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BINYON, LAURENCE. The English Ode. See under Royal Society of Literature.

616. BLISS, HERBERT W. Poets and the Dawn. The Month, Jan. 1922, CXXXIX, 24-35.

617. BRIDGES, ROBERT. A Paper on Free Verse. North Amer. Review, Nov. 1922, CCXVI, 647-58. See also under Metre.

618. BROWN, STEPHEN J. The Realm of Poetry. Harrap, 1921; Macmillan, 1922. Reviewed by W. van Doorn, English Studies, Feb. 1922, IV, 40–41; in Lit. Review, Nov. 18, 1922, p. 126.

BRUNNER, KARL. See under Metre and Style.

CAMPBELL, O. D. See under English Folk Songs, etc., No. 431.

619. CLARK, DONALD LEMEN. Rhetoric and Poetry in the Renaissance: a Study of Rhetorical Terms in English Renaissance Criticism. New York: Lemcke and Buechner, 1922. 21 cm. pp. x, 166. $2. Columbia Univ. Studies in English and Comparative Literature. 620. CLARK, LUCIEN. Spiritual Vision of Nature Poets. Methodist Review, July-Aug. 1922, Cv, 604–9.

621. CONKLING, GRACE HAZARD. Children and Poetry. The Bookman, Nov. 1922, LVI, 288–91. Illus.

622. DONKIN, E. H. The Theory of Poetry. Cornhill, June 1922, No. 312, n.s., 694–702.

623. FALLS, CYRIL. Little Poets. Sat. Review, Dec. 3; Living Age, Jan. 14, 1922, CCCXII, 115-17.

624. FERRAR, W. J. The Poetry of Sussex. Nineteenth Century, Feb. 1922, XCI, 229-35.

625. 576-83.

On Women Poets. Nineteenth Century, Oct. 1922, XCII,

626. GEORGE, R. L. GORDON. Personal Religion and Poetry. Nineteenth Century, June 1922, XCI, 953–63.

627. GRAVES, ROBERT. On English Poetry: Being an Irregular Approach to the Psychology of This Art from Evidence mainly Subjective. New York: Knopf; London: Heinemann, 1922. 20 cm. pp. xi, 113-49. $2; 8s. 6d. Reviewed at length in T.L.S., Sept. 14, 1922; in Sat. Review, Oct. 28, cxxxiv, 639-40; in The New Statesman, Sept. 23, 1922, XIX, 668; in The Spectator, Aug. 5, 1922, CXXIX, 184-5; by J. Middleton Murry in The Nation-Athen., Sept. 16, 1922, XXXI, 797–8; by Joseph Wood Krutch in Lit. Review, Aug. 12, 1922, p. 868; reply by Graves, Oct. 7, p. 98. Reviewed by Mark Van Doren in The Nation, Aug. 30, 1922, CXV, 214; by John Gould Fletcher in The Freeman, Nov. 1, 1922, VI, 187-8; by Conrad Aiken in The New Republic, Nov. 22, 1922, XXXII, 340-1; by William S. Braithwaite in The Boston Transcript, June 24, 1922, p. 7; by Richard Le Gallienne in New York Times Book Review, Aug. 27, 1922, pp. 3, 16 (illus.). HAMILTON THOMPSON, A. See above under English Association. 628. HERFORD, C. H. Some Approaches to Religion through Poetry. Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, Manchester, July 1922, VII, 23-55.

629. HEUSLER, ANDREAS. Über die Balladendichtung des Spätmittelalters namentlich im skandinavischen Norden. G. R. Mon., Jan.-Feb. 1922, X, 16–31.

630. HEWLETT, MAURICE. The 'Facts' in Poetry. Cornhill, Aug. 1922, No. 314, n.s., 246–56.

631. HORN, WILHELM. Dichter und Berufstätigkeit. (Aus Anlass von Hechts Burns-Biographie.) Archiv, Oct. 1922, LXXVI, 89–90. HUBBELL, JAY B. and BEATY, O. An Introduction to Poetry. See under Histories of Literature.

632. HUXLEY, ALDOUS. The Subject Matter of Poetry. Lit. Review, Sept. 23, 1922, PP. 41–2.

INGE, WILLIAM Ralph (ed.). See under Royal Society of Literature. 633. JOHNSON, LIONEL PIGOT. Reviews and Critical Papers. (Bibl. 1921, 417.) Reviewed in The Catholic World, Jan. 1922, CXIV, 551-2.

634. LOTSPEICH, CLAUDE MEEK. Poetry, Prose, and Rhythm. Publ. Mod. Lang. Assoc. of America, June 1922, XXXVII, 293–310. 635. Lowes, JoHN LIVINGSTON. Convention and Revolt in Poetry. Constable, 1922. 12s. 6d. Reviewed in T.L.S., Apr. 6, 1922.

636. MARKS, JEANNETTE. On Reading Poetry To-Day. North Amer. Review, June 1922, CCxv, 827–37.

637. MASON, MICHAEL. Poetry, Science and the Plain Man. Contemp. Review, Mar. 1922, CXXI, 344-54.

638. MAYNARD, THEODORE. Our Best Poets, English and American. New York: Holt, 1922. 20 cm. pp. xxi, 233. $2. Reviewed in New York Times Book Review, Dec. 31, 1922, p. 6 (illus.).

639. NEIHARDT, JOHN GNEISENAU. Laureate Address. Chicago: The Bookfellows, 1921. 19.5 cm. pp. 419. Little Bookfellows Series. $1.25. The function of poetry in education.

640 NETHERCOT, ARTHUR HOBART. The Term "Metaphysical Poets" before Johnson. Mod. Lang. Notes, Jan. 1922, XXXVII, II-17. 641. PARSONS, ELSIE CLEWS. Tale and Song from Virginia. Journ. Amer. Folklore, Jan. 1921, XXXIV, 125.

642. PERRY, BLISS. A Study of Poetry. 1920. (Bibl. 1921, 568.) Reviewed by John Freeman in Mercury, Jan. 1922, V, 324.

643. POUND, LOUISE. Poetic Origins and the Ballad. (Bibl. 1921, 483.) Reviewed by F. R. Moore in Engl. Stud., Oct. 1922, LVI, 428– 33; by Allen Mawer in Mod. Lang. Review, July 1922, XVII, 297–9; by E. F. Piper in Philol. Quarterly, Jan. 1922, 1, 78–9.

644. PRESCOTT, FREDERICK CLARKE. The Poetic Mind. London and New York: Macmillan, 1922. 20.5 cm. pp. xx, [2], 308. 9s. Reviewed in North Amer. Review, June 1922, ccxv, 855-6; by Clark S. Northup in The Cornell Alumni News, Apr. 20, 1922, Xxiv, 328; by Thomas Jewell Craven in The Dial, July 1922, LXXIII, 103-5; by Mark Van Doren in Lit. Review, June 3, 1922, p. 700; by Conrad Aiken in The New Republic, July 19, 1922, xxx1, 222–4; by Albert Mordell in The Freeman, Aug. 16, 1922, V, 548-9; by J. F. in The

Bookman, June 1922, LV, 415; in The New York Medical Journ., Jan. 3, 1923, CXVII, 57; in Lond. Quart. Review, Oct. 1922, No. 48, pp. 277-8; in Engl. Review, Aug. 1922, xxxv, 182-3; in The New Statesman, Oct. 21, 1922, xx, 84; by J. Middleton Murry in The Nation-Athen., Sept. 9, 1922, XXXI, 769–70; by R. Petsch in Lit. Zentralbl., Sept. 1922, LXXIII, 747-8.

645. PURCHAse, Henry G. The Poetry of Progress. Nineteenth Century, May 1922, XCI, 902-12.

646. REDFEARN, SUSAN FORT. Songs from Georgia. Journ. Amer. Folklore, Jan. 1921, XXXIV, 121–4.

647. ROXBURGH, J. F. The Poetic Procession: an Introduction to English Poetry. Blackwell, 1922. Cr. 8vo. pp. 96. 2s. 6d.

648. Salzmann, L. F. The Poet in the Kitchen. Cornhill, Aug. 1922, No. 314, n.s., 184–91.

649. SEAGLE, WILLIAM. Ars Poetica. Amer. Law Review, May 1922, LVI, 463–7.

SHARP, C. F. See above under English Folk Songs, etc., No. 431. 650. THOMPSON, Elbert N. S. Between The Shepheards Calendar and The Seasons. Philol. Quarterly, Jan. 1922, 1, 23–30.

651. Times Literary Supplement, The. On the Nature of Poetry. Leading Article, Oct. 12, 1922. Cf. ib., Dec. 7, J. E. Wetherell.

652. VERSTEEG, JOHN M. The Preacher and Modern Poetry. Methodist Review, Nov.-Dec. 1922, CV, 926-31.

653. WALTON, EDA LOU. Navaho Poetry: an Interpretation. Texas Review, Apr. 1922, VII, 198–210.

WEBER, FREDERICK PARKER. See below under Art.

654. WHITE, NEWMAN IVEY. Racial Feeling in Negro Po The South Atlantic Quarterly, Jan. 1922, XXI, 14-29.

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655. WILLIAMS-ELLIS, A. An Anatomy of Modern Poetry. York: Macmillan, n.d. [1922]; Oxford: Blackwell, 1922. 8vo. pp $2.50 and 7s. 6d. Reviewed in Contemp. Review, Nov. 1922, GYXII, 672-3; shortly in T.L.S., July 27 (Literary); in The Spectator, J 8, 1922, CXXIX, 47-8; in Sat. Review, Aug. 12, 1922, CXXXIV, 257. Drama. AGATE, James EverSHED. Alarums and Excursions. under Twentieth Century: General.

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656. AKINS, ZOE. The Writing of a Play. The Drama, Mar. 1922, XII, 191-2.

657. ALDINGTON, RICHARD. Tragedy in Prose. Lit. Review, June 24, 1922, 753-4.

658. BAKER, George Pierce. Dramatic Technique. (Bibl. 1921, 333.) Reviewed in T.L.S., Jan. 12, 1922; in Sat. Review, Feb. 18, 1922, CXXXIII, 180.

659. BLOCH, STELLA. Dancing and the Drama East and West. With an Introduction by Ananda Coomaraswamy. New York: Orientalia, 1922. Contents: i. The Ideal Drama. ii. The Theatre in the East. Reviewed in The Theatre Arts Mag., July 1922, VI, 261. BROOKS, NEIL C. See under Types and Motives in Literature.

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660. CAMMAERTS, EMILE. Incidental Scenes and the Greek Chorus. North Amer. Review, Feb. 1922, CCXV, 212-19.

661. CARNEY, MARY PERSIS. Religious Plays. Quart. Journ. of Speech Education, Nov. 1922, VIII, 338–53.

662. CHENEY, SHELDON. The Painter in the Theatre. The Theatre Arts Mag., July 1922, VI, 191–9.

663. DARLINGTON, W. A. Through the Fourth Wall. [Dramatic criticism.] Chapman and Hall, 1922. 9 × 5. pp. 256. 12s. 6d.

664. EDMONDSON, DELMAR J. Writing the One-Act Play. Part IV. The Drama, Jan. 1922, XII, 136, 176, 208–9.

665. EICHLER, ALBERT. Schauspielerinnen in London um 1600? Anglia Beibl., May 1922, XXXIII, 118–20.

666. ERVINE, ST JOHN. The Realistic Test in Drama. Yale Review, Jan. 1922, n.s., XI, 285–303.

667. FLETCHER, Jefferson BUTLER. Herod in the Drama. Studies in Philology, July 1922, XIX, 292–307.

668. HOPKINS, ARTHUR. The Theatre's Contact with Life. The Drama, Apr. 1922, XII, 237-8.

669. GAW, ALLISON. Studying the Play. Los Angeles: The Univ. of Southern California Press, 1921. 20 cm. pp. 24. Reviewed in The Drama, Jan. 1922, XII, 135.

670. GRANVILLE-BARKER, HARLEY. The Exemplary Theatre. Boston: Little, Brown and Co.; London: Chatto and Windus, 1922. 21.5 cm. pp. xvi, [2], 270. $2 net and 9s. Reviewed by Charles Swain Thomas in The Atlantic Monthly, Sept. 1922, cxxx; by S. Y. in The New Republic, Aug. 2, 1922, XXXI, 284; by E. C. Mabie in Quart. Journ. of Speech Education, Nov. 1922, VIII, 391–5; by Raymond A. Preston in The Freeman, Dec. 13, 1922, VI, 333-4; by I. B. H. in The Drama, Dec. 1922, XIII, 99; in The Theatre Arts Mag., Oct. 1922, VI, 346–7; by Richard Burton in Lit. Review, June 24, 1922, pp. 755-6; in T.L.S. (Leading Article), Mar. 23; cf. William Poel, T.L.S., Corr., Apr. 6; by Horace Shipp in Engl. Review, June 1922, XXXIV, 559–61; in The Spectator, Apr. 8, 1922, PP. 432-3. 671. GRAVES, THORNTON SHIRLEY. The Comedy of Stage Death. The South Atlantic Quarterly, Apr. 1922, XXI, 109–26.

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Some Aspects of Extemporal Acting. Studies in Philology, Oct. 1922, XIX, 429–56.

674. JELLIFFE, SMITH ELY and BRINK, LOUISE. Psychoanalysis and the Drama. Nervous and Mental Disease Monograph, Series 34. New York: Nervous and Mental Disease Pub. Co., 1922. 25 cm. pp. v, 162. Paper, $3.

675. LETTS, WINFRED M. The First Dramatic Critic. Yale Review, Apr. 1922, n.s., XI, 613-19.

676. MACGOWAN, KENNETH. Back to Shakspere: a Review of the Attempts to Recapture the Theatrical Vigor of the Dramatist and

His Stage in the Theater of To-Day. Illus. by Hugh Ferriss. The Century, July 1922, CIV, 395-405.

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679. MATTHEWS, BRANDER. Old Plays and New Playgoers. Scribner's, Apr. 1922, LXXI, 475-80.

680. MOORE, JOHN ROBERT. Ancestors of Autolycus in the English Moralities and Interludes. Washington Univ. Studies, Hum. Ser., Apr. 1922, IX, 157–64.

681. MOSES, MONTROSE JONAS. American Plays of Our Forefathers. North Amer. Review, June 1922, ccxv, 790–804.

682. MOULT, THOMAS. Art in the European Theatre. Yale Review, July 1922, n.s., XI, 732-45.

683. NORWOOD, GILBERT. Euripides and Bernard Shaw, with other Essays. (Bibl. 1921, 471.) Reviewed in The New Statesman, Jan. 14, 1922, XVIII, 428.

684. RAYMOND, ROBERT L. Some Recollections of Youthful Playgoing. The Harvard Graduate's Mag., Sept. 1922, XXXI, 24–34.

685. REED, ARTHUR W. The Beginnings of the English Secular and Romantic Drama. The Shakespeare Association, Pamphlet No. 7. Milford, 1922. Roy. 8vo. 91 × 6. pp. 32. 2s. Reviewed in The Spectator, Oct. 21 (Suppl.), 1922, CXXIX, 534-6. See also No. 1107. 686. ROOF, KATHERINE METCALF. Does the Popular Represent Public Taste? Part II. The Drama, Jan. 1922, XII, 124.

687. Ross, CLARENDON. Drama is the Same throughout the Ages. Illus. The Drama, Oct. 1922, XIII, 9–12.

688. Row, ARTHUR. The Novel Dramatized. The Drama, Apr. 1922, XII, 232, 248.

689. SAYLER, OLIVER MARTIN. Translation and the Theatre. North Amer. Review, Jan. 1922, CCXV, 109–16.

690. SHANKS, EDWARD. The Position in the Theatre. Mercury, Dec. 1921; Living Age, Feb. 18, 1922, CCCXII, 421-7.

SMART, J. S. See above under English Association, Vol. VIII.

691. SOTHERN, EDWARD HUGH. Tradition. The Drama, Feb. 1922, XII, 151-2.

692. TAFT, LINWOOD. Technique of Pageantry. Grafton, 1922. 8vo. pp. 168. 10s. 6d.

693. THALER, ALWIN. Shakespere to Sheridan: a Book about the Theatre of Yesterday and To-day, with Illustrations from the Harvard Theatre Collection. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press; Oxford: Milford, 1922. 22.5 cm. pp. xviii, 339 [1]. Front., plates, facsims., ports. $5 and 21s. Reviewed by R. A. P. in The Freeman, Aug. 9, 1922, V, 526; by W. J. Lawrence in Mod. Lang. Review, Oct. 1922, XVII, 418-24; in T.L.S., June 15, 1922; in The New Statesman, Sept. 16, 1922, XIX, 640–2; in The Spectator, Sept. 2, 1922, CXXIX, 313; by Brander Matthews in New York Times Book Review, May 21,

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