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British literature and culture : essays by students, colleagues, friends and other admirers of Bertrand H. Bronson

Author: Robert P Maccubbin; Oliver F Sigworth
Publisher: Williamsburg, Va. : College of William & Mary, ©1987.
Series: Eighteenth-century life, vol. 10, n.s., 3.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Named Person: Bertrand Harris Bronson; Bertrand Harris Bronson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert P Maccubbin; Oliver F Sigworth
OCLC Number: 48483734
Notes: "Special issue of Eighteenth-century life."
Description: 203 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Bertrand H. Bronson : a reminiscence / Oliver F. Sigworth --
Christopher Wren and the restrained baroque / Cedric Reverand --
The language of Gay's Trivia / Charles E. Beckwith --
Eternal snows : Pope's Temple of fame and the "aesthetics of the infinite" / Richard Bevis --
Pope and the Jacobites / Chester Chapin --
Ambiguities of pleasing / Patricia Meyer Spacks --
A spirit free and female : Eva Maria Garrick / Janice Farrar Thaddeus --
Rational hope, rational benevolence, and Johnson's economy of happiness / Kevin L. Cope --
Heart and mask and genre in sentimental comedy / John Traugott --
Politics Gothicized : the Conway Incident and The Castle of Otranto / John Samson --
Time and family in the Gothic novel : The Castle of Otranto / Ian P. Watt --
Social class, character, and narrative strategy in Humphry Clinker / John P. Zomchick --
Johnson on the metaphysicals / Donald S. Taylor.
Series Title: Eighteenth-century life, vol. 10, n.s., 3.
Responsibility: co-edited by Robert P. Maccubbin and Oliver F. Sigworth.

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