Literary pamphlets chiefly relating to poetry from Sidney to Byron / selected and arranged with an introduction and notes by Ernest Rhys Rhys, Ernest 1859-1946

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Rhys, Ernest 1859-1946
English poetry.; English poetry -- History and criticism
  • v. 1. Introduction. I. Johnson's preliminary essay - 'On the origin and importance of small tracts and fugitive pieces'. II. Sidney's 'An apologie for poetrie'. III. Campion's 'Obeservations in the art of English poesie'. IV. Daniel's 'A defence of ryme'. V. Swift's 'The importance of the "Guardian" considered'.
  • v. 2. I. Milton's 'Areopagitica'. II. Addison's 'A discourse on ancient and modern learning'. III. Pope's 'An essay on criticism'. IV. Byron's 'Letter to John Murray on the Rev. W. L. Bowles's strictures on Pope'. V. Wordsworth's 'A letter to a friend of Robert Burns'. VI. Bowles's Appendix - Two passages from "Two letters to the Right Hon. Lord Byron'.
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