- Chapin, Chester F.; Cash, Arthur H.; Greene, Donald J.; Ruhe, Edward L.; Davis, Bertram H.; Spector, Robert Donald; Sherbo, Arthur; Appleton, William W.; Goldstein, Malcolm; Fredman, Alice Green; Pagliaro, Harold E.; Johnson, Maurice; Middendorf, John H.
English Writers of the Eighteenth Century: Essays in Honor of James Lowry Clifford Presented by his Students
Columbia University Press, New York, 1971, Cloth, , , ISBN 0231035160 , Very Good /No Jacket
xxxviii, 298 pp. Limited edition, number 13, one of 300. Very good purple cloth, some light rippling to back board, still very good or better. "This dpecial edition for subscribers contains material not in the regular edition and not included in the table of contents." (List of subscribers and Limitation page, e.g.) Inscribed by Clifford to Mal Goldstein (one of his students, see below) and signed under his frontispiece portrait. Chapin, Chester F.—Johnson and Pascal; Cash, Arthur H.Sterne as a Judge in the Spiritual Courts: The Groundwork of A Political Romance; Greene, Donald J.—Samuel Johnson and the Great War for Empire; Ruhe, Edward L.—Edmund Curil and His Early Associates; Davis, Bertram H.—The Rival Angler Editors: Moses Browne and John Hawkins; Spector, Robert Donald—The Connoisseur: a Study of the Functions of a Persona; Sherbo, Arthur—Some Observations on Johnson's Prefaces and Dedications; Appleton, William W.—The Double Gallant in Eighteenth-Century Comedy; Freedman, Morris—Milton and Dryden on Tragedy; Goldstein, Malcolm—Pathos and Personality in the Tragedies of Nicholas Rowe; Fredman, Alice GreenThe Picaresque in Decline: Smollett's First Novel; Pagliaro, Harold E.—Structural Patterns of Control in Rasselas; Johnson, Maurice—Swift's Poetry Reconsidered; Middendorf, John H.—Ideas vs. Words: Johnson, Locke, and the Edition of Shakespeare; Milic, Louis T.—Observations on Conversational Style.