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Renascence

Essays on Values in Literature

Volume 22, Issue 3, Spring 1970
T.S. Eliot

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E. San Juan, Jr. Form and Meaning in "Gerontion"
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William J. Farrell The Waste Land as Rhetoric
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Edward Brandabur Eliot and the Myth of Mute Speech
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Joyce M. Holland Human Relations in Eliot's Drama
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Donald E. Morse Meaning of Time in Auden's For the Time Being
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Notes on Contributors
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