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Editor Johnson, R. Brimley (Reginald Brimley), 1867-1932
Title Famous Reviews, Selected and Edited with Introductory Notes by R. Brimley Johnson
Contents Preface -- Of Criticism and the Critic -- The Edinburgh Review: Editor's Note -- From the Edinburgh Review (Founded 1802): Lord Jeffrey on Southey's "Thalaba". Lord Jeffrey on Southey's Laureate Lays. Lord Jeffrey on Thomas Moore. Lord Jeffrey on Wordsworth's "Excursion". Lord Jeffrey on Keats. Lord Brougham on Byron. Sydney Smith on Hannah More. Macaulay on Southey. Macaulay on Croker's "Boswell". Macaulay on W. E. Gladstone. Macaulay on Madame D'Arblay. Anonymous on Wordsworth. Anonymous on Maturin's "Melmoth" -- The Quarterly Review: Editor's Note -- From the Quarterly Review (Founded 1809): Gifford on Weber's "Ford". Gifford on Keats. Croker on Sydney Smith. Croker on Macaulay. Lockhart on The Author of "Vathek". Lockhart on Coleridge. Sir Walter Scott on Jane Austen. Archbishop Whately on Jane Austen. W. E. Gladstone on Tennyson. Canon Wilberforce on Darwin. Canon Wilberforce on Cardinal Newman. Anonymous on [Scott's] "Waverley". Anonymous on [Scott's] "Tales of My Landlord". Anonymous on Leigh Hunt's "Rimini". Anonymous on Shakespeare. Anonymous on Moxon's Sonnets. Anonymous on [Thackeray's] "Vanity Fair" and [Brontë's] "Jane Eyre". Anonymous on George Eliot -- Blackwood's Magazine: Editor's Note -- From Blackwood's Magazine (Founded 1817): Professor Wilson (Christopher North) on Pope and Wordsworth. Professor Wilson (Christopher North) on Lord Byron. Professor Wilson (Christopher North) on Dr. Johnson. Professor Wilson (Christopher North) on crumbs from the "Noctes". Anonymous on Coleridge. Anonymous on The Cockney School of poetry I. Anonymous on The Cockney School of poetry III. Anonymous on The Cockney School of poetry IV. Z. on Keats. Anonymous on Shelley -- The Westminster Review: Editor's Note -- From the Westminster Review (Founded 1824): J. S. Mill on Tennyson. J. S. Mill on Macaulay's "Lays". John Sterling on Carlyle -- Fraser's Magazine: Editor's Note -- From Fraser's Magazine. Thackeray on Dickens. Charles Kingsley on Alexander Smith and Alexander Pope. Anonymous on novels for Christmas, 1837 [Mrs. Trollope's The Vicar of Wrexhill]. Anonymous on Bulwer's "Ernest Maltravers" -- W. J. Fox: Editor's Note -- From the Monthly Repository: W. J. Fox on Browning -- De Quincey: Editor's Note -- From Tait's Edinburgh Magazine: De Quincey on Pope.
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Language English
LoC Class PR: Language and Literatures: English literature
Subject English literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism
Subject English literature -- 18th century -- History and criticism
Subject Criticism
Subject Books -- Reviews
Category Text
EBook-No. 11251
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Feb 24, 2004
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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