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The sewanee review, 1898, vol. 6: a quarterly journal (classic reprint) - The Normans in Normandy: Bibliography–Secondary Sources 1.



Addison, Wanda Gail. “Works in Progress: Edith Wharton’s Lily Bart and Theodore Dreiser’s Carrie Meeber.” Master’s thesis, U of Memphis, 2001.  

Bacciucchi, Barbara. “A Comparative Analysis of the Roles and Meanings of Chicago in Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie, Richard Wright’s Native Son and Saul Bellow’s The Dean’s December.” Theis. Pro gradu -tyo¨. Englantilainen filologia. Helsingin yliopisto [U of Helsinki], 2000 81 pages.  

Bacon, Mardges. Le Corbusier in America: Travels in the Land of the Timid Cambridge, MA: MIT P, 2001. ix, xvi, 48-57 passim +Details the intense relationship between French architect Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris (Le Corbusier) and Dreiser’s literary assistant and mistress Marguerite Tjader Harris that began in 1932 and blossomed during Le Corbusier’s lecture tour of the United States in the 1930s. Places that relationship within the context of Marguerite Tjader Harris’s relationship with Dreiser, providing considerable biographical detail about Harris and about her relationship with Dreiser (to the extent that it had a bearing on her relationship with Le Corbusier).  

Bibliografía de Ortega
Compiled by Udo Rukser.
Madrid: Ediciones de la Revista de Occidente, 1971. 407 p.
(Estudios Orteguianos, 3)

Bibliografía estadounidense sobre Ortega
José Luis Gómez-Martínez
Quinto Centenario, Norteamérica, Vol. 6, January 1983, pp. 177-212.
revistas.ucm.es/index.php/QUCE/article/view/QUCE8383220177A/1852

José Ortega y Gasset: A Bibliography of Secondary Sources
Compiled by Antón Donoso and Harold C. Raley.
Bowling Green, Ohio, U.S.A.: Philosophy Documentation Center, Bowling Green State University, 1986. 449 p.
(Bibliographies of Famous Philosophers)

Addison, Wanda Gail. “Works in Progress: Edith Wharton’s Lily Bart and Theodore Dreiser’s Carrie Meeber.” Master’s thesis, U of Memphis, 2001.  

Bacciucchi, Barbara. “A Comparative Analysis of the Roles and Meanings of Chicago in Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie, Richard Wright’s Native Son and Saul Bellow’s The Dean’s December.” Theis. Pro gradu -tyo¨. Englantilainen filologia. Helsingin yliopisto [U of Helsinki], 2000 81 pages.  

Bacon, Mardges. Le Corbusier in America: Travels in the Land of the Timid Cambridge, MA: MIT P, 2001. ix, xvi, 48-57 passim +Details the intense relationship between French architect Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris (Le Corbusier) and Dreiser’s literary assistant and mistress Marguerite Tjader Harris that began in 1932 and blossomed during Le Corbusier’s lecture tour of the United States in the 1930s. Places that relationship within the context of Marguerite Tjader Harris’s relationship with Dreiser, providing considerable biographical detail about Harris and about her relationship with Dreiser (to the extent that it had a bearing on her relationship with Le Corbusier).  

Addison, Wanda Gail. “Works in Progress: Edith Wharton’s Lily Bart and Theodore Dreiser’s Carrie Meeber.” Master’s thesis, U of Memphis, 2001.  

Bacciucchi, Barbara. “A Comparative Analysis of the Roles and Meanings of Chicago in Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie, Richard Wright’s Native Son and Saul Bellow’s The Dean’s December.” Theis. Pro gradu -tyo¨. Englantilainen filologia. Helsingin yliopisto [U of Helsinki], 2000 81 pages.  

Bacon, Mardges. Le Corbusier in America: Travels in the Land of the Timid Cambridge, MA: MIT P, 2001. ix, xvi, 48-57 passim +Details the intense relationship between French architect Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris (Le Corbusier) and Dreiser’s literary assistant and mistress Marguerite Tjader Harris that began in 1932 and blossomed during Le Corbusier’s lecture tour of the United States in the 1930s. Places that relationship within the context of Marguerite Tjader Harris’s relationship with Dreiser, providing considerable biographical detail about Harris and about her relationship with Dreiser (to the extent that it had a bearing on her relationship with Le Corbusier).  

Bibliografía de Ortega
Compiled by Udo Rukser.
Madrid: Ediciones de la Revista de Occidente, 1971. 407 p.
(Estudios Orteguianos, 3)

Bibliografía estadounidense sobre Ortega
José Luis Gómez-Martínez
Quinto Centenario, Norteamérica, Vol. 6, January 1983, pp. 177-212.
revistas.ucm.es/index.php/QUCE/article/view/QUCE8383220177A/1852

José Ortega y Gasset: A Bibliography of Secondary Sources
Compiled by Antón Donoso and Harold C. Raley.
Bowling Green, Ohio, U.S.A.: Philosophy Documentation Center, Bowling Green State University, 1986. 449 p.
(Bibliographies of Famous Philosophers)

Edward Verrall Lucas , CH (11/12 June 1868 – 26 June 1938) was an English humorist, essayist, playwright, biographer, publisher, poet, novelist, short story writer and editor.

Born to a Quaker family on the fringes of London, Lucas began work at the age of sixteen, apprenticed to a bookseller. After that he turned to journalism, and worked on a local paper in Brighton and then on a London evening paper. He was commissioned to write a biography of Bernard Barton , the Quaker poet. This led to further commissions, including the editing of the works of Charles Lamb .

Lucas joined the staff of the humorous magazine Punch in 1904, and remained there for the rest of his life. He was a prolific writer, most celebrated for his short essays, but he also produced verses, novels and plays.

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Works by Edward Verrall Lucas at Project Gutenberg; Works by Edward Verrall Lucas at Faded Page (Canada) Works by or about E. V. Lucas at Internet Archive

Addison, Wanda Gail. “Works in Progress: Edith Wharton’s Lily Bart and Theodore Dreiser’s Carrie Meeber.” Master’s thesis, U of Memphis, 2001.  

Bacciucchi, Barbara. “A Comparative Analysis of the Roles and Meanings of Chicago in Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie, Richard Wright’s Native Son and Saul Bellow’s The Dean’s December.” Theis. Pro gradu -tyo¨. Englantilainen filologia. Helsingin yliopisto [U of Helsinki], 2000 81 pages.  

Bacon, Mardges. Le Corbusier in America: Travels in the Land of the Timid Cambridge, MA: MIT P, 2001. ix, xvi, 48-57 passim +Details the intense relationship between French architect Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris (Le Corbusier) and Dreiser’s literary assistant and mistress Marguerite Tjader Harris that began in 1932 and blossomed during Le Corbusier’s lecture tour of the United States in the 1930s. Places that relationship within the context of Marguerite Tjader Harris’s relationship with Dreiser, providing considerable biographical detail about Harris and about her relationship with Dreiser (to the extent that it had a bearing on her relationship with Le Corbusier).  

Bibliografía de Ortega
Compiled by Udo Rukser.
Madrid: Ediciones de la Revista de Occidente, 1971. 407 p.
(Estudios Orteguianos, 3)

Bibliografía estadounidense sobre Ortega
José Luis Gómez-Martínez
Quinto Centenario, Norteamérica, Vol. 6, January 1983, pp. 177-212.
revistas.ucm.es/index.php/QUCE/article/view/QUCE8383220177A/1852

José Ortega y Gasset: A Bibliography of Secondary Sources
Compiled by Antón Donoso and Harold C. Raley.
Bowling Green, Ohio, U.S.A.: Philosophy Documentation Center, Bowling Green State University, 1986. 449 p.
(Bibliographies of Famous Philosophers)

Edward Verrall Lucas , CH (11/12 June 1868 – 26 June 1938) was an English humorist, essayist, playwright, biographer, publisher, poet, novelist, short story writer and editor.

Born to a Quaker family on the fringes of London, Lucas began work at the age of sixteen, apprenticed to a bookseller. After that he turned to journalism, and worked on a local paper in Brighton and then on a London evening paper. He was commissioned to write a biography of Bernard Barton , the Quaker poet. This led to further commissions, including the editing of the works of Charles Lamb .

Lucas joined the staff of the humorous magazine Punch in 1904, and remained there for the rest of his life. He was a prolific writer, most celebrated for his short essays, but he also produced verses, novels and plays.


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