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Steele's "Curs" and Fielding's Hounds
(Oxford University Press, 1979-12)
A discussion of the source of the names for the squire's dogs in Henry Fielding's Joseph Andrews.
Historiographic and literary: the fusion of two eighteenth-century modes in Scott's Waverly
(University of Hartford, 1974)
[From article]: A first work is often traditional, and the study of it in the contexts of its traditions often yields fresh insights into the later canon that are as much technical as historical. Just as Shakespeare’s early ...
An approach to character development in Defoe's narrative prose
(University of Iowa, 1972)
[From article]: The critical approach to character in Defoe’s narrative prose has been mainly circuitous. By emphasizing genres as external patterns that inform his conception of the individual, interpretation of central ...
"Auburn" in Goldsmith's The deserted village: possible Gallic overtones?
(College Language Association (U.S.), 1978-12)
[From article]: The deserted village of Goldsmith’s 1770 poem has proved to be a lost village as well, for scholars have been unable to find an exact location for it. Many identify Auburn with the poet’s home of Lissoy in ...