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A compendious history of English literature, and of the English language, from the Norman Conquest

Author: George L Craik
Publisher: New York : Scribners, 1897.
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Craik, George L. (George Lillie), 1798-1866.
Compendious history of English literature, and of the English language, from the Norman Conquest.
New York : Scribners, 1897
(OCoLC)656572614
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George L Craik
OCLC Number: 5919116
Description: 2 volumes
Contents: [Vol. 1]. Introductory. Literature and language ; The languages of modern Europe ; Early Latin literature in Britain ; The Celtic languages and literatures ; Decay of the earliest English scholarship ; The English language ; Original English : commonly called Saxon, or Anglo-Saxon --
The Norman period : the Conquest. Arabic and other new learning ; Schools and universities ; Rise of the scholastic philosophy ; John of Salisbury, Peter of Blois ; Classical learning : mathematics, medicine, law, books --
The Latin language in England after the Norman Conquest ; The Latin poets : Mapes, etc ; Latin chroniclers : collections ; Ingulphus ; William of Poitiers ; Ordericus Vitalis ; Gesta Stephani, William of Jumieges ; Florence of Worcester ; Matthew of Westminster ; William of Malmesbury ; Eadmer ; Turgot, Simeon of Durham, John of Hexham, Richard of Hexham ; Ailred ; Geoffrey of Monmouth, Alfred of Beverley ; Giraldus Cambrensis ; Henry of Huntingdon ; Roger de Hoveden ; William of Newburgh ; Benedictus Abbas, Ralph de Diceto, Gervase of Canterbury ; Vinsauf, Richard of Devises, Joscelin de Brakelonda ; Monastic registers ; Law treatises, Domesday Book, public rolls and registers ; The French language in England ; The Langue d’Oc and the Langue d’Oyl ; Norman Trouvères : Duke Richard I, Thibaut de Vernon, Turold, or Theroulde, Chanson de Roland ; Anglo-Norman poets : King Henry I [and] his queens, Matilda and Alice ; Philip de Than, Geoffrey, Abbot of St. Albans ; Pilgrimage of Saint Brandan, Charlemagne ; Anglo-Norman chroniclers : Gaimar, David ; Wace ; Benoit ; Everard : French language in Scotland ; Luc de la Barre, Guichard de Beaulieu ; Arthurian romance : the Saint Greal, Luc du Gast, Buron, Mapes ; Roman du Roi Horn ; Tristan, or Tristrem ; Guernes de Pont Sainte Maxence ; Herman ; Hugh of Rutland, Boson, Simon du Fresne ; Cardinal Langton ; King Richard Cœur-de-Lion ; Vernacular language and literature : A.D. 1066-1216 ; The thirteenth and fourteenth centuries : ascendancy of the scholastic philosophy ; Mathematical and other studies ; Universities and colleges ; Latin historical works ; Use and study of the Latin and Greek, the Hebrew and other Oriental tongues ; Last age of the French language in England ; Anglo-Norman poets ; French prose romances : Froissart ; Resurrection of the English language --
Second English : commonly called Semi-Saxon. The Here Prophecy ; The Brut of Layamon ; The Ormulum ; The Ancren Riwle ; Metrical legends : Land of Cockayne ; Guldevord ; Wille Gris , Early English songs ; Early English metrical romances ; Publications of Percy, Warton, Tyrwhitt, Pinkerton, Herbert, Ritson, Ellis, Scott, Weber, Utterson, Laing, Hartshorne, the Roxburghe Club, the Bannatyne, the Maitland, the Abbotsford, the Camden Society ; History of the English metrical romance ; Metrical chronicle of Robert of Gloucester ; Robert Mannyng, or De Brunne ; Rolle, or Hampole, Davie ; Lawrence Minot ; Alliterative verse : Piers Ploughman ; Piers Ploughman’s Creed --
Third English : Mixed or Compound English. Geoffrey Chaucer ; John Gower ; John Barbour ; Compound English prose : Mandevil, Trevisa, Wiclif, Chaucer ; Universities in the fifteenth century ; Revival of letters : invention of printing ; Printing in England : Caxton ; Books and libraries ; Tiptoft, Earl of Worcester, Woodville, Earl Rivers ; Science in England : alchemists ; Latin chroniclers ; French chroniclers ; English chroniclers ; Bishop Pecock, Fortescue, Malory ; English poets : Occleve, Lydgate ; Scottish poets : Wynton, James L. Henryson, Holland, Henry the Minstrel ; First half of the sixteenth century : colleges founded ; Classical learning ; Prose writers : More, Elyot, Tyndal, Cranmer, Latimer ; Scottish prose writers : Complaynt of Scotland ; English poets : Hawes, Barklay ; Skelton ; Roy, John Heywood ; Scottish poets : Gawin Douglas, Dunbar, Lyndsay ; Surrey, Wyatt ; The Elizabethan literature ; The mirror for magistrates ; Origin of the regular drama ; Interludes of John Heywood ; Udall’s Ralph Roister Doister ; Gammer Gurton’s Needle ; Misogonus ; Chronicle histories : Bale’s Kynge Johan, etc ; Tragedy of Gorboduc : blank verse ; Other early dramas ; Second stage of the regular drama : Peele, Greene ; Marlow ; Lyly, Kyd, Lodge ; Earlier Elizabethan prose : Lyly, Sidney, Spenser, Nash, etc ; English hexameter verse ; Edmund Spenser ; Other Elizabethan poetry ; Warner’s Albion’s England ; Samuel Daniel ; Michael Drayton ; Joseph Hall ; Joshua Sylvester ; Chapman’s Homer ; Harington, Fairfax, Fanshawe ; Drummond of Hawthornden ; Sir John Davies ; Donne ; Shakspeare’s [sic] minor poems ; Shakspeare’s [sic] dramatic works ; Dramatic writers contemporary with Shakspeare [sic] : Chapman, Webster, Middleton, Decker, Chettle, Marston, Tailor, Tourneur, Rowley, Thomas Heywood ; Beaumont and Fletcher ; Ben Jonson ; Massinger, Ford ; Later Elizabethan prose writers ; Authorized version of the Bible ; Theological writers : James I, Bishop Andrews, Donne, Hall, Hooker ; Francis Bacon ; Burton’s Anatomy of Melancholy ; Historical writers : Raleigh, Knolles, etc ; Classical learning --
[Vol. 2]. Middle and latter part of the seventeenth century. Shirley, and the end of the old drama ; Giles Fletcher, Phineas Fletcher ; Other religious poets : Quarles, Herbert, Herrick, Crashaw ; Cartwright, Randolph, Corbet ; Poets of the French school : Carew, Lovelace, Suckling ; Denham ; Cleveland ; Wither ; Browne (William) ; Prose writers : Charles I ; Milton’s prose works ; Hales, Chillingworth ; Jeremy Taylor ; Fuller ; Feltham’s Resolves, Microcosmography ; Sir Thomas Browne ; Sir James Harrington ; Newspapers ; Classical learning ; Retrospect of the Commonwealth literature ; Poetry of Milton ; Cowley ; Butler ; Waller ; Marvel ; Other minor poets ; Dryden ; Dramatists ; Prose writers : Clarendon ; Hobbes ; Nevile ; Other prose writers : Cudworth, More, Burrow, Bunyan, etc ; Progress of science in England before the seventeenth century ; English science in the seventeenth century : Bacon, Napier ; Other English mathematicians of the earlier part of the seventeenth century ; Harvey : The Circulation of The Blood, Anatomy, etc ; Natural philosophy ; The Royal Society ; The steam-engine ; Other discoveries and improvements in natural and experimental science ; Newton ; James Gregory, and other contemporaries of Newton ; Establishment of the Royal Observatory ; Medical science and natural history --
The century between the English revolution and the French revolution. First effects of the Revolution of 1688 ; Surviving writers of the preceding period ; Bishop Burnet ; Thomas Burnet ; Other theological writers : Tillotson, South ; Locke ; Writers on political economy ; Boyle and Bentley controversy ; Swift ; Pope ; Addison and Steele ; Shaftesbury ; Mandeville ; Gay, Arbuthnot, Atterbury ; Prior, Parnell ; Bolingbroke ; Garth, Blackmore ; Defore ; Dramatic writers ; Minor poets ; Collins, Shentone, Gray ; Young, Thomson ; Armstrong, Akenside, Wilkie, Glover ; Scottish poetry ; The novelists : Richardson, Fielding, Smollett ; Sterne ; Goldsmith ; Churchill ; Falconer, Beattie, Anstey, J. H. Stevenson, Mason ; The Wartons, Percy, Chatterton, Macpherson ; Dramatic writers ; Female writers ; Periodical essayists ; Political writing : Wilkes, Junius ; Johnson ; Burke ; Metaphysical and ethical writers ; Historical writers : Hume, Robertson, Gibbon ; Political economy, theology, criticism and Belles Lettres ; Progress of science --
The latter part of the eighteenth century. Cowper ; Darwin ; Anna Seward, Lady Miller, the Della Cruscans ; The Shakspeare [sic] Papers ; The pursuits of literature ; Other satirical poetry : Mason, the Rolliad, Probationary Odes, Peter Pindar ; Other poetical writers of the latter part of the eighteenth century ; Burns ; Remaining literature of the eighteenth century --
The nineteenth century --
The last age of the Georges. Wordsworth ; Coleridge ; Southey ; Scott ; Crabbe, Campbell, Moore ; Byron ; Shelley ; Keats ; Hunt ; Other poetical writers of the earlier part of the nineteenth century ; Prose literature ; Progress of science --
The Victorian Age.
Responsibility: by George L. Craik ; with numerous specimens.

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