Contains 28 Results:
Phi Beta Kappa Address, May 12, 1922, St. Lawrence University. Program and newspaper clippings from Canton, N.Y. area
Gorgo vocabulary. Alphabetical study list x)f terms from Gorgo; no stated purpose for use of this list
Course plans. Shakespeare 12*t, mimeographed two-page outline, Golograph of prospective seminar in French Classical Drama
Spyglass, July 13, 1927. Bookpage from The Nashville Tennessean. Includes review of John Jay Chapman's Dante by Lacy Lockert
Reviews:. The Best Plays of Racine. Clippings from The Nashville Banner and The Nashville Tennessean, January 10, 1937. Typescript copies of reviews appearing in Notes and Queries, Modern Language Notes, The Chattanooga News, Chattanooga Times, The Brooklyn Teacher, Vancouver Sun
Reviews of other Lockert publications. April 8, 1922, America, on "Some of Mr. Galsworthy's heroines."; Unidentified review of Dante's Inferno. December 1932, New Republic, The Chief Plays of Corneille. July 10, 1953, TLS, The Chief Plays of Corneille.; Summer, 1953, 17th Century News, The Chief Plays of Corneille.; January 6, 1957, Nashville Tennessean, The Chief Rivals of Corneille and Racine. September 1959« The Book Exchange, Studies in French-Classical Tragedy. Holograph copy of reviews in The Christian Century, January 7, 1953; Morning Telegraph, N.Y., August 29, 1952; TLS, September 11, 1959.; Typescript of selected quotations from reviews for brochure on The Chief Plays of Corneille.
Dust Wrappers, Vanderbilt University Press. Hoot Plays of Corneille, The Chief Rivals of Corneille and Racine, Studies in French-Classical Tragedy
Publishers' Memoe. Advertising flyers and letters from Princeton University Press and Vanderbilt University Press on Lockert's works. Also brochures from Richard R. Smith Publishing and Collection des Classiques Garniers
Scholarly Reprint. Hunter Kellenberger, "Voltaire's Treatment of the Miracle of Christ's Temptation in the Wilderness," MLN, January 1936. Autographed
Ms. "Mr. Galsworthy'and His Unworthy Gals. Original, unabridged version. (Shortened version published as "Some of Mr. Galsworthy's Geroines," North American Review, February, 1922.)
Ms. "William Archer and Elizabethan and Modern Drama." Pencil Comments may be by Thomas Marc Parrott, who read this manuscript
PMLA manuscript and correspondence on the sources of Andromaque. A set of articles intended for the Comment and Criticism department in 1937-1938 but never published
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