The man forbid : and other essays / by John Davidson; with an introduction by Edward J. O'Brien John Davidson 1857-1909

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John Davidson 1857-1909
Contents
  • The man forbid.
  • Pre-Shakespearianism.
  • Banderole's æsthetic bill.
  • On writing a causerie.
  • The criticism of poetry.
  • Téte-a-téte.
  • A spirit.
  • A would-be Londoner.
  • The art of poetry.
  • Thoughts on irony.
  • George Meredith's odes.
  • Evolution in literature.
  • Poetry and criticism.
  • Chanctonbury Ring.
  • By-ways.
  • Prose eclogue.
  • On interviewing.
  • On the downs.
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