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Name: 
Cook, A. S.
Cook, Albert
Cook, Albert S.
Cook, Albert Stanburrough
Dates: 
1853-1927 Ed
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Related names: 
Burke, Edmund (1730-1797)
Cynewulf
Ginn and Company
Hunt, Leigh (1784-1859))
Pitman, James Hall (1896-)
Shelley, Percy Bysshe (1792-1822)
Sidney, Philip (1554-1586)
Sievers, Eduard (i.e. Georg Eduard, 1850-)
Stevens, William Oliver (1878-1955)
Tinker, Chauncey Brewster (1876-1963)
Titles: 
Albert Burke's speech on conciliation with America
Anglo-Saxon cross., The
answer to the question "What is poetry?", including remarks on versification, An
Apologie for poetrie
art of poetry; the poetical treatises of Horace, Vida, and Boileau with the translations by Howes, Pitt, and Soame., The
Asser's Life of King Alfred
authorised version and its influence, The
authorized version of the Bible and its influence, The
Bewcastle cross, The
Bible and English prose style, The : selections and comments
Biblical quotations in Old English prose writers. 2d series
Biblical quotations in old English prose writers : second series, edited with the Latin originals, index of Biblical passages, and index of principal words
bibliography of Chaucer, A
Cardinal Guala and the Vercelli book.
Chaucerian papers.
Christ of Cynewulf; a poem in three parts: The advent, The ascension, and The last judgment;, The
concordance to beowulf, a
concordance to the English poems of Thomas Gray., A
Criticisms on Paradise lost.
defence of poetry., A
defense of poesy, otherwise known as An apology for poetry., The
dream of the rood: an old english poem attributed to cynewulf, the
Edmund Burke's Speech on conciliation with America
Elene
Exercises in Old English : based upon the prose texts of the author's "First book in Old English"
first book in old english, a
glossary of the old Northumbrian gospels. (Lindisfarne gospels or Durham book.), A
higher study of English, The
historical background of Chaucer's knight., The
Judith, an old English epic fragment
Judith (Anglo-Saxon poem)
Judith (poemat anglo-saksoński)
last months of Chaucer's earliest patron, The
literary Middle English reader, A
old English Elene, Phœnix, and Physiologus, The
Old English grammar, An
pen sketches and reminiscences of sixty years
Phoenix
phonological investigation of old english, the
Physiologue
Physiologus. Anglo-Saxon.
Poetry, with reference to Aristotle's Poetics;
Princess Tennyson's, The
Select translations from Old English poetry
Select translations from Old English prose
Some accounts of the Bewcastle cross between the years 1607 and 1861
Specimen letters
Speech on conciliation with America
study in epic development, A
Tennyson's The princess
Translations from the Old English
will of Ellis Cook of Southampton, Long Island, d. 1679, The
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