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A CRITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE by David Daiches | Kirkus Reviews
SyEd SaYim rated it did not like criticla Nov 05, From inside the book. I ended up using the then Pelican, now Penguin Guide instead.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required. Bilal Hassan rated it it was amazing Oct 15, A must read for every literature student. Be the first to discover new talent! Professor Daiches was the University Lecturer in English at Cambridge University and this work represents some thirty years of study and reading, interpretation and illumination. Really important for people doing English literature.
Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Professor David Daiches’ diches provides us with the critical history of the all the famous English literature. As I said, histoy if you need a ‘dictionary of English authors’, nothing more. I ended up snglish the then Pelican, now Penguin Gu Sorry, this was once a ‘bible’ amongst students, I am talking really ancient scholastic history here; however, this is more of a reference text than a ‘critical guide’.
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He has designed this “”as a work of description, explanation and critical interpretation”” in which a “”maximum ease of reading”” will be “”compatible with sound scholarship and intellectual responsibility””. He has made a fine balance between its historical background and criticism.
If you are thinking thatit has been revised edition then it is not. I wouldn’t call it a ‘good’ read, simply because it isn’t the best idea for a complete beginner. His work is something that hidtory essential for students, scholars and lovers of literature. If u want your eyes get spoiled go through it.
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A Critical History of English Literature, Volume 1: From the Beginnings to Milton by David Daiches
The book is very helpful for a literature student, a must buy. Certified BuyerSrinagar. Lunatic Certified BuyerKhordha 11 Oct, The contents of the book are good and very useful for students and scholars of English Literature. Common terms and phrases achieve admiration Arnold ballad beauty blank verse Byron century character combination comedy comic contemporary couplets criticism deliberately developed dialogue Dickens drama Dryden eighteenth eighteenth-century emotional England English English poetry epic essays feeling fiction French Revolution George Eliot give hero heroic heroic couplet Houyhnhnms human humor ideal imagery imagination interest irony Jacobite Jane Austen Johnson Keats kind language literary literature living meaning mind mock-heroic modern moral movement narrative nature neoclassic never novel novelist passion pattern philosophical plays plot poem poet poetic poetry political Pope Pope’s popular Pre-Raphaelite produced prose reader Redgauntlet religion represented Restoration Restoration comedy rhetorical romantic satire scene Scotland Scots Scott Scottish Scottish literature sense sentimental shows social society sometimes song stanza story style Swift symbolic T.
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