The note book of an English opium-eater / by Thomas De Quincey De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859

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De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859
Contents
  • Three memorable murders.
  • True relations of the Bible to merely human science.
  • Literary history of the eighteenth century.
  • The Antigone of Sophocles.
  • The Marquess Wellesley.
  • Milton vs. Southey and Landor.
  • Falsification of English history.
  • A peripatetic philosopher.
  • On suicide.
  • Superficial knowledge.
  • English dictionaries.
  • Dryden's hexastich.
  • Pope's retort upon Addison.
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