Symposium: A Journal Devoted to Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures, Volume I, Number 1 (November, 1946)

Softcover, Syracuse, NY: Department of Romance Languages, 1946. Good with no dust jacket.

Some articles in French, Spanish, and German, but most are in English. Sound binding. Clean but age-darkened pages. Wraps have stamp of the library of Woman's College, University of North Carolina (but no accession marks or evidence of circulation). Wraps are slightly soiled with handling wear. ; Contents: Baldensperger, "Antécédents internationaux du 'comparatisme' actuel." Levy, "L'Origine du vieux français gaigaie." Torner, "Indice de de analogías entre la lírica española antigua y la moderna." Morgan, "The novelette as a literary form." Hal, "Science comes to languages." Pei, "...Or does it?" Bergethon, "Republicanism (?) and revolution in G. E. Lessing's Samuel Henzi." Holmes, "The Pelerinage de Charlemagne and William of Malmesbury." Gilman, "An introduction to the ideology of the baroque in Spain." Scholz, "'Erdgeist' und 'eerhabner geist' in Goethes Faust." Wylie, "Poetry at the Sorbonne, 1833-1868." Schutz, "Some character attributes in the provençal biographies." Reviews. ; 10.0" tall; 188 pages.

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