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|Barron English Poetry English Poetry of the Sixteenth Century Gary Waller |
English Poetry of the Seventeenth Century George Parfitt (Second Edition)
English Poetry of the Eighteenth Century 1700—1789 English Poetry of the
|Thorn-Drury, G. A little ark containing sundry pieces of seventeenth-century verse|
. 1921. Williams ... Austen, J. Rogues in porcelain : a miscellany of eighteenth-
century poems. 1924. Doughty ... Prose and poetry of the Revolution. New York ...
|English Poetry of the Seventeenth Century (second edition) George Parfitt |
English Poetry of the Eighteenth Century ... Fiction of the Early Modern Period
1890-1940 Douglas Hewitt English Fiction since 1940 English Prose English
Prose of ...
|I discovered prose poems by women authors absent from Clayton's bibliography, |
Mme Dufresne's Idylles et pieces fugitives (1781) ... from studies on eighteenth-
century literature in the importance I give to Fenelon and Chateaubriand in the
prehistory of prose poems. ... a chronological framework for the "tradition" of
prose poems, for instance anchoring prose poetry in the seventeenth century
when the ...
|>1-*>1->(> fifiltll'lb English Prose English Prose of the Seventeenth Century, |
1590—1700 Roger Pooley English Prose of the Eighteenth Century ' English
Prose 0f the Nineteenth Century Hilary Fraser with Daniel Brown Criticism and
Alexander Maclaren Witherspoon, Frank J. Warnke - 1982 - No preview - More editions
|Arthos, J. The Language of Natural Description in Eighteenth-Century Poetry. |
Ann Arbor, 1949. Hunter, W. B. The Seventeenth-Century Doctrine of Plastic
Nature. Harvard ... Restoration Literature: Poetry and Prose, 1660-1700. New
|M-35 English Literature in the Earlier Seventeenth Century, 1600-1660. [PR431.|
B8 1962] M-31 English Literature in the Early Eighteenth Century 1700-1740. [
PR445.D6] M-31 ... B29] T-45 English Poetry and Prose, 1540-1674 . [PR533.
|Being Essays on Modern English Poetry Adolphus Alfred Jack. the seventeenth |
century, for there is no other single phrase that will define a period that is notable
as an ending, a thing in itself, and a beginning. ... being in part the tossing to and
fro after the storm, and in part the first faint beginnings of the eighteenth century.