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English writers: an attempt towards a history of English literature,

Author: Henry Morley; William Hall Griffin
Publisher: London, Paris, New York, Melbourne, Cassell & Co., 1887-95.
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Morley, Henry, 1822-1894.
English writers.
London, Paris, New York, Melbourne, Cassell & Co., 1887-95
(OCoLC)557616711
Online version:
Morley, Henry, 1822-1894.
English writers.
London, Paris, New York, Melbourne, Cassell & Co., 1887-95
(OCoLC)586414836
Online version:
Morley, Henry, 1822-1894.
English writers.
London, Paris, New York, Melbourne, Cassell & Co., 1887-95
(OCoLC)607672002
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Morley; William Hall Griffin
OCLC Number: 408017
Notes: Vol. 11 was completed after Morley's death by W. Hall Griffin.
Description: 11 volumes 20 cm
Contents: I. Introduction. Origins. Old Celtic literature. Beowulf. 2d ed. 1887.--II. From Cædmon to the conquest. 1888.--III. From the conquest to Chaucer. 2d ed. ed. 1889.--IV-V. The fourteenth century. 1889-90.--VI. From Chaucer to Caxton. 1890.--VII. From Caxton to Coverdale. 1891.--VIII. From Surrey to Spenser. 1892.--IX. Spenser and his time. 1892.--X. Shakespeare and his time: under Elizabeth. 1893.--XI. Shakespeare and his time: under James. 1895.
Responsibility: by Henry Morley ...

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