Literature

To the Third Empire: Ibsen’s Early Drama To the Third Empire Ibsen’s Early Drama Brian Johnston None None
Poetic Creation: Inspiration or Craft Poetic Creation Inspiration or Craft Carl Fehrman None None
Modern Swedish Prose in Translation Modern Swedish Prose in Translation Karl Erik Lagerlof, Editor 1979 Spring
Mark Antony: A Biography Mark Antony A Biography Eleanor Goltz Huzar None None
Verdi’s Aida: The History of an Opera in Letters and Documents Verdi’s Aida The History of an Opera in Letters and Documents None None
The Radical Lord Radnor: The Public Life of Viscount Folkestone, Third Earl of Radnor (1779-1869) The Radical Lord Radnor The Public Life of Viscount Folkestone, Third Earl of Radnor (1779-1869) Ronald K. Huch None None
Seven American Women Writers of the Twentieth Century: An Introduction Seven American Women Writers of the Twentieth Century An Introduction Maureen Howard, Editor None None
African Literature in the Twentieth Century African Literature in the Twentieth Century O.R. Dathorne 1976 Spring
John Dryden: A List of Critical Studies, 1895-1948 John Dryden A List of Critical Studies, 1895-1948 Samuel Holt Monk None None
Language, Mind, and Knowledge Language, Mind, and Knowledge Keith Gunderson, Editor None None
Mission in the Marianas: An Account of Father Diego Luis de Sanvitores and His Companions, 1669-1670 Mission in the Marianas An Account of Father Diego Luis de Sanvitores and His Companions, 1669-1670 None None
The Career of a Tsarist Officer: Memoirs, 1872-1916 The Career of a Tsarist Officer Memoirs, 1872-1916 Anton I. Denikin Margaret Patoski, Editor None None
The Cookie Jar and Other Plays The Cookie Jar and Other Plays John Clark Donahue Linda Walsh Jenkins, Editor None None
Seven American Poets from MacLeish to Nemerov: An Introduction Seven American Poets from MacLeish to Nemerov An Introduction Denis Donoghue, Editor None None
Oedipus the King Oedipus the King Sophocles 1972 Fall
A new adaptation of the Greek classic by noted novelist Anthony Burgess. This adaptation is highly dramatic and forceful, as well as theatrically effective for present-day audiences. The dialogue, though modern, conveys the feeling of the ancient period.