11 edition of Neglected powers; essays on nineteenth and twentieth century literature found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] G. Wilson Knight.|
|LC Classifications||PR584 .K54 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||515|
|LC Control Number||72021162|
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Clear, accessible. Book Description. The intention of this collection of essays, first published inis to explore the political aspects of some nineteenth century English writers. Under the influence of the great revolutionary upheavals of the period almost all its most important writers were involved, explicitly or otherwise, in political ideas.
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Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Germans exhibited a widespread cultural passion for tales and representations of Native Americans. Nineteenth century English literature is remarkable both for high artistic achievement and for variety. The greatest literary movement of its earlier period was that of romanticism.
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Diction is natural vernacular, not heightened or poetic; tone may be comic, satiric, or matter-of-fact. The wit and elegance in his writings and essays are reminiscent of.PREFACE.
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