The Tradition of British Literature
Putnam, 1971 - 384 pàgines
This is an analysis of British literary development from the age of Chaucer through the twentieth century examining the major periods of English literature from four points of view: the work, the author, the audience, and the environment.
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THE LIVES OF MILTON AND BUNYAN
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