A Survey of English Literature, 1780-1830, Volumen1
E. Arnold, 1912 - 931 páginas
Volume 1: Anticipations - The end of classical verse: Crabbe - William Cowper - Scottish lyric: Robert Burns and others - William Blake - The novel of manners and Jane Austen - The novel of suspense - Prose of doctrine: Scottish philosophy and Burke - Scott's verse - Scott: Waverley novels - Other novelists - Official reviewers.
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