Ithaca:: Cornell University Press, 1935., 1935. 8vo. 102 pp. Index. Original navy blue gilt-stamped cloth. Fine. Cooper was Professor of English Language, Cornell University: he "was above all a great teacher, one of the greatest of his generation in America. Unmarried, he made his students the center of his life, lavishing upon them the resources of a strong personality. His concordances—of Wordsworth, Boethius, the poems of Milton—are indispensable tools of scholarship. A scholar may profitably consult his Aristotelian Theory of Comedy. Yet his greatest strength lay elsewhere than in the realm of pure historical research. Of his twenty-seven books, some of them gatherings from nearly 200 articles and reviews, a significant portion are related to the courses he taught." – [selected from an Obituary, written by James Hutton, Harry Caplan, J. L. Zwingle. (Inventory #: S11552)
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