutcliffe : Le pardon d'Auguste : politique et morale dans 'Cinna'; Bernard Swift : Mallarme and the novel; Jacques Voisine : Rousseau ou le Socrate moderne; T. B. L. Webster : The classical background to Racine's 'Phaedra'. VERY GOOD/VERY GOOD . 8vo 8" - 9" tall. (xiii), 314 pp

Title: Modern Miscellany Presented to Eugene Vinaver by Pupils, Colleagues and Friends

Author Name: Lawrenson, T. E. , et al.

Categories: Essays,

Edition: First Edition Thus. 1

Publisher: Manchester, Manchester University Press: 1969

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good dust jacket

Item: 1.00 lbs

Seller ID: 1425

Keywords: History ESSAYS Modern History Vinaver