The great tradition in English literature from Shakespeare to Shaw [by] Annette T. Rubinstein.


New York [Monthly Review Press], [1969] .

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Subjects English literature -- History and criticism.
English literature.
Great Britain -- Intellectual life.
Great Britain.
Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
Intellectual life.
Literature and society -- Great Britain.
Literature and society.
Littérature anglaise -- Histoire et critique.
Social problems in literature.
Series Modern reader paperbacks ; MR-20.
Description 2 volumes (x, 946 pages) 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1969]
©1953
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 927-928).
Contents v. 1. William Shakespeare to Jane Austen. -- The Elizabethan age and the bourgeois revolution -- The Elizabethan age -- William Shakespeare -- Francis Bacon -- Puritans and cavaliers -- John Milton -- The restoration -- John Bunyan -- The age of reason -- The Augustans -- Jonathan Swift -- Daniel DeFoe -- Henry Fielding -- From the Augustans to the romantics -- Jane Austen -- volume 2. Robert Burns to Bernard Shaw. -- The great romantics and the democratic revolution -- The French revolution -- An Advance guard -- Robert Burns -- William Blake -- The spirit of 1789 -- William Wordsworth -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- William Hazlitt -- Against the unholy alliance -- Lord Byron -- Percy Bysshe Shelley -- The last of the great romantics -- John Keats -- Charles Lamb -- The Victorian age and the industrial revolution -- From the romantics to the Victorians -- Industrial England and its poetry -- Robert Browning -- Her Majesty's loyal opposition -- The Victorian novelists -- Charles Dickens -- George Eliot -- Thomas Huxley and human progress -- The end of an epoch -- If winter comes -- George Bernard Shaw.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6394
(OCoLC)ocm00006394
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Rubinstein, Annette T. 1910-2007.
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