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PARGETER , Rita Blanche (1912-2001)

K/PP92/2/1-22: Notes concerning types of literature

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K/PP92/2/1

1931-1934

Notes on the Ballad

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter defining the ballad and providing the different types and styles.

1p.


K/PP92/2/2

1931-1934

Notes on Prose

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter defining prose verse and a listing and short biography of authors writing in prose verse.

1p.


K/PP92/2/3

1931-1934

Notes on Lyrics

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter on the different types and the history of lyrics.

1p.


K/PP92/2/4

1931-1934

Notes on the Style of the “Battle of Maldon”

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter on the style of the “Battle of Maldon,” and notes on the arts in early England.

1p.


K/PP92/2/5

1931-1934

An Essay on Paradise Lost

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter including an essay on the blank verse of “Paradise Lost” by John Milton

1p.


K/PP92/2/6

1931-1934

Notes on the English Ode

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter on the development of the English ode.

1p.


K/PP92/2/7

1931-1934

Notes on the Sonnet

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter on the sonnet.

1p.


K/PP92/2/8

1931-1934

Notes on Mysticism

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter on mysticism.

1p.


K/PP92/2/9

1931-1934

General College Notes

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter including General College notes.

1p.


K/PP92/2/10

1931-1934

Notes on Dramatic Method

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter on dramatic method.

1p.


K/PP92/2/11

1931-1934

Notes on Poetics

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter on poetics.

1p.


K/PP92/2/12

1931-1934

Notes on Satire

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter on satire.

1p.


K/PP92/2/13

1931-1934

Notes on the Heroic Couplet

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter on the heroic couplet.

1p.


K/PP92/2/14

1931-1934

Notes on the Epic

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter on the epic.

1p.


K/PP92/2/15

1931-1934

Notes on the Study of Poetry

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter on the study of poetry.

1p.


K/PP92/2/16

1931-1934

Notes on the History of English

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter including a short history of English; the relation of the dialects to other languages; and the chronological divisions of English.

1 vol.


K/PP92/2/17

1931-1934

Notes on the Elements of a Book

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter on the elements of the bibliography; the parts of a printed book; the printing of books; the sizes of books; the makeup of books; the imposition of type; and the influence of these processes on text.

1 vol.


K/PP92/2/18

1931-1934

Essay on Things of the Spirit

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter including an essay on Things of the Spirit.

1p.


K/PP92/2/19

1931-1934

Notes on the Study of Literature

Notebook containing manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter including the study of literature; an essay on the most natural ways in which an author can express himself; the fundamental impulse to literature; the sentiment of fear; the new spirit in Literature; the progress of the Renaissance; the spell of the classics; literary forms; the revolt against classical tyranny; the emergence of originality; and literature since the 14th century.

1 vol.


K/PP92/2/20

1931-1934

Notes on the History of English since Chaucer

Manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter on modern English, N.E. Period, and sources of information concerning the history of English since Geoffrey Chaucer.

1p.


K/PP92/2/22

1931-1934

Notes on English Literature

Notebook containing manuscript notes by Rita Pargeter including notes on English literature; English miracle and morality plays; notes on Christopher Marlowe; a “Midsummer Night’s Dream;” Pyramus and This be; variations in blank verse; “Helena;” Hamlet’s Soliloquies; an essay “Pope was not a poet, but “the high priest of an Age of Prose and Reason;”” “A Shorter Boswell;” Johnson’s dictionary and opinions and life; an essay “The Leech Gatherer;” an essay “Wordsworth’s Style;” an essay “Adonais” and “Lycidas;” selected poems by Tennyson; an essay “Michael” and “Dora;” an essay “Ulysses;” notes on the poetry of Browning; the comparison of Tennyson and Browning; notes on Browning and the monologue; an essay “The Belief of Bishop Bloupram;” an essay “The element of grotesque in Browning’s verse;” an essay “The Grammarian’s Funeral;” an essay “The Character of the Bishop, and the way in which Browning reveals it;” notes on Lord Byron; “The Oxford Book of English Verse;” The Victorian Age in literature; Tennyson and Browning; the Life of Tennyson: 1809-92; Browning; the life of Browning; the Victorian Age; the Pre-Raphaelite group; George Meredith; the Mystic Group; the Celtic Group; an essay “Matthew Arnold’s Criticism of Wordsworth;” an essay “Matthew Arnold’s Criticism of Chaucer;” Charlotte Bronte; Charles Dickens; notes on humour; satire and irony; pathos; characters; style; an essay “In what sense; if any; would you apply the term “realist” to Charles Dickens?; “notes on George Eliot; What has Newman to say about style?; “Why should Religious knowledge be taught as a branch of secular learning?;” An essay “English Catholic literature;” an essay “Christianity and Letters;” an essay “Christianity and Medical Science;” an essay “What does Newman mean by liberal knowledge?;” Notes on how far will Liberal Knowledge affect a man’s attitude to Religion?; An essay “How does Newton define a Classic?;” What are the English Classics?; Notes on modern poetry; traditional and historical poetry; short, bullet point notes on several dozen authors; local poetry; an essay “Rupert Brooke;” an essay “Do you consider that the attitude of modern poets towards children and animals is sentimental?;” An essay “The Poetry of Yeats;” an essay “The Poetry of Robert Bridges and Thomas Hardy;” an essay “Poetry is a transfiguration of life heightened by the homesickness of the spirit for a perfect world;” “The Shropshire Lad;” an essay “A.E. Housman’s Philosophy;” an essay “The Silver Box;” an essay “Why Galsworthy wrote “The Silver Box;”” notes on figures of speech; and parts of speech.

1 vol

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