Plus ultra, by C. D. Lewis.
Trollope: the psychological stream, by C. P. Snow.
Trollope's young women, by P. H. Johnson.
Mark Rutherford: the puritan as novelist, by A. J. Warner.
The Englishness of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, by P. Christophersen.
The sea cook: a study in the art of Robert Louis Stevenson, by W. W. Robson.
Thomas Hardy and probability, by R. Morrell.
Notes for a study of The waves, by J. I. M. Stewart.
Paradigms of Hell: symbolic patterning in Under the volcano, by T. Bareham.
On knowing What Maisie knew, perhaps, by A. E. Dyson.
Joyce Cary in Ireland, by J. Simmons.
James Joyce: The hedgehog and the fox, by M. Allott.
The fury of the marshes: Baring-Gould's Mehalah, by B. S. Benedikz.
The Golding bough: aspects of myth and ritual in The lord of the flies, by A. D. Fleck.
The precursors of Defoe: Puritanism and the rise of the novel, by A. Kettle.
Saul Bellow's ineffectual angels, by A. Waterman.