A history of English poetry.


New York, Russell & Russell, 1962.

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Subjects English poetry -- History and criticism.
Poésie anglaise -- Histoire et critique.
Description 6 v. fold. tables. 22 cm.
Contents v. 1. The Middle Ages: influence of the Roman Empire, the encyclopædic education of the church, the feudal system.--v. 2. The Renaissance and the Reformation: influence of the court and the universities.--v. 3. The intellectual conflict of the seventeenth century: decadent influence of the feudal monarch, growth of the national genius.--v. 4. Development and decline of the poetic drama: influence of the court and the people.--v. 5. The constitutional compromise of the eighteenth century, effects of the classical renaissance; its zenith and decline; the early romantic renaissance.--v. 6. The romantic movement in English poetry, effects of the French revolution.
v. 1. The Middle Ages: influence of the Roman Empire, the encyclopdic education of the church, the feudal system.--v. 2. The Renaissance and the Reformation: influence of the court and the universities.--v. 3. The intellectual conflict of the seventeenth century: decadent influence of the feudal monarch, growth of the national genius.--v. 4. Development and decline of the poetic drama: influence of the court and the people.--v. 5. The constitutional compromise of the eighteenth century, effects of the classical renaissance; its zenith and decline; the early romantic renaissance.--v. 6. The romantic movement in English poetry, effects of the French revolution.
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