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520. TRENT, WILLIAM P., ERSKine, John, SHERMAN, STUART P. and VAN DOREN, CARL. A Short History of American Literature. Based upon the Cambridge History of American Literature. New York: Putnam, 1922. 23.5 cm. pp. v, 428. $3.75. Reviewed by Percy H. Boynton in The New Republic, Sept. 27, 1922, XXXII, no. 408, part II, pp. 18-20; in Amer. Rev. of Reviews, July 1922, LXVI, 110.

521. VAN DOREN, CARL CLINTON. The American Novel. (Bibl. 1921, 516.) New York: The Macmillan Co., 1921. Reviewed by John C. French in Mod. Lang. Notes, Feb. 1922, XXXVII, 115–17; by Mary A. Jordan in Yale Review, Apr. 1922, n.s., x1, 659–61.

Literary Essays and Studies. BAKER, HARRY TORSEY. See below under Lamb, Charles.

BRADFORD, GAMALIEL. American Portraits, 1875-1900. See under Nineteenth Century: General.

522. CANBY, HENRY SEIDEL. Definitions: Essays in Contemporary Criticism. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1922. 20 cm. pp. x, 303. Contents: On Fiction; On the American Tradition; The New Generation; The Reviewing of Books; Philistines and Dilettanti; Men and Their Books: Conrad and Melville; The Novelist of Pity [Thomas Hardy]; Henry James; The Satiric Rage of Butler; Conclusion: Defining the Indefinable. Reviewed by Lloyd Morris in New York Times Book Review, Dec. 31, 1922, p. 7; by Bliss Perry in Lit. Review, Sept. 23, 1922, p. 45; in The Springfield Republican, Sept. II, 1922, p. 6; in North Amer. Review, Nov. 1922, CCXVI, 715–16; by Burton Rascoe in The Bookman, Oct. 1922, LVI, 224; by Joseph W. Krutch in The Nation, Oct. 4, 1922, CXV, 339; by Bliss Perry in Lit. Review, Sept. 23, 1922, p. 45; in The Springfield Republican, Sept. 11, 1922, p. 6.

523. CANBY, HENRY SEIDEL and others. Saturday Papers: Essays on Literature from The Literary Review. New York: Macmillan, 1921. 20 cm. pp. [viii], 133. $1 net. Comment by Albert T. Bell in Lit. Review, Aug. 26, 1922, p. 910.

524. CLUTTON-BROCK, A. Essays on Books. (Bibl. 1920, X, 148.) Reviewed by Vida D. Scudder in Yale Review, Apr. 1922, n.s., XI, 651-2.

COLVIN, Sir SIDNEY. See under Nineteenth Century: General.

525. CONRAD, JOSEPH. Notes on Life and Letters. (Bibl. 1921, 364.) Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page and Co., 1921. Reviewed by G. H. Clarke in Sewanee Review, Jan.-March 1922, XXX, 108; by Robert Calvin Whitford in The South Atlantic Quarterly, Apr. 1922, XXI, 189-90.

526. ERSKINE, JOHN. The Kinds of Poetry, and other Essays. New York: Duffield, 1920. 19.5 cm. pp. [x], 186. $1.50. Reviewed by Joseph Warren Beach in The New Republic, Oct. 25, 1922, XXXII, no. 412, part 11, pp. 18-19.

527. ERVINE, ST JOHN GREER. Some Impressions of My Elders. New York: Macmillan, 1922. 20 cm. pp. viii, 305. Contents: The

Author to His Readers; A E (George William Russell); Arnold Bennett; G. K. Chesterton; John Galsworthy; George Moore; Bernard Shaw; H. G. Wells; W. B. Yeats. Reprinted from North Amer. Review, 1920-1.

528. Fox, DIXON RYAN. The Historical Essay and the Critical Review. New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1921. 23 cm. pp. 25. Cover-title. Paper, 35 cents.

529. GOSSE, EDMUND. Aspects and Impressions. New York: Scribner; London: Cassell, 1922. 23 cm. pp. [x], 299 [1]. 7s. 6d. Contents: 1. George Eliot, pp. 1-16; 2. Henry James, pp. 17-53; 3. Samuel Butler, pp. 55-76; 4. A Note on Congreve, pp. 77–86; 5. The First Draft of Swinburne's 'Anactoria,' pp. 87-95; 6. The Hôtel de Rambouillet, pp. 97–121; 7. Malherbe and the Classical Reaction, pp. 123-44; 8. The Foundation of the French Academy, pp. 145–67; 9. Rousseau in England in the Nineteenth Century, pp. 169–91; 10. The Centenary of Leconte De Lisle, pp. 193–202; 11. Two French Critics: Emile Faguet-Remy de Gourmont, pp. 203-23; 12. The Writings of M. Clemenceau, pp. 225-45; 13. A Visit to the Friends of Ibsen, pp. 247-59; 14. Fairyland and a Belgian Ariosto, pp. 261–71; 15: Some Recollections of Lord Wolseley, pp. 273-90. Reviewed by Edw. Shanks in Mercury, May 1922, VI, 99–101; in Sat. Review, Mar. 25, 1922, 314-5; in The New Statesman, Apr. 22, 1922, XIX, 74; in Thế Spectator, Apr. 22, 1922, CXXVIII, 500; in The Nation-Athen., Apr. 15, 1922, XXXI, 90-1; by Richard Le Gallienne in New York Times Book Review, July 30, 1922, p. 20; in The Boston Transcript, May 3, 1922, p. 6; in The Freeman, May 24, 1922, V, 262; by E. L. Pearson in The Independent, June 24, 1922, CVIII, 560; by Ludwig Lewisohn in The Bookman, July 1922, LV, 526-7; by Robert Morss Lovett in The New Republic, Aug. 16, 1922, XXXI, 337.

530. GRANT, PERCY STICKNEY. Essays. New York: Harper, 1922. 19.5 cm. pp. 174. $1.75. Contents: Is Bernard Shaw an Immortal? Browning's Art in Monologue; The Religion of Shakespeare; Feodor Dostoevsky; The Elegiac Tone in Sculpture; The Last of the Poets.

531. HEWLETT, MAURICE. Wiltshire Essays. London; New York; Oxford: Univ. Press, 1922. 17 cm. pp. 234. 6s. 6d. Reviewed by Brander Matthews in New York Times Book Review, Aug. 27, 1922, pp. 2, 23; in The Nation-Athen., May 20, 1922, XXXI, 279–80; in Sat. Review, Feb. 18, 1922, CXXXIII, 178.

532. HEYDRICK, BENJAMIN ALEXANDER (ed.). Types of the Essay. New York: Scribner, 1921. 19.5 cm. pp. xv, 373. Reviewed in The Boston Transcript, June 14, 1922, p. 5; by Brander Matthews in New York Times Book Review, Aug. 27, 1922, pp. 2, 23.

533. HIND, Charles Lewis. More Authors and I. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1922. 20 cm. pp. viii, 302. $2.50. Deals with fifty men and women.

534. INGRAHAM, CHARLES ANSON. Washington Irving and Other Essays. Cambridge, N.Y.: The Author, 1922. 19.5 cm. pp. 281.

Essays on Irving, Cooper, Jenny Lind, Telepathy, the Prime Family,


Jones, RICHARD FOSTER. See under Nineteenth Century: General. 535. KELLEY, WILLIAM VALENTINE. The Open Fire and Other Essays. New York: The Abingdon Press, 1922. 20 cm. pp. 346. $2. Contents: Introduction. The Open Fire: a Reverie. Visible Values in Robert Browning. The Double Sky. Matthew Arnold's Apostolate. Glimpses of the Soul of Gilder. The Woods and the Inn. Some Newspaper Verse. Christina Rossetti's Devotional Prose. The Voluminous Unimportance of Positivism. The Vogue and Versatility of Wonderland Alice. Vagabond Echoes. Beating the Drum of Eternity. A Veteran Missionary. Humility. Reviewed in Lit. Review, Apr. 29, 1922, p. 626; in Methodist Review, Sept.-Oct. 1922, CV, 814–15..

536. LYND, ROBERT. Books and Authors. Cobden-Sanderson, 1922. 73 × 54. pp. 272. 7s. 6d. Reviewed by J. B. Priestley in Mercury, Nov. 1922, VII, 100–101; in T.L.S., Aug. 10, 1922; in The Nation-Athen., Oct. 28, 1922, XXXII, 160–1; in The Spectator, Oct. 7, 1922, CXXIX, 467–8; in The New Statesman, Oct. 14, 1922, XX, 48; in Sat. Review, Aug. 26, 1922, CXXXIV, 319-20.

537. MENCKEN, H. L. A Book of Prefaces. Reviewed in Engl. Review, June 1922, XXXIV, 599; in T.L.S., Apr. 20, 1922.

538. MEYNELL, ALICE. The Second Person Singular and Other Essays. (Bibl. 1921, 450.) · Reviewed in The Spectator, Jan. 7, 1922, CXXVIII, 22–23; in The Nation-Athen., Jan. 28, 1922, xxx, 656–60; in Sat. Review, Jan. 28, 1922, CXXXIII, 95; in T.L.S., Jan. 19; in The Month, Jan. 1922, CXXXIX, 82-4.

NORWOOD, GILBERT. See under Drama.

539. PAPINI, GIOVANNI. Four and Twenty Minds. Selected and Translated by Ernest Hatch Wilkins. New York: Crowell, 1922. 20.5 cm. pp. vii, 324. Front. (port.). $2.50. Includes Berkeley, Spencer, F. C. S. Schiller, Walt Whitman, Hamlet, Swift. Reviewed by Burton Rascoe in The New York Tribune, Aug. 13, 1922, p. 5; by Nathan Haskell Dole in New York Times Book Review, Nov. 19, 1922, pp. 12, 23.

540. PATTEE, FRED LEWIS. Sidelights on American Literature. New York: The Century Co., 1922. 19.5 cm. pp. [viii], 342. $2. Contents: The Age of O. Henry. A Critic in C Major [H. L. Mencken]. The Prophet of the Last Frontier [Jack London]. The Epic of New England. On the Terminal Moraine of New England Puritanism [Mary E. Wilkins Freeman]. The Shadow of Longfellow. The Modernness of Philip Freneau. The Centenary of Bryant's Poetry. Poe's Ulalume. Reviewed in The Bookman, Dec. 1922, LVI, 512.

541. QUILLER-COUCH, Sir ARTHUR. Studies in Literature. Second Series. New York: Putnam; Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1922. Demy 8vo. 23.4 cm. pp. viii, 310. 14s. Contents: 1. Byron; 2. Shelley; 3. Milton; 4. Antony and Cleopatra; 5. A Gossip on Chaucer; 6. After Chaucer; 7. The 'Victorian Age.' Reviewed in N. and Q., Aug. 26,

XI, 179; in T.L.S., June 8, 1922; in The Nation-Athen., July 8, 1922, XXXI, 508-9; in The New Statesman, July 1, 1922, XIX, 361–2; in The Spectator, Sept. 9, 1922, p. 341; by John Macy in The Nation, Dec. 6, 1922, CXV, 621.

542. ROSEBERY, ARCHIBALD PHILIP PRIMROSE, Earl of. Miscellanies, Literary and Historical. (Bibl. 1921, 488.) New York: Doran, 1921. Reviewed in New York Times Book Review, Jan. 8, 1922, pp. 7, 27; by Henry Longan Stuart in The Freeman, Sept. 27, 1922, vi, 68–9. 543. SHERMAN, Stuart P. Americans. New York: Scribner, 1922. 19.5 cm. pp. xiii, [3], 336. Contents: Mr Mencken, the Jeune Fille, and the New Spirit in Letters. Tradition. Franklin and the Age of Enlightenment. The Emersonian Liberation. Hawthorne: a Puritan Critic of Puritanism. Walt Whitman. Joaquin Miller: Poetical Conquistador of the West. A Note on Carl Sandburg. Andrew Carnegie. Roosevelt and the National Psychology. Evolution in the Adams Family. An Imaginary Conversation with Mr P. E. More.

544. SQUIRE, JOHN COLLINGS. Solomon Eagle Books in General. Third Series. New York: Doran, 1922. 19.5 cm. pp. 245. $2. Reviewed in Lit. Review, Mar. 18, 1922, p. 512.

545. STRACHEY, LYTTON. Books and Characters, French and English. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co.; London: Chatto and Windus, 1922. 23 cm. pp. xv, 324. $3.50; 12s. 6d. Includes: Sir Thomas Browne. Shakespeare's Final Period. The Lives of the Poets. The Poetry of Blake. The Last Elizabethan [Thos. L. Beddoes]. Lady Hester Stanhope. Mr Creevey. Reviewed by Gamaliel Bradford in The Atlantic Monthly, Aug. 1922, cxxx; by Lawrence Gilman in North Amer. Review, Oct. 1922, CCXVI, 553-60; by Philip Littell in The New Republic, July 19, 1922, XXXI, 219–21; by Shane Leslie in Lit. Review, June 17, 1922, pp. 737-8; by Ben Ray Redman in The Nation, Aug. 9, 1922, CXV, 169–70; by William Lyon Phelps in New York Times Book Review, July 30, 1922, pp. 5, 10 (illus.); by Raymond Mortimer in The Dial, Sept. 1922, LXXIII, 338-42; by Llewelyn Powys in The Freeman, Oct. 11, 1922, VI, 115–16; in The Springfield Republican, July 9, 1922, p. 7 a; in T.L.S., May 25, 1922; in Sat. Review, May 27, CXXXIII, 551-2; in The New Statesman, June 3, 1922, XIX, 242; ib., Corr., June 10, 1922, XIX, 264; in The Spectator, May 27, 1922, CXXVIII, 658; by J. Middleton Murry in The NationAthen., June 3, 1922, XXXI, 346–7.

546. VAN DYKE, H. Companionable Books. New York: Scribner, 1922. 19.5 cm. pp. xii, 391. Contents: The Book of Books. Poetry in the Psalms. The Good Enchantment of Dickens. Thackeray and Real Men. George Eliot and Real Women. The Poetry of Immortal Youth (Keats). The Recovery of Joy (Wordsworth). The Glory of the Imperfect (Browning). A Quaint Comrade by Quiet Streams (Walton). A Sturdy Believer (Samuel Johnson). A Puritan Plus Poetry (Emerson). An Adventurer in a Velvet Jacket (Stevenson). Reviewed by John Macy in The Nation, Dec. 6, 1922, CXV, 621.

547. WADE, Mrs MARY HAZLETON BLANCHARD. Real Americans. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1922. 19.5 cm. pp. [viii], 277. Front., ports. Includes: Theodore Roosevelt; John Burroughs; Mark Twain; Edward Everett Hale.

548. WINCHESTER, CALEB THOMAS. The Old Castle, and Other Essays. New York: Macmillan, 1922. 22.3 cm. pp. xx, 395. Front. (port.). Contents: An Old Castle. As You Like It. Antony and Cleopatra. The Winter's Tale. Shakespeare the Man. The Literature of the Age of Queen Anne. The Life of Swift. Burns. Ruskin. Browning. Art, Love, and Religion in the Poetry of Robert Browning. Clough. A New England Mystic.

Aspects of Literature. BRIE, FRIEDRICH. Exotismus der Sinne. Eine Studie zur Psychologie der Romantik. See under Nineteenth Century: General.

549. BULLETT, GERALD. Exuberance in Literature. The Living Age, Jan. 28, 1922, CCCXII, 240-3. From The New Statesman, Nov. 26,


550. BURCHARDT, C. Ny romantik i engelsk litteratur. Nordisk Tidskrift, Stockholm, 1922, PP. 478–99. [Features of romanticism chiefly in present day English Literature.]

551. CONSTANT Reader (pseud.). The Books of Youth. Lit. Review, Sept. 9, 1922, p. 9.

552. - The Fantastic in Fiction. Lit. Review, July 8, 1922, p. 791. DARLINGTON, W. A. See under Drama.

553. DE BLACAM, AODH. The Heroic Note in Irish Literature. The Nation, Sept. 27, 1922, CXV, 303-4.

554. Deutschbein, Max. Das Wesen des Romantischen. Cöthen: Schulze, 1921. 8vo. pp. vii, 120. Reviewed by Friedrich Schroeder in Lit. Zentralbl., Nov. 1921, LXXII, 877; by H. Jantzen in Z. f. franz. u. engl. Unterricht, 1922, XXI, 230-1.

Fehr, BernarD. See under Nineteenth Century: General. 555. FRYE, PROSSER HALL.

Romance and Tragedy. Boston: M. Jones, 1922. 20 cm. pp. ix, 341. $2.50. Contents: Literature and Criticism. The Terms Classic and Romantic. German Romanticism. Nietzsche. The Idea of Greek Tragedy. Racine. Shakespeare and Sophocles. Structure and Style.

HERFORD, C. H. Romanticism in the Modern World. See under English Association.

556. HODGSON, GERALDINE E. English Mystics. Mowbray, 1922. Cr. 8vo. pp. 398. 7s. 6d.

JONES, RICHARD FOSTER. See under Nineteenth Century: General. 557. KRUTCH, JOSEPH WOOD. A Note on Irony. The Nation, Nov. 1, 1922, cxv, 473-4.

558. MATTHEWS, BRANDER. Literary Colonialism. New York Times Book Review, Mar. 5, 1922, p. 2.

559. MORDELL, ALBERT. The Literature of Ecstasy. (Bibl. 1921, 457.) New York: Boni and Liveright, 1921. Reviewed by Lawrence

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