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BOX 24-42 Book, Article, Poetry, and Lecture File, 1891-circa 1950
Writings and lectures by Beach.
Arranged by type of material and therein alphabetically by title.
BOX 24 Books
The Coming of Eve
The Concept of Nature in Nineteenth-Century English Poetry
Chapters 1-15
BOX 25 Chapters 16-21, footnotes, annotated typescript, Chs. 1-14
BOX 26 Beach's working notes
Irving Babbitt-J. J. Rousseau, annotated typescript, chapters 15-21
BOX 27 Scale of ascent-Wordsworth, permissions to quote, reviews of the published work
BOX 28 The Making of the Auden Canon
First vacation, part of the second version
BOX 29 Remainder of the second version, revisions, and excisions, supplementary notes and appendices to final version, second carbon of final version
BOX 30 Remainder of second carbon of final version, index, gallery proofs, research notes, bibliographies reviews of the published work
BOX 31 Moral Forces in English Literature
BOX 32 The Nature of Comedy
BOX 33 Obsessive Images
BOX 34 The Loathly Lady, doctoral thesis, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
BOX 35 Articles and stories
American Fiction in This Century
American Literature in French Universities
American Poetry of This Decade
American Poetry, Strasbourg
American Poets of the Twentieth Century
The Black Man in a White World
Body's Breviary
Bowdlerized Versions of Hardy
Breaking the Butterfly
Bromides and Stimulants
The Cancelling Out
A Child at Play
Coleridge's Borrowings from the German
Coleridge the Stuffed Shirt
College Days
The Common Ground of Liberal Studies
The Concept of the Divine
Confessio Fidel
Confusions
Conrad Aiken and T. S. Eliot
A Critical Balance Sheet
Dark Oracles
Daughters of James
Definition and Nature of Poetry
The Decent of Man
Digressions on a Wheel
Directive Concepts for Analysis and Appraisal
Dos Passos
BOX 36 Dos Passos and Wolfe
Dreiser's Literary Importance
Echoes of Melville in Cranés "Voyages II"
Edith Wharton
The Eloquence of Stones
Emerson and the Bestial Theory
English Department
English Free Verse
The English Sentimentalists
English Speech and American Masters
The Enticements of Buddha
Ernest Hemingway
The Essentials of Poetic Art
Expostulation and Reply
Fashions in Hymns
Fiction Leaves the Home
The Fitter
Five Names in American Fiction
Francis Jammes, Primitive
Fraternities as a Factor in Minnesota College Life
Freedom
The Function of Poetry
A Gentleman of Ronda
Hardy's Philosophy in Terms of His Style
Helsingfors Bohemia
How Not to Miss Mont Saint Michel
Humanism
Impressions of Arthur Upson
In strict Confidence
The Individual and the Group
The Integrity of the Poem
Italian Political Eloquence
Mr. Krutch and Ideal Values in Literature
La Belle Elberfeldoise
The Lost Generation
Macaulay
A Master of Irony
The "Material" World
Maurice Denis
Meredith Himself
I' Pagliacci
Mexico: Journey in Time
Minneapolis as a Literary Center Faces a New Decade
Minnesota and Scandinavian Culture
BOX 37 Modern American Poetry
The "Modern" Note in the Novel
The Modern Novel and the Good Life
Modern Poets After Frost
Mrs. West and Some Others
Narrative Takes New Forms
The New Eloquence
The New Humanism
New Intentions in the Novel
The Nineteen Forties in American Poetry
Noblesse Oblige
Our Phonetic Language
Our Poets and the American Dream
Our Poets' Report on Their World
Pension de Famille
The Place of Intellect in the Definition of Poetry
The Poems of Andrew Marvell
The Poems of Auden and the Prose Diathesis
Poetry
Poetry and Communication
The Problem of Obscurity
The Problem of the Poet Today
Proud Words
The Puppet Girl
Realism in the English Romantic Poets
Realism Plus
Reason and Nature in Wordsworth
Restoration Comedy
Robert Frost
Romantic Movement
The Rubbing Woman
Salzburg Seminar in American Studies
Sartre's Roads to Freedom
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