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(41) See, for example, Joyce Hill, 'Methodologies, Mantras, and Paradigms: Research in Early Medieval English Literature', JEGP, 105 (2006), 87-101.
Greenfield, "Min, Sylf, and 'Dramatic Voices in The Wanderer and The Seafarer,' " JEGP 68 (1969): 212-20; pp.
More enthusiastically, Allan Holaday, "Shakespeare, Richard Edwards, and the Virtues Reconciled" JEGP 66 (1967): 200-206, concludes, "Syracuse becomes a shadow of the New Jerusalem, a place governed by friendship and blessed by that celestial harmony that, as Lorenzo tells Jessica [in The Merchant of Venice] 'is in immortal souls'" (206-5).
"Droste-Hulshoff's Ophelia and the Recovery of Voice." JEGP 82 (1983): 374-91.
"The Duchess of Newcastle's Visit to the Royal Society;" JEGP 51: 168-76.
1 Marguerite Little, 'Milton's Ad Patrem and the Younger Gill's In Natalem Mei Parentis', JEGP, xlix (1950), 345 51.
He proceeds on the lines of Jonathan Wordsworth's 'The Five-Book Prelude of Early Spring 1804' (JEGP 76 (1977), 1-28), and Mark L.
"Richard III and the Reformation." JEGP 83 (1984): 509-21.
23, 27-28), and see also Rodney Stenning Edgecombe, "Topographic Disaffection in Dickens' American Notes and Martin Chuzzlewit," JEGP 93, No.
JEGP: Journal of English and Germanic Phililogy 93-4 (1994): 603.* Swanson, Renee.
Beowulf's report is thus the last great hall-scene of the poem." Though offering a perceptive reassessment of the monsters in the poem from an anthropological perspective that complements my own, Ward Parks neglects to discuss Beowulf's own account of the fight with Grendel and, indeed, conflates the poet's first report of Grendel killing the unnamed "slsependne rinc" (741a) with the later announcement by Beowulf that his name is Hondscio ("Prey Tell: How Heroes Perceive Monsters in Beowulf," JEGP 92 [1993]: 1-16, esp.
Track two: Revitalize The Economy: Adopting the detailed action plans of JEGP; focusing on promoting partnership with the private sector (PPP), especially in investment opportunity projects; and implementing a set of legislations that stimulate economic growth.