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DE MILLE, GEORGE E. See 1627.

409. DONNELly, Francis PATRICK. Art Principles in Literature. New York: Macmillan, 1924. 19.5 cm. pp. xx, 144. $1.50.

410. DRINKWATER, JOHN. Patriotism in Literature. (The Home University Library.) Williams and Norgate, 1924. 63 × 41. PP. 255. 2s. 6d. Rev. in T.L.S., July 10, 1924.

ELLIOTT, GEORGE R. See 1416.

411. ELLIS, HAVELOK. Impressions and Comments. 3rd Series. Boston: Houghton, 1924. 22.5 cm. pp. iv, 241. $3. Rev. by Mark Van Doren in Nation, Dec. 10, 1924, CXIX, 640; by Robert M. Lovett in New Republic, Dec. 31, 1924, XLI, 149–50.

412. FALLS, CYRIL. The Critic's Armoury. Cobden-Sanderson, 1924. 7 × 5. PP. 224. 7s. 6d. Contents:-1. The Critic's Armoury, PP. 9-22. 2. The Divine Poet [Crashaw], pp. 23-38. 3. Andrew Marvell, pp. 39–60. 4. Pascal, pp. 61-78. 5. Congreve, pp. 79–95. 6. The Poetry of Collins, pp. 96–108. 7. Christopher Smart, pp. 109– 20. 8. Four Hunting Classics, pp. 121-48. 9. De Régnier, pp. 149–68. 10. The Charles Men, pp. 169–76. 11. Barrès, pp. 177–201. 12. Proust, Pp. 201–15. 13. The Problem of War-History, pp. 216–24. Rev. in T.L.S., Dec. 18, 1924.

413. FOERSTER, NORMAN and JOHN M. STEADMAN. Sentences and Thinking. A Handbook of Composition and Revision. Houghton Mifflin Co., 1923. 18.5 cm. pp. xxxii, 330. Rev. by J. C. French in M.L.N., Apr. 1924, XXXIX, 252-3.

414. FOLLETT, MARY PARKER. Creative Experience. Longmans, 1924. 8 × 51. pp. xix, 303. 12s. 6d.

415. FOLLETT, WILSON. On Perspective in Criticism. Yale Rev., Apr. 1924, XIII, 550–62.

416. FREEMAN, JOHN. English Portraits and Essays. Hodder and Stoughton, 1924. 8 × 51. pp. vii, 244. 7s. 6d. Contents:-1. A Canterbury Pilgrim [G. K. Chesterton], pp. 1-32. 2. Robert Louis Stevenson, pp. 33-59. 3. William Cobbett, pp. 61-86. 4. Walter De La Mare, pp. 87–114. 5. Maurice Hewlett, pp. 115–47. 6. Edmund Gosse, pp. 149-74. 7. Coventry Patmore, pp. 175–96. 8. Compton Mackenzie, pp. 197–222. 9. The English Essayist, pp. 223-44. GALSWORTHY, JOHN. On Expression. See 66.

417. GARLAND, HAMLIN. Limitations of Authorship in America. Bookman (N.Y.), May 1924, LIX, 257–62.

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418. GORMAN, HERBERT S. The Procession of Masks. Brimmer, 1923. 20 cm. pp. 270. $2. Rev. by Stark Young in New Republic, Jan. 2, 1924, XXXVII, 156.

419. GREENING LAMBORN, E. A. The Rudiments of Criticism. Clarendon Press, 1921. Rev. by W. van Doorn in E. Studies, June– Aug. 1924, VI, 126–7.

420. HAYTHORNE, W. Georgian.' Contemp. Rev., Aug. 1924, CXXVI, 222-8.

421. HOLLINGSWORTH, G. E. A Primer of Literary Criticism. London: Univ. Tutorial Press. 7 × 5. pp. vii, 122. 2s. 6d.

422. HUGHES, W. J. Wales and the Welsh in English Literature. From Shakespeare to Scott. Wrexham: Hughes and Son; London: Simpkin, Marshall, 1924. 71 × 5. pp. 215. 5s.

423. JONES, SIR HENRY. Essays on Literature and Education. Ed. by H. J. W. HETHERINGTON. Hodder and Stoughton, 1924. 71 × 5. pp. 288. 8s. 6d. Contents:-1. Sir Walter Scott. 2. Tennyson. 3. Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 4. The Ethical Idea in Shakespeare. 5. The Library as a Maker of Character. 6. The Education of the Citizen. 7. The Dignity of Human Nature. JONES, LLEWELLYN. See 1906.

424. JUSSERAND, J. J. The School for Ambassadors, and Other Essays. Fisher Unwin, 1924. 9 × 6. PP. 359. 2IS. Contents:1. The School for Ambassadors. 2. At the Tomb of Petrarch. 3. 'Sainct Treigney ou pais de Gales.' 4. A Duke and his City: Vespasiano Gonzaga, Duke of Sabbioneta. 5. Ronsard and his Vendômois. 6. 'Tennis.' 7. Winter's Tale. 8. Ben Jonson's views on Shakespeare's Art. 9. What to expect of Shakespeare. Appendix. On the possible meeting of Chaucer and Petrarch. Rev. in T.L.S., Nov. 27, 1924.

425. LAWRENCE, DAVID HERBERT. Studies in Classic American Literature. (Bibl. 1923, 599.) Rev. by Geo. H. Clarke in Sewanee Rev., Apr. 1924, XXXII, 243-9.

426. LEO, BROTHER. Nationalism in English Literature. Cath. World, June 1924, CXIX, 289–300. Reply by Ethel M. GreevesCarpenter in same, Oct., cxx, 56–65.

427. LEONARD, WILLIAM ELLERY. A Little Sermon on Life and Literature. Univ. of Wisconsin Studies in Lang. and Lit., 1923, XVIII, 5-22.

428. LEWISOHN, LUDWIG. The Creative Life. New York: Boni and Liveright, 1924. 21.5 cm. pp. 211. Rev. by Richard Le Gallienne in Internat. Book Rev., Sept. 1924, 11, 709-10, 712 (port.).

429. LINDSAY, NORMAN. Creative Effort: an Essay in Affirmation. Palmer, 1924. 9 × 5. pp. vii, 292. 10s. 6d.

430. LOVEJOY, ARTHUR O. On the Discrimination of Romanticisms. P. M. L. A. Am., June 1924, XXXIX, 229–53.

431. LowES, JOHN LIVINGSTONE. Convention and Revolt in Poetry. Constable and Houghton Mifflin, 1919. Rev. by W. van Doorn in E. Studies, Apr. 1924, VI, 69–70.

432. MACLEAne, Rev. Cannon Douglas. English Prose. Nineteenth Cent., July 1924, XCVI, 47–56.

433. MORLEY, F. V. The Sea in Literature. Sat. Rev. of Lit., Dec. 27, 1924, I, 409–10.

434. MUIR, EDWIN. Latitudes. New York: Huebsch; London: Melrose, 1924. 8 × 51. pp. 322. 9s. Includes:-Papers on Robert Burns; A Note on the Scottish Ballads; George Douglas; A Note on

Mr Conrad; A Plea for Psychology in Literary Criticism; The Truth about Art. Rev. in T.L.S., Oct. 16, 1924; in Bookman (N.Y.), June 1924, LIX, 479; by Richard Le Gallienne in Internat. Book Rev., July 1924, II, 582–3, 585; in Outlook, May 7, 1924, CXXXVII, 35; by Johan J. Smertenko in Nation, Oct. 29, 1924, CXIX, 472-3; by Lewis Mumford in New Republic, Oct. 29, 1924, XL, 232-4.

435. The Meaning of Romanticism. Freeman, Dec. 26, 1923, Jan. 9, 16, 1924, VIII, 368–70, 416-18, 443–4.

436. MURRY, JOHN MIDDLETON. Discoveries: Essays in Literary Criticism. London: Collins, 1924. 81 × 51. PP. 314. 7s. 6d. Contents:-The Nature of Poetry, pp. 11-44. The Significance of Russian Literature, pp. 45-79. Anton Tchehov, pp. 81-101. Marcel Proust, pp. 103-27. The Break-Up of the Novel, pp. 129–52. English Poetry in the Eighteenth Century, pp. 153-77. A Note on the Madness of Christopher Smart, pp. 179–88. Poe's Poetry, pp. 189–99. Matthew Arnold the Poet, pp. 201–12. English Prose in the Nineteenth Century, pp. 211-23. The Creation of Falstaff, pp. 225-62. Coriolanus, pp. 263-85. Flaubert and Flaubart, pp. 287–314. Rev. in T.L.S., Dec. 11, 1924.

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440. PERRY, BLISS. The Praise of Folly and Other Papers. (Bibl. 1923, 629.) Rev. by Vida D. Scudder in Yale Rev., July 1924, XIII, 816-20.

441. PHELPS, WILLIAM LYON. As I Like It. Scribner's, Jan.-Dec. 1924, LXXV, 116–20, 225–32, 338-45, 451-7, 562-8, 672–9, LXXVI, 98-106, 211-16, 325-30, 442-7, 554-60, 666–71.

442. PRIESTLEY, J. B. I for One. London: Lane. 6s. Rev. in Mercury, Aug. 1924, X, 58, 430–2.

443. PRITCHARD, FRANCIS HENRY. Training in Literary Appreciation: an Introduction to Criticism. New York: Crowell, 1924. 21 cm. Pp. x, 237. $2.

444. RALEIGH, SIR WALTER. Some Authors. (Bibl. 1923, 2889.) Rev. by Mark Van Doren in Nation, Feb. 6, 1924, CXVIII, 146–7; by Vida D. Scudder in Yale Rev., July 1924, XIII, 816–20.

445. RICHARDS, IVOR ARMSTRONG. Principles of Literary Criticism. Kegan Paul, 1924. 9 × 51. pp. 296. 10s. 6d.

446. SAINTSBURY, GEORGE. A Last Scrap Book. Macmillan, 1924. 9 × 63. pp. 358. 7s. 6d. Rev. in Blackwood's, Dec. 1924, ccxvi, 864-6.

447. SCHUTT, J. H. Prof. Moulton and Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice. See 926.

448. SHERMAN, STUART PRATT. Americans. (Bibl. 1922, 543; 1923, 646.) Rev. by Fred Lewis Pattee in Yale Rev., Apr. 1924, XIII, 616–19; by James Main Dixon in Personalist, Jan. 1924, V, 71−2. 449. The Genius of America: Studies in Behalf of the Younger Generation. New York: Scribner, 1923. 19.5 cm. pp. x, 269. Rev. by James Main Dixon in Personalist, Jan. 1924, V, 71–2.

450. Points of View. New York: Scribner, 1924. 19.5 cm. pp. viii, 363. $2. First issued in 1921. Rev. by Irwin Edman in Nation, Dec. 10, 1924, CXIX, 641-2.

451. STOBART, J. C. 'Taste.' Mercury, Jan. 1924, IX, 287–98.

452. SWINNERTON, FRANK. American Literature from the Outside. Internat. Book Rev., Jan. 1924, II, 101–3. Illus.

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457. TREVELYAN, GEORGE MACAULAY. History and Literature. Yale Rev., Oct. 1924, XIV, 109–25.

458. UTTER, Robert PalfrEY. Pearls and Pepper. New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1924. 21.5 cm. pp. viii, 234. $2.50. Rev. by J. J. Smertenko in Nation, Aug. 13, 1924, CXIX, 169; by J. S. P. Tatlock in Univ. of California Chronicle, Oct. 1924, XXVI, 481–2; by John Freeman in Mercury, Sept. 1924, X, 59, 544.

459. VAN DOREN, CARL. Carl Van Doren. Nation, Feb. 13, 1924, CXVIII, 170-1.

460. Many Minds. New York: Knopf, 1924. 19.5 cm. pp. viii, 242. $2.50. Rev. in Dial, July 1924, LXXVII, 84; by R. Le Gallienne in Internat. Book Review, July 1924, 562-83; by Floyd Dell in Nation, June 25, 1924, CXVIII, 741-2; by R. M. Lovett in New Republic, May 28, 1924, XXXIX, 23.

461 WALLIS, N. HARDY. The Ethics of Criticism and Other Essays. Chapman and Hall, 1924. 7 × 5. pp. vii, 226. 7s. 6d. Contents:-1. The Ethics of Criticism, pp. 3-12. 2. Two Modern Plays on Shakespeare [by Clifford Bax and Clemence Dane], pp. 15– 51. 3. Some Aspects of Shakespeare's 'Richard II' and 'Henry V,' Pp. 55-77. 4. Christopher Marlowe as a Poet, pp. 81–102. 5. A Study of Browning's 'Pauline,' pp. 107-23. 6. Browning's 'Dramatic Lyrics,' pp. 127-48. 7. Direct Appeal in English Poetry, pp. 151-68. 8. Personal Elegy in English Poetry, pp. 171-215. 9. Biography, Its Use and Abuse, pp. 219–26.

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462. WHITMORE, CHARLES E. The Validity of Literary Definitions. P. M. L. A. Am., Sept. 1924, XXXIX, 722–73.

463. WHITTEN, WILFRED (pseud. JOHN O' LONDON). Unposted Letters concerning Life and Literature. Newnes, 1924. 61 × 51. pp. 181. 25.

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464. WILLIAMS, ORLO. Contemporary Criticism of Literature. Leonard Parsons, 1924. 7 × 51. PP. 224. 7s. 6d. Rev. in T.L.S., Dec. 18, 1924..

465. WILLIAMS, STANLEY T. Literary Criticism in America. Yale Rev., July 1924, XIII, 823-7. See also 1345.

466. ZEYDEL, EDWIN H. Some Sociological Aspects of Literary Criticism. M.L.N., Dec. 1924, XXXIX, 460–6.

Drama. 467. AGATE, JAMES. Fantasies and Impromptus. (Bibl. 1923, 537.) London, 1923. Rev. in Mercury, x, 58, 430–2.

468. ARCHER, WILLIAM. The Old Drama and the New: an Essay in Revaluation. (Bibl. 1923, 666.) Rev. by Thornton S. Graves in Studies in Philol., Apr. 1924, XXI, 406–7.

469. BETZ, GOTTLIEB. Lichtenberg as a Critic of the English Stage. J. E. G. Phil., Apr. 1924, XXIII, 270–88.

470. CANNAN, GILBERT. All Eyes on the Theatre, 1924. Sewanee Rev., Apr. 1924, XXXII, 130-8.

471. CARROL, SYDNEY W. Some Dramatic Opinions. White, 1924. 7×5. pp. 316. 4s. 6d.

472. CHILD, PHILIP. The Function of Tragedy. Queen's Quart., Oct.-Dec. 1924, XXXII, 137-53.

473. Cooper, Lane. An Aristotelian Theory of Comedy, with an Adaptation of the Poetics and a Translation of the 'Tractatus Coislinianus.' (Bibl. 1923, 676.) Rev. by R. K. Hack in J. E. G. Phil., July 1924, XXIII, 431-4.

474. DE GOVEIA, CLARENCE J. The Community Play House. New York: Huebsch, 1924. 19.5 cm. pp. 165. Illus. $2. Rev. by L. B. in Freeman, Feb. 13, 1924, VIII, 550.

475. DICKINSON, THOMAS H. The Paradox of the Timely Play. Theatre Arts Mag., Nov. 1924, VIII, 722-34.

476. DIXON, W. MACNEILE. Tragedy. Arnold, 1924. 7 × 51. pp. viii, 228. 6s. Rev. in T.L.S., Dec. 4, 1924; Reply, ib., Dec. II. 477. DUKES, ASHLEY. Dramatist and Theatre. Theatre Arts Mag., Oct. 1924, VIII, 681-7.

478. ERVINE, ST JOHN. The Organised Theatre. A Plea in Civics. Allen and Unwin, 1924. 8 × 51. pp. 213. 7s. 6d. Rev. in T.L.S., July 24, 1924; in Spectator, Aug. 16, 1924, no. 5016, 231-2.

479. GERHARD, E. SCHULTZ. The Differences Between Classical Tragedy and Romantic Tragedy. Classical Weekly, Oct. 20, 1924, XVIII, 18-22.

480. GLOVER, HALCOTT. Drama and Mankind: a Vindication and a Challenge. Boston: Small, Maynard and Co., 1924. 22.5 cm. pp. 192. $3.50.

481. GRAVES, THORNTON S. The Literal Acceptance of Stage Illusion. So. Atlantic Quart., Apr. 1924, XXIII, 124-40.

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483. GREIG, JOHN YOUNG THOMSON. The Psychology of Laughter

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