The Northern Element in English Literature

By Sir William Craigie

© 1933

In 1931, Sir William Craigie gave the Alexander Lectures in English at the University of Toronto entitled The Northern Element in English Literature with a focus on proving the existence of a Northern literary culture, comparing English literature with Northern literature, especially that of the Scottish and Scandinavians. The book is divided into four lectures.

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  • Series: Alexander Lectures
  • World Rights
  • Page Count: 136 pages
  • Dimensions: 5.5in x 0.3in x 8.4in
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Craigie focuses on proving the existence of a Northern literary culture, comparing English literature with Northern literature, especially that of the Scottish and Scandinavians.

The Northern Element in English Literature

By Sir William Craigie

© 1933

In 1931, Sir William Craigie gave the Alexander Lectures in English at the University of Toronto entitled The Northern Element in English Literature with a focus on proving the existence of a Northern literary culture, comparing English literature with Northern literature, especially that of the Scottish and Scandinavians. The book is divided into four lectures.

Product Details

  • Series: Alexander Lectures
  • World Rights
  • Page Count: 136 pages
  • Dimensions: 5.5in x 0.3in x 8.4in
  • Author Information

    Sir William Craigie (1867-1957) was a philologist and a lexicographer. He taught English at the University of Chicago.