Essays in history and literature presented by fellows of the Newberry Library to Stanley Pargellis /

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Newberry Library
Other Authors: Pargellis, Stanley McCrory, 1898-, Bluhm, Heinz, 1907- (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Chicago, [publisher not identified] ; 1965.
Table of Contents:
  • Stanley Pargellis: Newberry librarian, 1942-1962, by R. A. Billington
  • A forgotten chronicle of early fifteenth-century Venice, by H. Baron
  • Valla's Encomium of St. Thomas Aquinas and the humanist conception of Christian antiquity, by H. H. Gray
  • The pride of Martin Luther, by H. Bluhm
  • Ronsard and Belleforest on the origins of France, by B. L. O. Richter
  • Three Spanish libraries of emblem books and compendia, by K.-L. Selig
  • The road to Esmeraldas: the failure of a Spanish conquest in the seventeenth century, by J. L. Phelan.
  • Paolo Sarpl's appraisal of James I, by J. L. Lievsay
  • The influence of Thomas Ellwood upon Milton's epics, by J. M. Patrick
  • Defoe's "Queries upon the foregoing act": a defense of civil liberty in South Carolina, by J. R. Moore
  • The case of Swaine versus Drage: an eighteenth-century publishing mystery solved, by P. G. Adams
  • Blake's Blake, by J. H. Hagstrum
  • "The infernal Hazlitt," the New monthly magazine, and The conversations of James Northcote, R.A., by H. M. Sikes
  • The history of bibliography, by A. Taylor
  • Theocracy and the individual, by S. Morison
  • The writings of Stanley Pargellis, by D. W. Krummel (p. 221-231)