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Lectures on early English history.
|Statement||By William Stubbs ... Ed. by Arthur Hassall.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, , 391 p.|
|Number of Pages||391|
Lectures on Early English Literature. by Robert A. Albano. Complete lectures in clear and easy-to-understand essay form on Medieval and Renaissance literature. Works covered include BEOWULF, SIR GAWAIN, THE CANTERBURY TALES, DOCTOR FAUSTUS, SHAKESPEARE'S SONNETS, PART I of KING HENRY IV, and PARADISE LOST. The Lectures forming this volume were delivered at the Surrey Institution in , and published immediately afterwards. The present Edition, however, contains some additions from other sources, collected by the author, apparently with a view to a reprint of the volume, which additions are distinguished by brackets.
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Book Description Complete lectures in clear and easy-to-understand essay form on Medieval and Renaissance literature. Works covered include BEOWULF, SIR GAWAIN, THE CANTERBURY TALES, DOCTOR FAUSTUS, SHAKESPEARE'S SONNETS, PART I of KING HENRY IV, and PARADISE LOST.
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