GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF POETICS
Abercrombie, Lascelles. The Theory of Poetry. London: 1918.
Principles of English Prosody. London: 1923.
The Idea of Great Poetry. London: 1925.
Poetry, Its Music and Meaning. Oxford: 1932.
Alden, R. M. An Introduction to Poetry. New York: 1909. (Among the best of the books designed for beginners.)
Allen, G. W. American Prosody. New York: 1934. (Scholarly, comprehensive chapters on Freneau, Bryant, Poe, Emerson, Whittier, Longfellow, Holmes, Whitman, Lowell, Lanier, and Emily Dickinson. Indispensable for all students of American poetry. Contains an excellent introduction dealing with terms and principles, and bibliographies.)
Andersen, Johannes C. The Laws of Verse. Cambridge, England: 1928. (Stimulating.)
Andrews, C. E. Writing and Reading of Verse. New York: 1918. (Comprehensive and fresh.)
Atkins, J. W. H. Literary Criticism in Antiquity. Cambridge, England: 1934. 2 vols. (The best comprehensive survey of Greek and Roman theories; well-documented and well-balanced.)
Baldwin, Charles. Ancient Rhetoric and Poetic. New York: 1924.
Mediœval Rhetoric and Poetic. New York: 1928. (The two books by Baldwin are able, well-documented, and concise.)
Barfield, Owen. Poetic Diction, A Study in Meaning. London: 1928.
Baum, P. F. The Principles of English Versification. Cambridge, Mass.: 1922. (Authoritative.)
Bayfield, M. A. The Measures of the Poets, a New System of English Prosody. Cambridge, England: 1919. (An advanced work advocating prosodic reforms.)
Beeching, H. C. Two Lectures Introductory to the Study of Poetry. Cambridge, England: 1902.
Boas, George. Philosophy and Poetry. Norton, Mass.: 1932.
Bosanquet, Bernard. A History of Æsthetic. Second Edition, New York: 1917. (The standard history of European theory, with bibliography.)
Bremond, Henri. Prayer and Poetry. London: 1928. (A suggestive attempt to relate these.)
Bridges, Robert. The Testament of Beauty. Oxford: 1929.
Brown, S. J. The Realm of Poetry; an Introduction. London: 1921.
Buchanan, S. M. Poetry and Mathematics. New York: 1929.
Buck, P. M. Literary Criticism. New York: 1930. (Admirable discussions of poetic values, style, imagery, and genres. Bibliography.)
Butcher, S. H. Aristotle's Theory of Poetry and Fine Art, with a Critical Text and Translation of the Poetics. London: 1902. (Contains extensive scholarly comment on theses such as "imitation.")
Chapin, Elsa, and Thomas, R. A New Approach to Poetry. Chicago: 1929.
Clark, D. H. Rhetoric and Poetic in the [English] Renaissance. New York: 1922. (An able work.)
Coleridge, S. T. Biographia Literaria, ed. Shaw cross . 2 vols. Oxford: 1907.
Cook, A. S. The Art of Poetry. Boston: 1892. (Contains the text and translation of the manuals on this subject by Horace, Vida, and Boileau.)
Cooper, Lane. Aristotle on the Art of Poetry. New York: 1913. ("An amplified version with supplementary illustrations for students of English.")
Courthope, W. J. Life in Poetry:Law in Taste. New York: 1901.
Cowl, R. The Theory of Poetry in England. London: 1914.
Croce, Benedetto. Æsthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic. Translated by D. Ainslee. London: 1922.
Crum, R. B. Scientific Thought in Poetry. New York: 1931. (A suggestive and scholarly work, with special attention to the poets' reaction to Newtonianism and Evolution. Bibliography.)
De E. Sélincourt The Study of Poetry. English Assoc. Pamphlet, No. 40. Oxford: 1929.
"Rhyme in English Poetry", in Essays and Studies by Members of the English Association, Vol. VII, pp. 7-29. Oxford: 1921.
Dodds, Mrs. A. E. (Powell). The Romantic Theory of Poetry. London: 1926. (A useful survey from the standpoint of Crocean criteria.)
Eastman, Max. The Enjoyment of Poetry and the Use of Criticism:Studies in the Relations of Criticism to Poetry in England. New York: 1913. (Popular.)
Eliot, T. S. The Use of Poetry. Cambridge: 1933.
Erskine, John. The Kinds of Poetry, and Other Essays. New York: 1920.
Foerster, Norman. American Criticism. Boston: 1928. (Pages 241-257 provide an excellent outline of criteria for judicial criticism.)
Garrod, H. W. Poetry and the Criticism of Life. Cambridge, Mass.: 1931.
The Profession of Poetry. London: 1929.
Gayley, C. M., and Kurtz, B. P. Methods and Materials of Literary Criticism:Lyric, Epic, and Allied Forms of Poetry. Boston: 1920. (An in

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