Works Cited

  title={Works Cited},
  author={Brandon R. Schrand},
  journal={The Missouri Review},
  pages={28 - 42}
Adams, W. L. (1982). Perseus and the Third Macedonian War. Philip II, Alexander the Great and the Macedonian Heritage. W. L. Adams and E. N. Borza. Lanham, MD: 237-256. Amandry, P. (1950). La Mantique apollinienne à Delphes. Essai sur le fonctionnement de l'oracle. Paris. Andreou, S., M. Fotiadis, et al. (1996). "Review of Aegean Prehistory V: The Neolithic and Bronze Age of Northern Greece." AJA 100: 537-597. Arvanitopoulos, A. S. (1908). "Anaskaphai kai ereunai epi tis akropoleos." Praktika… Expand
The Talk of the Tits: Some Notes on the Death of Sigurðr Fáfnisbani in Norna-
Adams. London / Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn. P. 354. Littleton, C. Scott. 1982. The New Comparative Mythology: An Anthropological Assessment of the Work of Georges Dumézil. 3 rd edn. Berkeley / LosExpand
In his popular Romance of London (1867), John Timbs refers to Thomas Babington Macaulay's oft-repeated metaphor of a “New Zealander sitting, like a hundredth-century Marius, on the mouldering archesExpand
In The Empire of Nature John M. MacKenzie suggests there were “three animals in India with which the British had a special hunting relationship, the tiger, the elephant and the pig” (179). Of these,Expand
Robert Southey's "Madoc" in America
The Madoc myth shows up in a range of late 18th century and early 19th century works on both sides of the Atlantic, from John Filson's Discovery, Settlement and Present State of Kentuckey (1784) inExpand
The Peritextual Framework of Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s First Discourse in Eighteenth-Century English Translations (1751–1779)
The publication of Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s prize-winning Discours sur les Sciences et les Arts, originally printed by Noel-Jacques Pissot in Paris in 1751, led to the emergence of a polemical printExpand
Cutting Up the Corpse: Agatha Christie, Max Ernst, and Neo-Victorianism in the 1930s
This article offers a sketch of attitudes to Victorianism between World War I and World War II, in the form of a diptych. Specifically, it compares two superficially unconnected texts that appearedExpand
Synthesis: an Anglophone Journal of Comparative Literary Studies
After the twentieth-century’s crise de la langue, it might be considered commonplace to hear the phrase, “the meaning was lost in translation.” However, the twenty-first century has inaugurated a newExpand
The Kabyles in Late Nineteenth-Century Fictional and Factual Writings by Grant Allen (1848–1899)
Today Grant Allen (1848–1899) is known chiefly for two things: first, as an evolutionist, and second, as the best-selling writer of the New Woman novel, The Woman Who Did (1895). What is less wellExpand
The "Other" Past of Pastoral: Langland's Piers Plowman and Spenser's Shepheardes Calender
Abstract This essay argues that the emergence of pastoral in sixteenth-century England should be understood as a deliberate response to a medieval poetry of rural labor. It takes as its focus EdmundExpand
The Role of Music in Medieval Shepherds’ Plays
1 List of abbreviations: anon.: anonymous; c.: century; ca.: circa; comp.: composed; esp.: especially; i.e.: id est; MS., MSs.: manuscript(s); n.l.: no line number; OED: Oxford English Dictionary;Expand


Spengler, Oswald. The Decline of the West. Volume II, xliii + 507 pages. Price, $7.50. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1928
very interesting and serviceable biographical section on the leaders of contemporary China. The part devoted to the American continent is taken up mainly with our relations with Latin America, theExpand
Henry Reynolds' "Mythomystes" and the Continuity of Ancient Modes of Allegoresis in Seventeenth-Century England
HENRY REYNOLDS' Mythomystes (1632) has struck some readers as a "tropical forest of strange fancies,"' for it holds that myth is the allegorical expression of "the exact and absolute knowledge of allExpand
The Critical Tradition: Classic Texts and Contemporary Trends
This bestseller balances a comprehensive and up-to-date anthology of major documents in literary criticism and theory -from Plato to the present French theorist and societygeorg wilhelm friedrichExpand
Imagining the Coherence of the English Major.
I take as my point of departure a passage from that great work of structural poetics, Northrop Frye's Anatomy of Criticism, of 1957: "Everyone who has seriously studied literature knows that theExpand
Diana's Priest in the Bush Garden
None of these claims, let it be noted, has been made by Frye himself, and often one wonders whether his reputation, like the less durable reputation of his fellow Canadian, Marshall McLuhan, cannotExpand
Igitur and the Photographer
With "Un coup de des jamais n'abolira le hasard," of 1897 ("Dice Thrown Never Will Annul Chance")'-a meditation on how to set up a mental dice game that would visually inscribe the fatal play ofExpand
Comptes rendus / Reviews of books: Northrop Frye: Religious Visionary and Architect of the Spiritual World
or xoDem vennam, me prcscni au[nor +anu co-eUllOI 01 rlye I’i BJOlllplele VVOI~J, and also of course to the ongoing commitment ofthe University of Toronto Press to finish the monumental process ofExpand
"Devils, Drugs, and Doctors": The Story of the Science of Healing from Medicine-Man-To-Doctor
HERE are two attractively written and generously illustrated volumes by an Englishman and an American respectively, which form an excellent introduction to the history of medicine in general and ofExpand
Codes and coping: a nursing tribute to Northrop Frye.
  • R. Hagey
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Nursing papers. Perspectives en nursing
  • 1984
In this essay I will outline features of Northrop Frye's (1982) work The Great Code: The Bible and Literature which are of vital interest to nurses and nursing. It is my belief that nursing as aExpand
The decline of the West
This reading book is your chosen book to accompany you when in your free time, in your lonely, this kind of book can help you to heal the lonely and get or add the inspirations to be more inoperative. Expand