The Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets: With Critical Observations on Their Works, Volum 1

Oxford University Press, 2006
Offering a detailed survey of English poetry from the early 17th century down to Johnson's own time, this text considers the work of the likes of Cowley, Milton, Waller and Dryden, as well as looking at Johnson's own biography of the enigmatic Richard Savage, the friend of his own early years in London.

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