Studies in Criticism and Aest

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Howard Anderson
U of Minnesota Press, 1967 - 419 páginas
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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Introduction
3
When Was Neoclassicism?
13
Erminia in Minneapolis
36
Chaucer in Drydens Fables
58
Shaftesbury and the Age of Sensibility
73
Addison on Ornament and Poetic Style
94
Relativism and An Essay on Criticism
128
Popes Definition of His Art
140
Humes Of Criticism
232
William Warburton as New Critic
249
The Naked Science of Language 17471786
266
Imlac and the Business of a Poet
296
The Comic Syntax of Tristram Shandy
315
Reynolds and the Art of Characterization
332
Gainsboroughs Prospect Animated Prospect
358
A Revolution in Dispute
380

Art and Reality in Pope and Gray
156
Thomsons Poetry of Space and Time
176
The Reach of Art in Augustan Poetic Theory
193
Philosophical Language and the Theory of Beauty in the Eighteenth Century
213

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