Papers, 1914-1944.

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Dargan, Henry M. (Henry McCune), b. 1889. Papers, 1914-1944.

Papers, 1914-1944.

Typescript of his Studies in the satire of Swift, Ph. D thesis, Harvard University, 1914. Includes galleys of his monograph, The nature of allegory as used by Swift, based on chapter 5 of the thesis. Also includes essays on Shakespeare.

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