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The language of politics in the age of Wilkes and Burke.

Author: James T Boulton
Publisher: London, Routledge & K. Paul, 1963.
Series: Studies in political history.
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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: John Wilkes; Edmund Burke; Edmund Burke; John Wilkes
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James T Boulton
OCLC Number: 504493
Description: 282 pages.
Contents: Wilkes and the Middlesex election: a brief survey --
The letters of Junius --
Samuel Johnson: The false alarm --
Junius and Johnson: the Falkland Islands dispute --
Edmund Burke: Thoughts on the cause of the present discontents --
The publication of Burke's Reflections and the subsequent controversy: a survey --
Edmund Burke: reflections on the revolution in France --
Thomas Paine's Rights of man: the vulgar style --
Vindiciae gallicae --
'True morality shuns not the day': other pamphleteers in prose and verse --
William Godwin, philosopher and novelist --
Appendix: Chronological survey of the controversy concerning Burke's Reflections, 1790-1793.
Series Title: Studies in political history.

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