To the palace of wisdom; studies in order and energy from Dryden to Blake.

[1st ed.].. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1964.

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Subjects Englisch.
English literature -- 18th century -- History and criticism.
English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism.
English literature -- Early modern.
English literature.
Description x, 465 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages [444]-453).
Contents 1. Ideas of order: introduction: The fabric of order -- Order and analogy -- Order and orders -- Order, irony, and satire -- The instance of Pascal -- 2. Dryden and dialectic: The verse form -- The heroic plays -- The political satires -- The religious poems -- 3. Shaftesbury: order and liberty: The triumph of liberty -- The method of dialogue -- Art and nature -- The concrete universal -- 4. Mandeville: order as art: Realism and morality -- Man as maker -- Causation and style -- 5. Pope: art and morality: The double vision -- The problem of scale: the game of art -- Character and false art -- The poetry of morality -- 6. Swift: order and obligation: The right and the good -- The energy of imagination -- Gulliver's travels -- 7. The tragedy of mind: Sound and meaning -- A tale of a tub (1704) -- Martinus Scriblerus -- The Dunciad (1728-41) -- 8. Orders and forms: Character and causality -- Integrity and intrigue -- The mock form -- 9. The divided heart: Defoe's novels -- Clarissa and Lovelace -- 10. Fielding: the comedy of forms: The energies of virtue -- The subversion of forms -- Low and high -- 11. Sterne: art and nature: Chance and choice: Candide and Rasselas -- The duality of man -- The art of the natural -- Tragic and comic: Maria or the dance -- 12. The theatre of mind: Actor and audience -- The graveyard scene: Edward Young -- The theatre of nature: James Thomson -- The sublime -- Ruins and visions -- The garden and the wild: the picturesque -- 13. Blake: vision and satire: The vision of innocence -- States and characters -- The standard of energy -- Doubt and the determinate: Blake on art.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)350391
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WorldCat Identities Price, Martin, 1920-
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