Arthur Woolgar Verrall (1851-1912) was a classicist, a lecturer, and the first Professor of English Literature at the University of Cambridge. In this collection, published posthumously in 1913, the subjects range from Dante's epic poetry to Sir Walter Scott's prose, demonstrating the breadth of Verrall's literary consciousness and interest.Euripides. It is well known how...Verrall proposed a solution for this dilemma. Whether it is the correct one is a highly controversial question; but it may be asserted with some confidence that the correct solution will be found upon Verralla#39;s lines.
|Title||:||Collected Literary Essays|
|Author||:||A. W. Verrall|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2012-03-29|