- Damon, Phillip, editor;
Literary Criticism and Historical Understanding: Selected Papers from the English Institute
Columbia University Press, New York, 1967, Paper-covered Boards, , First Edition, Near Fine /No Jacket
x, 190 pp. Edited with a foreword by Phillip Damon. Very light wear. Contents: Historical Interpretation and the History of Criticism by Robert Marsh, University of Chicago; History and Idea in Renaissance Criticism by Phillip Damon, University of California; Roles of the Victorian Critic: Matthew Arnold and John Ruskin by Edward Alexander, University of Washington; Two Boethian Speeches in Troilus and Criseyde and Chaucerian Irony by Peter Elbow, Brandeis University; Autobiography and Art: An Elizabethan Borderland by Rudolf Gottfried, Indiana University; The Keys are at the Palace: A Note on Criticism and Biography by Francis Noel Lees, University of Manchester; William Carlos Williams and the Whitman Tradition by James E. Breslin, University of California; Supervising Committee, 1966; Program; and Registrants. ''When my abodes prefixed time is spent, / My cruell fayre streight bids me wnd my way: / but then from heauen most hideous stormes are sent / as willing me against her will to stay. / Whom then shall I or heauen or her obay?''