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Series: Illinois Studies in Language and Literature

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Comic Theory in the Sixteenth Century by Marvin T. Herrick
diderot's relations with grimm by joseph royall smiley
If this be heresy,: A study of Milton and Origen (Illinois studies in language and literature) by Harry F. Robins
Illustrations of medieval romance on tiles from Chertsey abbey, (University of Illinois studies in language and literatu by Roger Sherman Loomis
John Gibson Lockhart;: A critical study by Gilbert Macbeth
The meter and melody of Beowulf by Thomas Cable
Middlemarch from Notebook to Novel : A Study of George Eliot's Creative Method (Illinois Studies in Language and Literat by Jerome Beaty
Miscellanea hibernica, (University of Illinois studies in language and literature) by Kuno Meyer
The rape of Lucrece a true Roman tragedy : with the seuerall songs in their apt places, by Valerius the merrie lord amon by Thomas Heywood
The Vita sancti Malchi of Reginald of Canterbury;: A critical edition with introduction, apparatus criticus, notes, and indices (Illinois studies in language and literature) by Reginald of Canterbury
Thomas Heywood's the Rape of Lucrece (Illinois Studies in Language and Literature, Volume 34, No. 3) by allanholaday34
Latin textual criticism by James Willis61

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