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English critical essays of the XIX century,

Author: Edmund D Jones
Publisher: London, Oxford University Press, 1922.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Jones, Edmund D. (Edmund David)
English critical essays of the XIX century.
London, Oxford University Press, 1922
(OCoLC)888316709
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edmund D Jones
OCLC Number: 3811919
Description: 666 pages 16 cm
Contents: William Wordsworth: Poetry and poetic diction. (1800)--S.T. Coleridge : Wordsworth's theory of diction (1817) Metrical composition. (1817)--William Blake: The Cantebury pilgrims. (1809)--Charles Lamb: On the tragedies of Shakespeare, considered with reference to their fitness for stage representation. (1811)--P.B. Shelley: A defence of poetry. (1821)--William Hazlitt: My first acquaintance with poets. (1823)--John Keble: Sacred poetry. (1825)--J.H. Newman: Poetry with reference to Aristotle's poetics. (1829)--Thomas Carlyle: The hero as poet. Dante; Shakespeare. (1840)--J.H.L. Hunt: An answer to the question: What is poetry? (1844)--Matthew Arnold: The choice of subjects in poetry. (1853)--John Ruskin: Of the pathetic fallacy. (1856)--J.S. Mill: Thoughts on poetry and its varieties. (1833, rev. 1859)--Walter Bagehot: Wordsworth, Tennyson and Browning; or, Pure, ornate and grotesque art in English poetry. (1864)--W.H. Pater: Coleridge's writings. (1866) R.W. Emerson: Shakespeare; or, The poet. (1850)--J.R. Lowell: Wordsworth. (1875)--Notes.
Responsibility: selected and edited with notes by Edmund D. Jones.

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