MAHONEY, John and John Esten KELLER, eds. University of North Carolina Studies in the Romance Languages, 56.
Title: Mediaeval Studies in Honor of Urban Tigner Holmes, Jr. First Edition.
Publisher:  University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, 1965,
Seller ID: 114894
MAHONEY, John and John Esten KELLER, (eds.). Mediaeval Studies in Honor of Urban Tigner Holmes, Jr. Edited by John Mahoney and John Esten Keller. Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, (1965). First Printing. Pp. (6),-219,(1), portrait frontispiece, + 1 plate leaf. 8vo, navy blue cloth with silver lettering to front board and spine. University of North Carolina Studies in the Romance Languages and Literature, number 56. A festschrift in honour of Urban Tigner Holmes, Jr., b. July 13, 1900, Washington, D.C.; d. May 12, 1972, medieval literary historian, and graduate of Pennsylvania, Harvard and the Sorbonne. Contents: 1. "Two Romance Etyma based on Old English" (Paul W. Brosman, Jr.); 2. "Two Old Spanish Verseions of the Epistle to the Romans" (Spurgeon W. Baldwin, Jr.); 3. "The Voices of Plants and Flowers and the Changing Cry of the Mandrake" (Alfred G. Engstrom); 4. "Some Observations on Syntax and Morphology in the Sottie des Rapporteurs and the Sottie des Sots Fourres de Malice" (Rosalyn Gardner); 5. "The Depreciatory Comparison: A Literary Device of the Medieval French Epic" (A. RobertHarden); 6. "On the Influence in England of Henry Estienne and Bonaventure des Periers: The Sources of Scoggins Jestes (1613)" (J. Woodrow Hassell, J r.); 7. "Some Aspects of the Troubador Contribtuion to the Dolce Stil Nuovo" (Elliott D. Healy); 8. "The Character 'Figura' in Le Mystere d'Adam" (Robert E. Kaske); 9. "French Printed Versions of the Tale of Apollonius of Tyre" (Florence McCulloch); 10. "Adventures of a Celticist in the West Kerry Gaeltacht" (Robert T. Meyer); 11. "Frederick II's True Noble Falcon" (Jan A.Nelson); 12. "The Genesis of the Roman de Thebes: Individual and Collectiv e Literary Creation" (Dana Phelps Ripley); 13. "The Historical Setting of Chaucer's Book of the Duchess" (D.W. Robertson, Jr.); 14. "Some Documents onEnglish Pardoners, 1350-1400" (Arnold Williams); 15. "The Aube in Aucassin et Nicolette" (William S. Woods). Name inked to flyleaf, else very good. 2 0.00