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  1. 101

    Chaucer's dremes-lemesModern language notes.

  2. 102

    Chaucer's Identical RimesModern language notes.

  3. 103

    Chaucer's Language and VersificationA Chaucer Handbook,

  4. 104

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

  5. 105

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

  6. 106

    Chaucer's VirelaysThe Athenµum.

  7. 107

    ChoriambicsPoems and ballads.

  8. 108

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

  9. 109

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

  10. 110

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

  11. 111

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

  12. 112

    Chronology and Metrical TestsPublications of the Modern Language Association of America

  13. 113

    Classical Metres in English Poetry. Essays by Divers HandsEssays by divers hands,

  14. 114

    Classical metres in English verseMilton's prosody

  15. 115

    Clause-Length in English ProseThe Dublin review.

  16. 116

    The College Course in English Literature, How It May Be ImprovedPublications of the Modern Language Association of America.

  17. 117

    Commodian and Medieval Rhythmic VerseLanguage.

  18. 118

    A compendious grammar of the primitive English or Anglo-Saxon language :a knowledge of which is essential to every modern English grammarian who would fully understand the true origin and idiom of his own language : being chiefly a selection of what is most valuable and practical in The elements of the Anglo-Saxon grammar : with some additional observations

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    The complete art of poetry ...

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    The complete art of poetry ...

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    A complete dictionary of the English language,both with regard to sound and meaning. One main object of which is, to establish a plain and permanent standard of pronunciation. To which is prefixed a prosodial grammar. By Thomas Sheridan, A.M.

  22. 122

    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

  23. 123

    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

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    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

  25. 125

    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

  26. 126

    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

  27. 127

    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

  28. 128

    The complete works of Geoffrey Chaucer

  29. 129

    Concerning French verse;

  30. 130

    Concerning Grammatical Ictus in English Verse.An English miscellany; presented to Dr. Furnivall in honour of his seventy-fifth birthday.

  31. 131

    Concerning ScansionThe Sewanee review.

  32. 132

    Confusion between *o and o in Chaucer's RimesEnglische Studien.

  33. 133

    The construction and types of Shakespeare's verse as seen in the Othello,

  34. 134

    Contemporary techniques of poetry :a political analogy

  35. 135

    Contributions to the Study of Homeric MetreAmerican journal of philology.

  36. 136

    Contributions to the Study of Homeric Metre.American journal of philology.

  37. 137

    Convention and revolt in poetry.

  38. 138

    Correspondence on "The Vicissitudes of Blank Verse"The London mercury.

  39. 139

    Coventry Patmore's Literary CriticismUniversity of California chronicle.

  40. 140

    A critical examination of the text of Shakespeare,with remarks on his language and that of his contemporaries, together with notes on his plays and poems.

  41. 141

    A critical examination of the text of Shakespeare,with remarks on his language and that of his contemporaries, together with notes on his plays and poems.

  42. 142

    A critical examination of the text of Shakespeare,with remarks on his language and that of his contemporaries, together with notes on his plays and poems.

  43. 143

    A criticism of systems of Hebrew metre;an elementary treatise,

  44. 144

    The cursus in mediaeval and vulgar Latin,

  45. 145

    The Cynewulf Question from a Metrical Point of ViewModern language notes.

  46. 146

    Dactylic' Verse in EnglishThe spectator

  47. 147

    Dante's VerseStudies in philology.

  48. 148

    A Defence of Poetry [1821]Essays, letters from abroad, translations and fragments,

  49. 149

    The Definition of Poetry. Lectures on poetry,

  50. 150

    The Development of Blank Verse: A Study of SurreyModern language notes.

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