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Williams lecture & tutorial notes by Boughton, 1944-1945

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 62
Identifier: Folder 62

Scope and Contents

Includes: Untitled Shakespeare notes (May 1, 1944 and undated), "You are the Deed's Creature" (May 8, 1944), "The Ideal Production of Julius Caesar" (June 5, 1944), untitled Elizabethan play notes (undated), "On de Quincey on the knocking at the Gate in Macbeth" (undated), "What Aristotle would have thought of Hamlet" (undated), untitled Milton notes (October 20, 1944), "Johnson on Paradise Lost" (November 10, 1944), "Samson Agonistes - Tragedy or Triumph?" (November 24, 1944), "The Poetic Relation of Wordsworth and Coleridge" (February 1945), "Shelley is all right" (February 1945), "How Lord Byron Found his Head" (March 1945), "The Lyric" (March 1945), and "Whether Donne's 'Wit' is Mainly True or False" (undated). 69pp.


  • Created: 1944-1945


From the Collection: 2.00 boxes : 65 folders

From the Collection: 1.5 Linear Feet

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English


Repository Details

Part of the Marion E. Wade Center Repository

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