History of English Literature, Том 2

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J.W. Lovell Company, 1873 - Всего страниц: 722
 

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The narrator and philosopherA Tale of a Tub His opinion on religion
445
CHAPTER VI
456
GoldsmithPurification of the novelPicture of citizen life upright happiness
476
Samuel JohnsonHis authorityPersonMannersLifeDoctrinesHis opin
486
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491
MODERN LIFE
507
Modern idea of poetry_Of style
519
Comparison of Pecksniff and TartuffeWhy unity of action is absent
530
CHAPTER II
538
ManfredComparison of Manfred and FaustConception of legend and life
551
Position of Byron in his ageDisease of the ageDivine conceptions of happiness
557
Two classes of charactersNatural and instinctive charactersArtificial and posi
558
CHAPTER III
565
ChildrenWanting in French literature Little Joas and David Copperfield
572
CommerceIndustry
573
Dickens
583
CHAPTER II
603
II The artistIdea of pure artWherein satire injures artWhereir it diminishes
611
CHAPTER III
627
His talentTaste for demonstrationTaste for developmentOratorical characier
633
styleImagesExcessesIncongruitiesCopiousness Difference between
638
His workHarmony of his talent opinion and workUniversality unity interest
640
Misanthropy of ThackeraySilliness of his heroinesSilliness of loveInbred
643
Comparison of Macaulay with French historiansWherein he is classicalWherein
647
His passion for exact and demonstrated factHis search after extinguished feel
656
HIS METHOD IS MORAL NOT SCIENTIFICWHERRIN HE RESEMBLES
662
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669
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686
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702
His levelling tendenciesA want of characters and society in EnglandAversions
717
Sir Thomas BrowneHis talentHis imagination is that of a Northman
718
How Tennyson repeats the ingenuousness and simplicity of the old cpicThe
721

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