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Poetry and the Idea of Progress, 1760-1790.

Author: John Regan
Publisher: London Anthem Press 2018
Edition/Format:   Computer file : English
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Cover; Front Matter; Half-title; Title page; Copyright information; Table of Contents; List of figures; Acknowledgements; Chapter Int-5; Introduction; Part One: The Cultural Logic of Progress; Part Two: Elocutionary Poetics in the Context of 'Taste'; Chapter 1 Progress by Prescription; Chapter 2 Thomas Sheridan and the Divine Harmony of Progress; Part One: Harmony Articulated; Part Two: From Disinterestedness to the
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Poetry and the Idea of Progress, 1760-90.
London : Anthem Press, ©2018
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Regan
ISBN: 9781783087747 1783087749 9781783087730 1783087730 9781783087723 1783087722
OCLC Number: 1040623739
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (224 pages)

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Cover; Front Matter; Half-title; Title page; Copyright information; Table of Contents; List of figures; Acknowledgements; Chapter Int-5; Introduction; Part One: The Cultural Logic of Progress; Part Two: Elocutionary Poetics in the Context of 'Taste'; Chapter 1 Progress by Prescription; Chapter 2 Thomas Sheridan and the Divine Harmony of Progress; Part One: Harmony Articulated; Part Two: From Disinterestedness to the Divine; Chapter 3 'There is a Natural Propensity in the Human Mind to Apply Number and Measure to Every; Part One: Monboddo's Theory of Linguistic Progress.

Part Two: Steele's EmphasisPart Three: Rhythm as Prosody; '[C]. UT Into, Distorted, Twisted': Thomas Percy, Editing and The Idea of Progress; Part One: The Stadial Antiquarian; Part Two: Prosody as Pressure Point; Chapter 5 'Manners' and 'Marked Prosody': Hugh Blair and Henry Home, Lord Kames; Afterword: Rude Manners, 'Stately' Measures: Byron and The Idea of Progress in the New Century; Conclusion; End Matter; Notes; Introduction; 1. Progress by Prescription; 2. Thomas Sheridan and the Divine Harmony of Progress.

3. 'There Is a Natural Propensity in the Human Mind to ApplyNumber and Measure to Every4. '[C] ut into, distorted, twisted': Thomas Percy, Editing andthe Idea of Progress; 5. 'Manners' and 'Marked Prosody': Hugh Blair and HenryHome, Lord Kames; Afterword: Rude Manners, 'Stately' Measures: Byron and theIdea of Progress in the New Century; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.

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