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    The canterbury talesof Chaucer. To which are added an essay on his language and versification, and an introductory discourse: together with notes and a glossary. By the late Thomas Tyrwhitt, Esq. F.R.S.

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    The canterbury talesof Chaucer. To which are added, an essay upon his language and versification; an introductory discourse; and notes. In four volumes.

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    A carol and other rhymes

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    Castelvetro's theory of poetry,

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    Centones Vergiliani:some studies of the pauses and of the half-lines,

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    The Century handbook of writing,

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    Changes in Verse-Technic in the Sixteenth-Century English DramaAmerican journal of philology.

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    The "chanson d'aventure" in Middle English ...

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    Chapter 4Lectures on the history of the papal chancery down to the time of Innocent III,

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    A Chapter on the Rhythms of BacchylidesHermathena.

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    Chapters in the history of English literature,from 1509 to the close of the Elizabethan period.

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    Chapters on alliterative verse

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    Chapters on English metre,

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    Chapters on English metre,

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    Chapters on Greek metric,

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    Chapters on the metric of the Chaucerian tradition ...

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    Chapters on the poets of ancient Greece.

  18. 268

    Character in the "Matter of England" romances.,part of a thesis entitled "A study of the narrative art of four metrical romances"

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    Characteristics of English poets from Chaucer to Shirley,

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    The characteristics of primitive poetry. ...

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    Characters of Shakespeare's plays :& Lectures on the English poets

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    Charles Churchill's Treatment of the Couplet.Publications of the Modern Language Association of America

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    The Chaucer canon,with a discussion of the works associated with the name of Geoffrey Chaucer,

  24. 274

    The Chaucer tradition,

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    Chaucer's dremes-lemesModern language notes.

  26. 276

    Chaucer's Identical RimesModern language notes.

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    Chaucer's Language and VersificationA Chaucer Handbook,

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    Chaucer's pronunciation and the spelling of the Ellesmere ms.

  29. 279

    Chaucer's Use of the Octosyllabic Verse in The Book of the Duchess and The House of FameThe Journal of English and Germanic philology.

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    Chaucer's VirelaysThe Athenµum.

  31. 281

    Chiasmus in Sallust, Caesar, Tacitus and Justinus.

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    The child vision :being a study in mental development & expression

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    The child's friend :being an entirely new, and systematic arrangement of all the sounds, combinations of characters, and exceptions in the English language ...

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    A child's garden of verses,

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    The child's grammar :corresponding with parsing lessons and forming part of a series for teaching

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    Choir training based on voice production,

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    Choriambic Dimeter and the Rehabilitation of the AntispastTransactions and proceedings of the American Philological Association

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    ChoriambicsPoems and ballads.

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    The chorus of Euripides,

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    Chrestomathia;

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    Chronicle of Scottish poetry ;from the thirteenth century, to the union of the crowns :

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    Chronicle of Scottish poetry ;from the thirteenth century, to the union of the crowns :

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    Chronicle of Scottish poetry ;from the thirteenth century, to the union of the crowns :

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    Chronicle of Scottish poetry ;from the thirteenth century, to the union of the crowns :

  45. 295

    Chronicles of England;a metrical history.

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    Chronology and Metrical TestsPublications of the Modern Language Association of America

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    Cicero on the complete orator,in three books or dialogues, inscribed to his brother Quintus, translated into English, with notes and illustrations, by George Barnes Barrister of the Inner Temple.

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    Cicero's Brutus, or history of famous orators: also, his Orator, or accomplished speaker. Now first translated into English, by E. Jones

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    Cicero's HexametersTransactions and proceedings of the American Philological Association

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    Cider, a poem in two books,by John Philips. With notes provincial, historical, and classical, by Charles Dunster.

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