1995 Lectures and Memoirs

Volume published 1996

Wales’s Second Grammarian: Dafydd Ddu of Hiraddug [Rhys]
R Geraint Gruffydd, pages 1-28

Shakespeare’s Renaissance Realism [Shakespeare]
Alastair Fowler, pages 29-64

‘Servant, but not Slave’: Ben Jonson at the Jacobean Court [Chatterton]
Martin Butler, pages 65-93

Edward Thomas, Robert Frost and the Uses of Negation [Warton]
Gerald Hammond, pages 95-127

Marcel Duchamp and the Paradox of Modernity [Art]
Dawn Ades, pages 129-145

The Quest for a Systematic Civil Law [Maccabaean]
Peter G Stein, pages 147-164

The Economics of the Environment [with discussion by Christopher Bliss and Scott Barrett] [Keynes]
Partha Dasgupta, pages 165-221

Prosperity, Civility and Liberty: Can We Square the Circle? [Thank-Offering]
Ralf Dahrendorf, pages 223-235

David Abercrombie, 1909–1992
Peter Ladefoged, pages 239-248

James Norman Dalrymple Anderson, 1908–1994
David McClean, pages 251-263

Lloyd James Austin, 1915–1994
Clive Scott, pages 267-279

Matthew Black, 1908–1994
William McKane, pages 283-294

Muriel Clara Bradbrook, 1909–1993
Leo Salingar, pages 297-316

Ernest Henry Phelps Brown, 1906–1994
David Worswick, pages 319-344

Samuel Edward Finer, 1915–1993
Hugh Berrington, pages 347-364

John Arthur Giles Gere, 1921–1995
Christopher White, pages 367-388

Denys Hay, 1915–1994
John Larner, pages 391-410

James Bysse Joll, 1918–1994
David Blackbourn, pages 413-437

George Osborne Sayles, 1901–1994
Paul Brand, pages 441-463

John Newenham Summerson, 1904–1992
Howard Colvin, pages 467-495

Brinley Thomas, 1906–1994
J Parry Lewis, pages 499-517

Edward Palmer Thompson, 1924–1993
E J Hobsbawm, pages 521-539

Ralph Lilley Turner, 1888–1983
R H Robins, pages 543-553

Rudolf Wittkower, 1901–1971
David Rosand, pages 557-570

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