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BY HENRY S. PANCOAST An Introduction to Englisb Literature.
With maps, chronological tables, and study lists of representative works for collateral reading.
556 pp. 16mo. $1.25 net. The Nation : “It treats the history of English litera. ture as closely connected with general history. The style is interesting, the conception broad and clear, the biographical details nicely subordinated to matters more important, and, as we said of the book in its earlier form, not even the dullest pupil can study, it without feeling the historical and logical continuity of English Literature." Representative Englisb Literature.
514 pp. Large 12mo. $1.60 net. Includes with a briefer and earlier form of the historical and critical matter of the Introduction the following selections (each complete): Chaucer : The Nonne Prestes Tale; Good Counseil. Spenser : Prothalamion. Shakespeare : Merchant of Venice (entire). Bacon: Of Great Place; Five Elizabethan Songs. Milton : L'Allegro; Il Penseroso. Dryden : Song for St. Cecilia's Day. Addison : Ned Softly, the Poet; Sir Roger at Church; The Fine Lady's Journal. Pope: The Rape of the Lock. Burns : Poems. Wordsworth: Poems, Coleridge : Ancient Mariner. Scott: Poems. Lamb: Christ's Hospital Five-andThirty Years Ago. Byron : Poems. Keats: Poems, Carlyle : On Robert Burns. Macaulay : On Samuel Johnson. Browning: Poems. Tennyson: Poems, etc. Standard English poems.
749 pp. 16mo. Full, and usually complete, selections from the principal English poets from Spenser to Tennyson. The volume is intended primarily
as a companion to the compiler's Introduction to English Literature. A few indispensable notes are added. An Introduction to American Literature.
With study lists of works to be read, references, chronological tables, and portraits. 393 pp. 16mo.
$1.00 net. This book follows the main lines of the author's Introduction to English Literature. The special influence of our history upon our literature is shown, and the attention is chiefly concentrated on a limited number of typical authors and works, treated at some length.
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Spenser to Tennyson
SELECTED AND EDITED
HENRY S. PANCOAST
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
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