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A History of Literary Criticism

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 422
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Macmillan History of Literature

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16 August 1991

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The author traces the course of literary criticism from its foundations in classical and medieval precepts to the theorising of the present day. He explores the texts which have been milestones in the history of critical...

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The author traces the course of literary criticism from its foundations in classical and medieval precepts to the theorising of the present day. He explores the texts which have been milestones in the history of critical thought, placing them firmly in the context of their time.

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Introductory Note
Editor's Preface
1. The Classical Age
2. The Middle Ages
3. The Renaissance
4. The Seventeenth Century I: Peachman to Dryden
5. The Seventeenth Century II: Rymer to Dennis
6. the Eighteenth Century I: The Age of Addison and Pope
7. The Eighteenth Century II: Johnson and his Successors
8. The Romantic Age
9. The Victorian Age
10. The Twentieth Century I: The Early Decades
11. The Twentieth Century II: Post-war Developments
Notes
Further reading
Chronological table
Index.

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HARRY BLAMIRES was formerly Head of English at King Alfred's College, Winchester.

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HARRY BLAMIRES was formerly Head of English at King Alfred's College, Winchester.

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