From Richardson to Pinero; some innovators and idealists.
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English literature -- History and criticism.
vii, 292 p. 23 cm.
Reprint of the 1936 ed.
Richardson's novels and their influence.--Thackeray on the eighteenth-century humourist as hero.--Wordsworth's patriotic poems and their significance to-day.--Edmund Kean in his heroic parts.--Robert Browning's Paracelsus, 1835-1935.--Elizabeth Barrett Browning in her verse and her prose.--Arthur Henry Hallam and In memoriam.--Tennyson and the Arthurian legend.--Matthew Arnold in his lyric verse.--Sir Arthur Pinero: dramatist and stage-chronicler.
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