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Elements of criticism

Author: Henry Home, Lord; Peter Jones
Publisher: Indianapolis : Liberty Fund, ©2005.
Series: Natural law and enlightenment classics.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Document   Computer File : English : 6th edView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Home, Henry, Lord, 1696-1782.
Elements of criticism.
Indianapolis : Liberty Fund, ©2005
(OCoLC)607588018
Online version:
Home, Henry, Lord, 1696-1782.
Elements of criticism.
Indianapolis : Liberty Fund, ©2005
(OCoLC)629773066
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Home, Lord; Peter Jones
ISBN: 0865974667 9780865974661 0865974691 9780865974692 0865974675 9780865974678 0865974705 9780865974708 0865974683 9780865974685 0865974713 9780865974715
OCLC Number: 57186322
Notes: Originally published: 6th ed. Edinburgh : J. Bell and W. Creech ; London : T. Cadell and G. Robinson, 1785.
Description: 2 volumes (xxi, 821) : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: v. 1: Introduction --
Perceptions and ideas in the main --
Emotions and passions: Part 1: Causes unfolded of the emotions and passions: Sec. 1: Differences between emotions and passions; Causes that are the most common and the most general; Passion considered as productive of action --
Sec. 2: Power of sounds to raise emotions and passions --
Sec. 3: Causes of the emotions of joy and sorrow --
Sec. 4: Sympathetic emotion of virtue, and its cause --
Sec. 5: In many instances one emotion is productive of another. The same of passions --
Sec. 6: Cause of the passions of fear and anger --
Sec. 7: Emotions caused by fiction --
Part 2: Emotions and passions as pleasant and painful, agreeable and disagreeable. Modification of these qualities --
Part 3: Interrupted existence of emotions and passions: their growth and decay --
Part 4: Coexistant emotions and passions --
Part 5: Influence of passion with respect to our perceptions, opinions, and belief --
Appendix: Methods that nature hath afforded for time and space --
Part 6: Resemblance of emotions in their causes --
Part 7: Final causes of the more frequent emotions and passions --
Beauty --
Grandeur and sublimity --
Motion and force --
Novelty and the unexpected appearance of objects --
Risible objects --
Resemblence and dissimilitude --
Uniformity and variety --
Appendix: Concerning the works of nature, chiefly with respect to uniformity and variety --
Congruity and propriety --
Dignity and grace --
Ridicule --
Wit --
Custom and habit --
External signs fo emotions and passions --
Sentiments --
Language of passiion --
v. 2: Beauty of language: Sec. 1: Beauty of language with respect to sound --
Sec. 2: Beauty of language with respect to signification --
Sec. 3: Beauty of language from a resemblance between sound and signification --
Sec. 4: Versification --
Comparisons --
Figures : Sec. 1: Personification --
Sec. 2: Apostrophe --
Sec. 3: Hyperbole --
Sec. 4: The means or instrument conceived to be the agent --
Sec. 5: A figure, which among related objects, extends the properties of one to another --
Sec. 6: Metaphor and allegory --
Sec. 7: Figure of speech --
Table 1: Subject expressed figuratively --
Table 2: Attributes expressed figuratively --
Narration and description --
Epic and dramatic compositions --
The three unities --
Gardening and architecture --
Standard of taste --
Appendix: Terms defined or explained.
Series Title: Natural law and enlightenment classics.
Responsibility: Henry Home, Lord Kames ; edited and with an introduction by Peter Jones.

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