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Though he was also a poet and dramatist, Joseph Addison (–) is best known as an essayist, and indeed he contributed much to the development of the essay form, which, like the literary form of the letter, flourished in the. Courtesy of The National Portrait Gallery, London. The modern essay began in two periodicals, The Tatler (–11), founded by Sir Richard Steele, and The Spectator (–12), founded by Steele and Joseph kindly and witty essays by these men appealed to the middle class in the coffeehouses rather than to the nobility in their palaces.
CONTENTS • INDEX TO CHAPTERS • INDEX TO BIBLIOGRAPHIES • INDEX TO AUTHORS: CONTENTS Preface Table of Principal Dates Chapter I. Defoe—The Newspaper and the Novel By W.
TRENT, LL.D., D.C.L., Professor of English Literature in Columbia University, New York. Beginnings of the English Newspaper; The Oxford, afterwards The London, Gazette.
Giovanni Bellini, a master of the Venetian school of painting, is one of the most important figures in Italian Renaissance art. This lavishly illustrated book is the first major study to consider the artist’s work both stylistically and in its full cultural and historical context.
Other interesting and valuable ana were the Visitors' Book of "Watts' Charity," at Rochester, containing the signatures of "C. D." and Mark Lemon; the quill pen belonging to Charles Dickens, and used by him just previous to his death; a paper-knife formerly belonging to "C.
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Preface When Richard Steele, in number of his Spectator, signed its last paper and named those who had most helped him 'to keep up the spirit of so long and approved a performance,' he gave chief honour to one who had on his page, as in his heart, no name but was 'the gentleman of whose assistance I formerly boasted in the Preface and concluding Leaf of my Tatlers.
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The poet’s youthful escapades in the Irish country, his classical education at Trinity College, Dublin, and his vagabond studies among gypsies and peddlers, his childish attempts at various professions, his wanderings over Europe, his shifts and makeshifts to earn a living in London, his tilts with Johnson at the Literary Club, his love of.
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English writers were treading in the steps of Boileau and Horace. Roscommon selected for a poem the lively topic of "translated verse," and Sheffield had written with Dryden an essay upon satire, and afterwards a more elaborate essay upon poetry. To these masterpieces, said Addison, another masterpiece was now added by Pope's Essay upon Criticism.
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From Samuel Johnson's Lives of the Poets series, published in 3 volumes between and Joseph Addison was born on the 1st of May,at Milston, of which his father, Launcelot Addison, was then rector, near Ambrosebury, in Wiltshire, and appearing weak and unlikely to live, he was christened the same day.
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Among the ancient Greeks Plato and Aristotle were both critics; and the latter's work on "Poetics" is still valuable for its discussion of fundamental principles. Alexander Pope. The Dunciad. Birthplace: London, England Location of death: Twickenham, England Cause of death: unspecified Remains: Buried, St.
Mary Church. English poet, born in Lombard Street, London, on the 21st of May His father, also Alexander Pope, a Roman Catholic, was a linen-draper who afterwards retired from Born: Son Of The Morning Star Recent contrasting highly perceptive reviews of Evan S. Connell's "Son of the Morning Star" () prompted me to read the book.
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