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(1905) by Elmer Edgar Stoll -
The Periods of His Work as Determined by His Relations to the Drama of His Day
Othello: An Historical and Comparative Study
(1916) by Elmer Edgar Stoll -
Hamlet: A Historical and Comparative Study
(1920) by Elmer Edgar Stoll -
Taboos in America
by Elmer Edgar Stoll, pp. 1929-1937 -
On the Anniversary of the Folio
by Elmer Edgar Stoll, pp. 646-659 -
The North American Review
(1927) by Elmer Edgar Stoll
Historical and Comparative in Method
by Elmer Edgar Stoll, pp. 356-364 -
The North American Review
Poets and Playwrights
(1929) by Elmer Edgar Stoll
Shakespeare, Jonson, Spenser and Milton
Art and Artifice in Shakespeare
(1933) by Elmer Edgar Stoll
A Study in Dramatic Illusion and Contrast
Shakespeare's Young Lovers
(1937) by Elmer Edgar Stoll
The Alexander Lectures at the University of Toronto
The Detective Spirit in Criticism
by Elmer Edgar Stoll, pp. 12-17 -
The Saturday Review
May 8, 1937
Shakespeare and Other Masters
(1940) by Elmer Edgar Stoll
From Shakespeare to Joyce
(1944) by Elmer Edgar Stoll
Authors and Critics; Literature and Life
"How Social Darwinism Made Modern China"
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