JEGP

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JEGPJournal of English and Germanic Philology
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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.
Our one Hartleyan interpretation of the poem dates to 1936: Dorothy Waples, "David Hartley in The Ancient Mariner," JEGP 35 (1936): 337-51.
Rohr Philmus, 'Gascoigne's Fable of the Artist as a Young Man', JEGP, lxxiii (1974), 13-31), a call for a sixteenth-century readership capable of responding to sophisticated literature (G.
McPeek, 'The Major Sources of Spenser's "Epithalamion"', JEGP, 35 (1936), 183-213 (p.
For a brief summation of the major assumptions and procedures of this hermeneutical approach, see my "Typology, History, and Blake's Milton," JEGP 81 (1982), 33-42.
See Change, 'A Note on "Sharawadgi"', MLN 45/4 (1930), 221-4; Lovejoy, 'On the Chinese Origin of a Romanticism', JEGP 32/1 (1933), 1-20; Chung-shu, 'China and the English Literature of the Seventeenth Century', Quarterly Bulletin of Chinese Bibliography of the Seventeenth Century, 1/4 (1940), 372; Lang and Pevsner, 'Sir William Temple and Sharawaggi', Architectural Review, 106 (1949), 391-2.
King Abdullah ordered the Economic Policies Council to follow up on the implementation of the JEGP in cooperation with the government.
For the seminal account of the tale's connection to a typological hermeneutic, see Sherman Hawkins, "Chaucers Prioress and the Sacrifice of Praise," JEGP 63 (1964): 599-624.
48; "Influence and Intertextuality: Hopkins and the School of Dante," JEGP 83 (1984): 362; "Hopkins, Christina Rossetti, and Pre-Raphaelitism, VN 57 (1980): 3.
Hoffmann's 'Einsiedler Serapion' and 'Rat Krespel' as Models of Reading," JEGP 85 (1986): 50-69.
See James Foster, "Robinson Crusoe and the Uses of the Imagination," JEGP 91 (1992): 198.