Review of Christopher Brennan, ed. with introduction and notes by Terry Sturm
What has this Portable Edition of Christopher Brennan's work got to offer us? A useful, very pointed and challenging selection, including a great deal of material which many readers may have heard of but which few can have read before: manuscripts never previously printed; essays and shorter items published in old books and journals which are now obtainable only in a few libraries. By including this material, and by the kind of selection he has made from items already published in the volume of Brennan's Prose edited by A. R. Chisholm and J. J. Quinn (1962), Terry Sturm gives us a perspective on Brennan and his work significantly different from the view suggested by Chisholm and Quinn.
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