George Herbert: The Critical Heritage

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C. A. Patrides
Psychology Press, 1995 - Reference - 390 pages

The Critical Heritage gathers together a large body of critical sources on major figures in literature. Each volume presents contemporary responses to a writer's work, enabling students and researchers to read the material themselves.

 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
John Wilson Peace muttring thoughts
2
JOHN DONNE To Mr George Herbert 1615?
55
Beawty in Raggs 1633 ff
62
JOSEPH BEAUMONT ? from the preface
68
Scintillans 2nd edn 1655
84
IZAAK WALTON The Life of Mr George Herbert
90
CHARLES COTTON from To my Old and most
133
JOHN KEBLE from a lecture 1854
218
JAMES THOMSON On George Herberts Poems
226
JOHN NICHOL from his introduction to The Poeti
259
GEORGE MACDONALD George Herbert
265
GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS from a letter to R
274
WILLIAM ALEXANDER from his introduction
280
in English Poetry 190518
290
A G HYDE from George Herbert and his Times
308

JOHN DUNTON ? from the Athenian Mercury
139
or Herberts
145
GILES JACOB from An Historical Account
158
HENRY HEADLEY from Select Beauties of Ancient
164
vii
173
RALPH WALDO EMERSON from the journals
174
GEORGE ELIOT from a letter 1841
180
ARTHUR HUGH CLOUGH from a lecture c 1850
194
GEORGE GILFILLAN from his introduction to The
207
FRANCIS THOMPSON George Herbert in
316
A CLUTTONBROCK from More Essays on Books
323
HERBERT J C GRIERSON from his introduction
329
BASIL DE SELINCOURT George Herbert in The
336
AUSTIN WARREN from George Herbert in Ameri
348
APPENDIX I
357
Henry Purcell With sick and famisht eyes
367
APPENDIX 11
374
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