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  • An Aspect of the Work of Jane Austen
    Scrutiny
    , March 1940, pp. 346-362 - PDF
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1930s
      = 8 Years, 31 Issues, 572 Articles
      1. [–] Issues of the 1940s
        = 10 Years, 33 Issues, 365 Articles
        1. [–] Issues of 1940
          = 4 Issues, 52 Articles
          1. [–] March 1940 Issue
            = 13 Articles
            1. Regulated Hatred by D.W. Harding, pp. 346-362 - PDF
            2. 'Athalie' and the Dictators by Martin Turnell, pp. 363-389 - PDF
            3. Searchlight on Tin-Pan Alley by W.H. Mellers, pp. 390-405 - PDF
            4. Revaluations (XII) by Eugene Marius Bewley, pp. 406-420 - PDF
            5. Correspondence by James Smith, D.W. Harding, and Thomas..., pp. 421-429 - PDF
            6. 'English in Schools', p. 430 - PDF
            7. [+] How to Read a Newspaper by F. Chapman, pp. 430-431 - PDF
              - 1 Review
              1. Between the Lines, or How to Read a Newspaper by Denys Thompson
            8. [+] Educational by T.R. Barnes, pp. 432-433 - PDF
              - 2 Reviews
              1. Village Life and Labour by Cecil G. Hutchinson and F. Chapman
              2. The Control of Language by Alec King and Martin Ketley
            9. [+] Scientific Humanism by J.C. Maxwell, pp. 434-436 - PDF
              - 1 Review
              1. Dangerous Thoughts by Lancelot T. Hogben
            10. [+] The Great Yeats, and the Latest by F.R. Leavis, pp. 437-440 - PDF
              - 1 Review
              1. Last Poems and Plays by W.B. Yeats and James Pethica
            11. [+] Classical and Romantic Again by R.G. Cox, pp. 441-443 - PDF
              - 1 Review
              1. Tradition and Romanticism by B. Ifor Evans
            12. [+] 'Nature' in the Eighteenth Century by J.C. Maxwell, pp. 444-447 - PDF
              - 1 Review
              1. The Eighteenth Century Background by Basil Willey
            13. Music by W.H. Mellers, p. 448 - PDF
              1. The Eighteenth Century Background by Basil Willey
          2. [+] June 1940 Issue
            = 12 Articles
            1. [+] September 1940 Issue
              = 16 Articles
              1. [+] December 1940 Issue
                = 11 Articles
              2. [+] Issues of 1941
                = 3 Issues, 34 Articles
                1. [+] Issues of 1942
                  = 4 Issues, 48 Articles
                  1. [+] Issues of 1943
                    = 3 Issues, 31 Articles
                    1. [+] Issues of 1944
                      = 3 Issues, 28 Articles
                      1. [+] Issues of 1945
                        = 3 Issues, 26 Articles
                        1. [+] Issues of 1946
                          = 3 Issues, 34 Articles
                          1. [+] Issues of 1947
                            = 3 Issues, 37 Articles
                            1. [+] Issues of 1948
                              = 3 Issues, 32 Articles
                              1. [+] Issues of 1949
                                = 4 Issues, 43 Articles
                              2. [+] Issues of the 1950s
                                = 4 Years, 12 Issues, 97 Articles
                                1. [+] Issues of the 1960s
                                  = 1 Year, 1 Issue, 10 Articles
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