Studies in Criticism and Aest
U of Minnesota Press, 1967 - Aesthetics - 419 pages
In this volume nineteen contributors, in as many essays, discuss various aspects of critical and aesthetic development in the late seventeenth and the eighteenth centuries, from the time of Dryden to Wordsworth. This was a period in which traditional lite.
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Humes Of Criticism
William Warburton as New Critic
The Naked Science of Language 17471786
Imlac and the Business of a Poet
The Comic Syntax of Tristram Shandy
Reynolds and the Art of Characterization
Gainsboroughs Prospect Animated Prospect
A Revolution in Dispute
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