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1110. SMITH, Preserved. The Age of the Reformation. J. Cape. 30s. Reviewed in T.L.S., June 22, 1922.

IIII. SPENS, JANET. Elizabethan Drama. Methuen. 5s. Reviewed in The New Statesman, July 22, 1922, XIX, 448; in The Nation-Athen., Oct. 21, 1922, XXXII, 126–7.

1112. STILLMAN, J. M. Paracelsus. Open Court, 1922. IOS. Reviewed by E. N. Andrade in Mercury, Dec., VII, 221.

1113. STOPES, CHARLOTTE CARMICHAEL. The Seventeenth Century Accounts of the Masters of the Revels. (Shakespeare Assoc.) Milford. Roy. 8vo. pp. 36. 2s. Reviewed in N. and Q., Oct. 14, XI, 320; shortly in T.L.S. (Literary), Sep. 28.

1114. TAYLOR, HENRY OSBORN. Thought and Expression in the Sixteenth Century. (Bibl. 1920, X, I, II; 1921, 802.) Reviewed by Wilbur L. Cross in Yale Review, Jan. 1922, n.s., XI, 416-18.

1115. THALER, ALWIN. Minor Actors and Employees in the Elizabethan Theater. Modern Philology, Aug. 1922, XX, 49–60.

1116. THORNTON, RICHARD H. Paul Eber's Calendar, 1559. N. and Q., July 8, x1, 25; July 22, p. 64; cf. Aug. 5, p. 114; Aug. 26, P. 177.

1117. Times Literary Supplement, The. A Book of Words [on Robert Nares' Glossary of Shakespeare and his Contemporaries]. Leading Article, June 1, 1922; cf. Corr., June 8.

1118. WILLEY, BASIL. Tendencies in Renaissance Literary Theory. Macmillan. 8vo. pp. 48. 2s. 6d.


'A Larum for London or The Siege of Antwerpe.' 1119. PAUL, EMIL. Über 'A Larum for London or The Siege of Antwerpe.' MS Diss., Erlangen, 1921. pp. vi, 118. Summary, Erlangen, 1921. 8vo. PP. 2.

Bacon, Francis. 1120. BAUM, PAULL FRANKLIN. What is Truth? Sewanee Review, Jan.-Mar. 1922, XXX, 58–62.

1121. BENSLY, EDW. Note on quotation. N. and Q., Jan. 7, x, 12. 1122. GODIER, THÉRÈSE. L'attitude de Bacon à l'égard de la religion. Rev. de l'enseignement des Langues Vivantes, Nov. 1922Fév. 1923 (4 articles).

1123. GORDON, J. W. Bacon's Philosophical Writings. Nineteenth Century, xCI, 841-57.

1123 a. KINDERVATER, JOSEPH WILHELM. Die Bildersprache in Francis Bacon's Essays und Advancement of Learning. MS Diss., Göttingen, 1921. Summary in Jahrb. d. phil. Fak. Göttingen, 1922, Part 1, 31-2.

1124. STEHLÍK, Č. O Dlabačově převodu Baconovy “Nové Atlantidy." (Dlabač's translation of Bacon's "New Atlantis.") Časopis pro moderní filologii, 1922–3, IX, 40–51.


Význam Fr. Bacona pro náš nynější stav. (Poznámky

k českému vydání jeho spisu Nové Organon.) (The importance of Fr. Bacon for our present situation.) Nové Čechy, 1922–3, VI, 9.

1126. František Bacon: Nové Organon, převedli ČESTmír Stehlík a ALOIS STEJSKAL S úvodem a poznákami Č. STEHLÍKA. (F. Bacon's Novum Organum, transl. by Č. S. and A. S. With introduction and notes by Č. Stehlík.) Praha, 1922, Introduction, V-LXIV.

1127. TRUC, GONZAGUE. Le chancelier Bacon et le matérialisme scientifique. Rev. Hebdomadaire, 28 janv. 1922, pp. 394–402.

1128. WHITING, MARY BRADFORD. Anne, Lady Bacon. Contemp. Review, Oct. 1922, CXXII, 497–508.

Ballads. 1129. ROLLINS, Hyder EdwarD. Old English Ballads, 1553-1625. (Bibl. 1921, 801.) Reviewed in Engl. Hist. Review, Jan. 1922, XXXVII, 143; by F. R. Moore in Engl. Stud., Oct. 1922, LVI, 433-4.

See also under Middle English and the Seventeenth Century.

Bellenden, John. 1130. CHAMBERS, R. W. and SETON, Walter. Bellenden's Translation of the History of Hector Boece. Scottish Hist. Review, Apr. 1922, XIX, 196–201.

Bryskett, Lodowick. 1131. PLOMER, HENRY R. Lodowick Bryskett. T.L.S., Corr., Dec. 21, 1922.

Burton, William. 1132. The Loves of Clitophon and Leucippe. Translated from the Greek of Achilles Tatius by William Burton, 1579. Reprinted for the first time from a Copy now Unique. Edited by STEPHEN GASELEE and H. F. B. BRETT-SMITH. Blackwell. 42s. Charlemagne. 1133. Charlemagne (the Distracted Emperor): Drame Elisabéthain Anonyme. Édition Critique avec Introduction et Notes, par Franck L. Schoell. Princeton, N.J.: Univ. Press, 1920. 26 cm. pp. [iv], 157. Reviewed by Elbert N. S. Thompson in Philol. Quarterly, Apr. 1922, 1, 158.

Coryate, Thomas. 1134. SHOREY, PAUL. A Postliminear Corollarium for Coryate. Mod. Lang. Notes, Jan. 1922, XXXVII, 53-5.

Davies, Sir John. 1135. Orchestra; or A Poeme of Dauncing, 1596. Stanton Press, 1922. 103 × 8. pp. viii, 61. 21s. [Reprint.] Reviewed in T.L.S., Sept. 21, 1922.

Dee, Dr John. 1136. HORT, G. M. Dr John Dee: Elizabethan Mystic and Astrologer. Rider, 1922. 18mo. pp. 72. 2s. Reviewed shortly in T.L.S. (Biography), July 6, 1922.

Dekker, Thomas. BRETT-SMITH, H. F. B. (ed.). See under Seventeenth Century.

Drayton, Michael (1563–1631). IDEN, OTTO. See under Syntax. 1137. Times Literary Supplement, The. The Happy Island. Leading Article, Aug. 17, 1922.

1138. VON SCHAUBERT, ELSE. Zu der Frage nach Draytons Anteil an Shakespeares 'Heinrich VI.' Engl. Stud., Oct. 1922, LVI, 463-75.


Draytons Anteil an 'Heinrich VI,' 2. u. 3. Teil. (Bibl. 1920, X, 16; 1921, 982.) Reviewed by H. Jantzen in Z. f. franz. u.

engl. Unterricht, 1922, XXI, 138-9; by H. B. Charlton in Mod. Lang. Review, July 1922, XVII, 301-3.

Eliot, Sir Thomas. 1140. GOODE, CLEMENT TYSON. Sir Thomas Eliot's Titus and Gysippus. Mod. Lang. Notes, Jan. 1922, XXXVII, I–II. 1141. SCHROEDER, KURT. Platonismus in der englischen Renaissance vor und bei Thomas Eliot nebst Neudruck von Eliots 'Disputacion Platonike,' 1533. (Bibl. 1920, X, 18.) Reviewed by A. Ludwig in Archiv, Aug. 1922, CXLIII, 285-6.

Erasmus, Desiderius. 1142. Opus Epistolarum. Denuo recognitum P. S. ALLEN. Tom. 4, 1519-21. Milford, 1922. Roy. 8vo. pp. 671. 28s. Reviewed in T.L.S. (Leading Article), Nov. 23; cf. M. W. Brockwell, Corr., Nov. 30.

1143. GIBSON, FRANK M. Erasmus: a Humanist Among Reformers. Sewanee Review, Jan.-Mar. 1922, XXX, 2–19.

1144. SAVAGE, HOWARD JAMES. The First Visit of Erasmus to England. Publ. Mod. Lang. Assoc. of America, Mar. 1922, XXXVII, 94-112.

Fletcher, John. 1145. VOGT, GEORGE MCGILL. The Wife of Bath's Tale, Women Pleased, and La Fée Urgele: a Study in the Transformation of Folk-Lore Themes in Drama. Mod. Lang. Notes, June 1922, XXXVII, 339-42.

Florio, John. 1146. CHAMBRun, Comtesse de Longworth. Giovanni Florio. (Bibl. 1921, 777.) Reviewed by J. Prinsen in English Studies, Dec. 1922, IV, 239–41; in T.L.S., June 1; cf. Longworth Chambrun in T.L.S., Corr., June 22, 1922.

1147. MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE. Five Essays translated by John Florio. Milford. 18mo. pp. 87. Is. 3d.

Greene, Robert. 1148. Newes both from Heauen and Hell. By B. R., 1593; and Greene's Funerall, by R. B., 1594. Repr. from the orig. eds. with notes, etc., by R. B. MCKERROW. New ed. Blackwell. 8vo. 9 × 6. pp. 107. 7s. 6d.

Greville, Fulke. BRANDL, ALOIS. See under Shakespeare.

Grimald, Nicholas. 1149. MERRILL, LE ROY. Nicholas Grimald, the Judas of the Reformation. Publ. Mod. Lang. Assoc. of America, June 1922, XXXVII, 216–27.

Hawes, Stephen. 1150. HEINDL. Quellen von Hawes' Gedicht: 'The Pastime of Pleasure,' 2. Hälfte. MS Diss., München, 1921.

Heywood, John. 1151. BOLWell, Robert W. The Life and Works of John Heywood. New York: Columbia Univ. Press; London: Milford, 1922. 81 × 51. pp. xiii, 188. 10s. 6d. Reviewed in T.L.S., Aug. 24, 1922.

1152. The Life and Works of John Heywood. (Columbia Univ. Studies in English and Comparative Literature.) New York: Columbia Univ. Press, 1921. 21 cm. pp. xiii. 188 incl. geneal. table. $2.50. Reviewed in The Spectator (Suppl.), Oct. 21, 1922, CXXIX, 532. Heywood, Thomas. 1153. CLARK, ARTHUR MELVILLE. Thomas Heywood as a Critic. Mod. Lang. Notes, Apr. 1922, XXXVII, 217–23.

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1154. The Captives, or The Lost Recovered. (Bibl. 1921, 817.) Edited by ALEXANDER CORBIN JUDSON. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1921. pp. 180. Reviewed by S. C. C. in Mod. Lang. Notes, Jan. 1922, XXXVII, 63-4; by C. R. Baskervill in Modern Philology, May 1922, XIX, 421-2. See also Nos. 1467, 1468.

Hooker, Richard. 1155. Preface to "The Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity." Cambridge: Univ. Press, 1922. 18mo. pp. 74. Is. 3d. [Reprint.]

Interludes. 156. An Enterlude of Welth and Helth. Eine englische Moralität des 16. Jahrhunderts. Edited by Ferdinand Holthausen. Second revised edition. Englische Textbibliothek, 17. Heidelberg: Winter, 1922. 8vo. pp. xix, 50.

1157. The Interlude of Youth. With Introduction by John Drinkwater. Reprinted in Modern English [from William Copland's edition, c. 1560]. Gowans and Gray. 6 × 4. pp. 39. Is.

MOORE, JOHN ROBERT. See under Literature: General. No. 680. Jonson, Ben. 1158. Every Man in His Humour. (Bibl. 1921, 818.) Edited with Introduction, Notes and Glossary by Henry Holland CARTER. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press; London: Milford, 1921. Reviewed by Thomas M. Parrott in Lit. Review, May 13, 1922, p. 650; in T.L.S., Mar. 2, 1922; by E. Eckhardt in Engl. Stud., Apr. 1922, LVI, 331-2.

1159. BRADLey, Jesse FrANKLIN and Adams, Joseph QUINCY. The Jonson Allusion Book: a Collection of Allusions to Ben Jonson from 1597 to 1700. (Cornell Studies in English.) New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1922. 24.5 cm. pp. vi, 466. Reviewed by Clark S. Northup in The Cornell Alumni News, Oct. 26, 1922, XXV, 64.

1160. GREENWOOD, Sir GRANVILLE GEORGE. Ben Jonson and Shakespeare. (Bibl. 1921, 886.) Hartford, Conn.: Edwin Valentine Mitchell, 1921. Reviewed in Lit. Review, Apr. 29, 1922, p. 626; by H. B. F. in The Freeman, June 21, 1922, v, 358.

HÖPNER, ARTUR. See under Syntax.

1161. SWAEN, A. E. H. Two notes on Ben Jonson's Tale of a Tub. Neophilologus, July 1922, VII, 279–80.

Marlowe, Christopher. 1162. The Jew of Malta [as performed by the Phoenix Soc.]. Reviewed in Blackwood's, Dec. 1922, CCXII, 833-4; by W. J. Turner in Mercury, Dec., VII, 199–201.

1163. BROOKE, TUCKER. Marlowe's Versification and Style. Studies in Philology, Apr. 1922, XIX, 186–205.


The Reputation of Christopher Marlowe. Trans. Conn. Acad. of Arts and Sciences, June 1922, XXV, 347–408.


The Marlowe Canon. Publ. Mod. Lang. Assoc. of

America, Sept. 1922, XXXVII, 367–417.


The Prototype of Marlowe's "Jew of Malta." T.L.S., Corr., June 8, 1922.

1167. FISCHER, OTOKAR. Edvard Druhy. [Czech translation of Edward II.] Kladno: J. Snajdr. T.L.S. (Short Notice), June 29, 1922.

1168. THIMMe, Margarete. Marlowe's 'Jew of Malta.' Stil- und Echtheitsfragen. (Bibl. 1921, 831.) Reviewed by H. Jantzen in Z. f. franz. u. engl. Unterricht, 1922, XXI, 226–7; by G. Ch. van Langenhove in Leuvensche Bijdragen, 1922, XIV, Bijblad, 7–8.

1169. TURNER, W. J. The Tragedy of the Rich Jew of Malta. The Spectator, Nov. 11, 1922, CXXIX, 695-6. [A criticism of the performance of the 'Jew of Malta' by the Phoenix Society.] See No. 1162.

More, Sir Thomas. 1170. ONCKEN, HERMANN. Die Utopia des Thomas Morus und das Machtproblem in der Staatslehre. Sitzungsber. d. Heidelberger Akad. der Wissensch. Phil. hist. Kl. II. Heidelberg: Winter, 1922. 8vo. pp. 25.

1171. ROGERS, ELIZABETH FRANCES. A Calendar of the Correspondence of Sir Thomas More. Engl. Hist. Review, Oct. 1922, XXXVII, 546-64.

Mulcaster, Richard. 1172. RENWICK, W. L. Mulcaster and Du Bellay. Mod. Lang. Review, July 1922, XVII, 282-7.

Munday, Anthony. 1173. GREG, W. W. The Date of "John a Kent." T.L.S., Corr., Nov. 16, 30, 1922; cf. Lawrence in T.L.S., Corr., Nov. 23. See also under Sixteenth Century, General, W. J. Lawrence. North, Sir Thomas. 1174. ALLEN, P. S. The Birth of Thomas North. Engl. Hist. Review, Oct. 1922, xxxvII, 565–6.

Peele, George. 1175. MOORE SMITH, G. C. Notes on Peele. Mod. Lang. Review, July 1922, XVII, 290–3.

Phillip, John. 1176. PAUL, HEINRICH. The Commodye of pacient and meeke Grissill by John Phillip. MS Diss., Erlangen, 1921. 2to. pp. xviii, 260. Summary, Erlangen, 1921. 8vo. pp. 2.

Raleigh, Sir Walter (c. 1552-1618). 1177. FIRTH, CHARLES H. Sir Walter Raleigh's History of the World. Proceed. British Academy, 1917-18, pp. 427-46. Reviewed by F. Liebermann in Archiv, Apr. 1922, CXLIII, 147-8.

Richard III (Saga). 1177 a. Campbell, OSCAR JAMES. The Position of the 'Roode en witte Roos' in the Saga of King Richard III. (Univ. of Wisconsin Studies in Lang. and Lit., v.) Madison, 1919. pp. 169. Reviewed by W. Keller in Shak. Jahrb., 1922, LVIII, 139.

Sackville, Thomas and others. 1178. FEASEY, EVELINE I. The Licensing of “The Mirror for Magistrates." Library, Dec. 1922, III, 177-93.

Shakespeare, John. 1179. SAVAGE, RICHARD and FRIPP, EDGAR I. Minutes and Accounts of the Corporation of Stratford-upon-Avon. (Bibl. 1921, 838.) Reviewed by Caroline A. J. Skeel in Engl. Hist. Review, Apr. 1922, XXXVII, 282-3.

Shakespeare, William. The New Shakespeare. Cambridge: Univ. Press. See below under Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch.

1180. Yale Shakespeare, The. Yale Univ. Press; London: Milford, 1922. 18mo. 4s. 6d. each. (1) The Merry Wives of Windsor, edited by G. Van Santvoord. (2) Twelfth Night, edited by G. H. Nettleton.

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