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English Literature 1815-1832 : Scott, Byron, and Keats - Ian Jack

English Literature 1815-1832

Scott, Byron, and Keats

By: Ian Jack

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Published: 29th March 1990
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This book is intended for students of English literature at `A' level and above; general readers interested in a complete history of literature from Middle English to the earlier twentieth century.

The Literary Scene In 1815p. 1
Byronp. 49
Shelleyp. 77
Keatsp. 105
Clare And The Minor Poetsp. 130
Clare, Beddoes, Darley, Leigh Hunt, J. H. Reynolds, Hood, Praed, Hartley Coleridge, 'Barry Cornwall', Peacock, Moore, Mrs. Hemans, 'L. E. L.', Milman, Keble, Charles Wells, Bernard Barton: the popularity of Annuals: the Rejected Addresses and other parodies: the poor state of the drama, and the work of R. L. Sheil, Maturin, and Sheridan Knowles
The Waverley Romancesp. 185
Peacockp. 213
John Galt And The Minor Writers Of Prose Fictionp. 225
Galt, Susan Ferrier, Lockhart, Hogg, D. M. Moir, Mary Shelley, James Morier, T.H. Lister, the Fashionable Novelists, Theodore Hook, Plumer Ward, Horace Smith, Maturin, John Banim, and Gerald Griffin
Hazlittp. 260
Lambp. 278
De Quinceyp. 292
Miscellaneous Prosep. 312
Cobbett, Leigh Hunt, Jeffrey, Sydney Smith, Gifford, Croker, 'Christopher North', Mary Russell Mitford, Landor
History, Biography, And Autobiographyp. 351
Hallam, Lingard, James Mill: Lockhart on Scott: Moore, Lady Blessington, and Galt on Byron: the early biographers of Shelley: autobiography as a word and as a fashion: the autobiographies of Leigh Hunt, Trelawny, Haydon, and Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges
Interest In Foreign Literature And In Earlier English Literaturep. 375
The Literary Scene In 1832p. 406
Chronological Tablesp. 439
Bibliographyp. 458
Indexp. 633
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ISBN: 9780198122388
ISBN-10: 0198122381
Series: Oxford History of English Literature
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 656
Published: 29th March 1990
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.5 x 14.1  x 4.3
Weight (kg): 0.97