enough even to make a travellera#39;s story out of it a I mean such a story as one brings back from a summer holiday in new countries and landscapes. Reading Lope de Vega is very like such a holiday, but it is difficult to say what it all amounts to, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Collected Essays of W. P. Ker: Pascal. Spanish and English ballads. Don Quixote. The Spanish story of the Armada. On the Danish ballads, I. On the Danish ballads, II. Iceland and the humanities. The early historians of Norway. Gudmund Arason. Sturla the historian. Jón Arason. Jacob Grimm. On the philosophy of art. Imagination and judgment. On the philosophy of history. Allegory and myth. Romance. On the value of the terms "classical" and "romantic" as applied to literature. The humanist ideal|
|Author||:||William Paton Ker|