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Midland Books
Publisher: Indiana University Press. Country: United States. Date: c. 1957- .





MIDLAND BOOKS (INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS)
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Arranged alphabetically by author and title


MB-1. Metamorphoses. Ovid. Rolfe Humphries, tr.
MB-2. The Art of Love. Ovid. Rolfe Humphries, tr.
MB-3. The Love Ethic of D. H. Lawrence. Mark Spilka.
MB-4. Santayana and the Sense of Beauty. Willard Arnett.
MB-5. The Examined Life. Warner Fite.
MB-6. The Diplomacy of the American Revolution. Samuel Flagg Bemis.
MB-7. The Literary Symbol. William York Tindall.
MB-8. Geoffrey Chaucer. John Livingstone Lowes.
MB-9. The Emperor's Clothes. Kathleen Nott.
MB-10. In the Spirit of William James. Ralph Barton Perry.

MB-11. Sketch for a Self-Portrait. Bernard Berenson.
MB-12. The Double - F. M. Dostoyevsky.
MB-13. Paul Gauguin's Intimate Journals. Paul Gauguin.
MB-14. African Notebook. Alfred Schweitzer.
MB-15. The Moral Decision. Edmond Cahn.
MB-16. Forms of Modern Fiction. William Van O'Connor, ed.
MB-17. Five Masters. Joseph Wood Krutch.
MB-18. A Book About Bees. Edwin Way Teale.
MB-19. The Esthetic Basis of Greek Art. Rhys Carpenter.
MB-20. The Satires of Juvenal. Rolfe Humphries, tr.

MB-21. Freedom and Civlization. Bronislaw Malinowski.
MB-22. John Dryden: A Study of His Poetry. Mark Van Doren.
MB-23. The Managerial Revolution. James Burnham.
MB-24. Age of Surrealism. Wallace Fowlie.
MB-25. Coleridge on Imagination. I. A. Richards.
MB-26. James Joyce and the Making of Ulysses. Frank Bugden.
MB-27. The Life of Science. George Sarton.
MB-28. Our American Weather. George H. T. Kimble.
MB-29. The Three Worlds of Albert Schweitzer. Robert Payne.
MB-30. Oxford Lectures on Poetry. A. C. Bradley.

MB-31. Aspects of Form. Lancelot Law Whyte, ed.
MB-32. Art and Industry. Herbert Read.
MB-33. The Tales of Rabbi Nachman. Martin Buber.
MB-34. Magic and Schizophrenia. Géza Róheim.
MB-35. The History of Science and the New Humanism. George Sarton.
MB-36. The Golden Ass. Apuleius. Jack Lindsay, tr.
MB-37. Music in American Life. Jacques Barzun.
MB-38. Dante's La Vita Nuova. Mark Musa, tr.
MB-39. Nehru on World History. Jawaharlal Nehru. Saul K. Padover, ed.
MB-40. The Discovery of Language: Linguistic Science in the Nineteenth Century. Holger Pedersen.

MB-41. The Paradox of Tragedy. D. D. Raphael.
MB-42. An Introduction to the Greek Theatre. Peter D. Arnott.
MB-43. Reflections on the Death of a Porcupine. D. H. Lawrence.
MB-44. The Three Worlds of Boris Pasternak. Robert Payne.
MB-45. Vergil's Aeneid. L. R. Lind, tr.
MB-46. Essays on the Odyssey: Selected Modern Criticism. Charles H. Taylor, Jr., ed.
MB-47. The Living Thoughts of Kierkegaard. Presented by W. H. Auden.
MB-48. The Question of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Ernst Cassirer.
MB-49. The New Apologists for Poetry. Murray Krieger.
MB-50. Speech: Its Function and Development. Grace A. de Laguna.

MB-51. Ariosto's Orlando Furioso. Rudolf Gottfried, tr.
MB-52. The Enchiridon of Erasmus. Raymond Himelick, tr.
MB-53. Martial: Selected Epigrams. Martial. Rolf Humphries, tr.
MB-54. The Idiom of Poetry. Frederick A. Pottle.
MB-55. The Sense of Injustice. Edmond Cahn.
MB-56. Mankind, Nation and Individual: From a Linguistic Point of View. Otto Jespersen.
MB-58. D. H. Lawrence: The Failure and the Triumph of Art. Eliseo Vivas.
MB-59. The Challenge of Existentialism. John Wild.
MB-60. Three Greek Plays for the Theatre. Peter D. Arnott, tr.

MB-61. The American Negro. Melville J. Herskovits.
MB-62. The Chinese Eye: An Interpretation of Chinese Painting. Chiang Yee.
MB-63. Perspectives by Incongruity. Kenneth Burke.
MB-64. Terms for Order. Kenneth Burke.
MB-65. Early Medieval Art. Ernst Kitzinger.
MB-66. The Rampaging Frontier. Thomas D. Clark.
MB-67. A Style Manual for Students. Rev. Ed. Edward D. Seeber.
MB-68. Essays in the Philosophy of Art. R. G. Collingwood.
MB-69. Essays on Dante. Mark Musa, ed.
MB-70. The Influence of Darwin on Philosophy. John Dewey.

MB-71. Rational Man: A Modern Interpretation of Aristotelian Ethics. Henry B. Veatch.
MB-72. The Stature of Theodore Dreiser: A Critical Survey of the Man and his Work. Alfred Kazin and Charles Shapiro, eds.
MB-73. Beowulf. Lucien Dean Pearson, tr.
MB-74. Love in Literature: Studies in Symbolic Expression. Wallace Fowlie.
MB-75. The Population Crisis: Implications and Plans for Action. Larry K. Y. Ng, tr.
MB-76. A Style Manual for Authors. Edward D. Seeber.
MB-77. The Well-Tempered Critic. Northrop Frye.
MB-78. The Inclusive Flame: Studies in Modern American Poetry. Glauco Cambon.
MB-79. The Poems of Propertius. Constance Carrier, tr.
MB-80. A Dialogue of Comfort Against Tribulation. St. Thomas More.

MB-81. The Etruscans in the Ancient World. Otto-Wilhelm von Vacano.
MB-82. Essays on the Eighteenth-Century Novel. Robert D. Spector, ed.
MB-83. Myth: A Symposium. Thomas A. Sebeok, ed.
MB-84. The Good City. Lawrence Haworth.
MB-85. Kant and the Problem of Metaphysics. Martin Heidigger.
MB-86. The Language of Tragedy. Moody E. Prior.
MB-87. Shakespeare's World of Images: The Development of His Moral Ideas. Donald A. Stauffer.
MB-88. The Educated Imagination. Northrop Frye.
MB-89. Faulkner: The Major Years. A Critical Study. Melvin Buckman.
MB-90. The WIthering Away of the City. York Willbern.

MB-91. Tales of the North American Indians. Stith Thompson.
MB-92. Tragedy, Myth and Mystery. Richmond Y. Hathorn.
MB-93. Sir Gawain and Pearl: Critical Essays. Robert J. Blanch, ed.
MB-94. Leopardi: Poems and Prose. Angel Flores, ed.
MB-95. Dionysius: Myth and Cult. Walter F. Otto.
MB-96. Introduction to Russian Realism: Pushkin, Gogol, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Chekhov, Sholokhov. Ernest J. Simmons.
MB-97. The Phenomenology of Internal Time-Consciousness. Edmund Husserl.
MB-98. The Troubadours. Robert Briffault.
MB-99. The Diplomacy of a New Age: Major Issues in U. S. Policy since 1945. Dexter Perkins.
MB-100. The First Modern Comedies: The SIgnificance of Etherege, Wycherley, and Congreve. Norman N. Holland.


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