4 edition of Critical Works of John Dennis. Vol. I and II found in the catalog.
Critical Works of John Dennis. Vol. I and II
Edward Niles Hooker
by The Johns Hopkins University Press
Written in English
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Hoyt Trowbridge, "The Critical Works of John Dennis, Vol. I: Edward Niles Hooker," Modern Philol no. 1 (Aug., ): OCLC Number: Notes: Inscribed by the editor for Arthur E.
DuBois. Description: 2 volumes ; cm: Contents: Vol. I, vol. II, Dennis, John, Critical works of John Dennis. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: John Dennis; John Dennis: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Dennis; Edward Niles Hooker; Modern Language Association of America.
The select works of Mr. John Dennis, in two volumes: consisting of plays, 1 copy; The Life of Mr. John Dennis, the Renowned Critick. In which are likewise 1 copy; Liberty Asserted 1 copy, 1 review; A Plot and no Plot 1 copy; The select works of Mr. John Dennis 1 copy; The advancement and reformation of modern poetry.
A critical discourse. In 1 copy. Dennis's career as a critic extended over a period of thirty-seven years, and the quantity of his work is large. Nevertheless it has been my aim to reprint all of his literary criticism. Those essays, prefaces, dedications, and letters which deal primarily with literature or literary theory have been reproduced entire.
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Published (xii+ pp.+12 ill. +32 pp. lithograph reproductions). Price $ The Critical Works of John Dennis, Vol. By Edward Niles Hooker. Joint Publication with the Johns Hopkins University Press. Published Dennis’ works were published inSelect Works (2 vol.) inand Miscellaneous Tracts, the first volume only of which appeared, in Although Johnson was to call for a complete edition of Dennis’ works, this was not undertaken until (Edward Niles Hooker, The Critical Works of John Dennis (Baltimore, ).
John Dennis, ‘On the Genius and Writings of Shakespeare’ , Edward Niles Hooker (ed.), The Critical Works of John Dennis, vol. II: –, Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press,1– Google ScholarAuthor: Bettina Boecker. Maynard Mack, "Two Variant Copies of Pope's Works • • • Volume II: Further Light On Some Problems of Authorship, Bibliography, and Text," The Library, Fifth Series, 12 (), John Donne: The Critical Heritage: Volume II (Critical Heritage Series) 1st Edition by A.J.
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Author: A.J. Smith. The critical works of John Dennis, edited by Edward Niles Hooker v Each volume contains an introduction to the writer's published works, a selected bibliography, and an index of works,authors and subjects. The Collected Critical Heritage set will be available as a set of 68 volumes and the series will also be available in mini sets selected by period (in slipcase boxes) and as individual volumes.
The Critical Works of John Dennis, Vol. II, by John Dennis, Edward Niles Hooker The Critical Works of John Dennis, Vol. II, by John Dennis, Edward Niles Hooker (pp. The Critical Heritage gathers together a large body of critical sources on major figures in literature.
Each volume presents contemporary responses to a writer's work, enabling students and researchers to read for themselves, for example, comments on early performances of Shakespeare's plays, or reactions to the first publication of Jane Austen's by: 1. The Critical Works of John Dennis, edited by Edward Hooker.
Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press. The Just and The Lively: The Literary Criticism of John Dryden. The select works of Mr.
John Dennis. In two volumes. Volume 2 of 2 [Dennis, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The select works of Mr. John Dennis. In two volumes. Volume. Dennis's chief critical work appeared inas ‘The Advancement and Reformation of Modern Poetry.
A Critical Discourse.’ ‘The Grounds of Criticism in Poetry,’was a sort of sequel to the ‘Advancement,’ &c., and in both works Dennis insists upon the wide scope which religion affords for poetic excellence. Dennis, John, The Select Works of Mr. John Dennis (2 volumes; London: Printed by J.
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My library. Dennis, John, ‘ The Causes of the Decay and Defects of Dramatic Poetry, and the Degeneracy of the Publick Tast ’, in The Critical Works of John Dennis, 2 vols (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, –), vol.
II, pp. –Cited by:. Thomas Rymer. Thomas Rymer (c. – 14 December ) was an English antiquary and historian. His most lasting contribution was to compile and publish the Foedera: 16 volumes of the texts of agreements made between The Crown of England and foreign powers during all earlier centuries.John Dennis has 95 books on Goodreads with 70 ratings.
John Dennis’s most popular book is The Usefulness Of The Stage. J. Dennis, Remarks upon Cato, a Tragedy, (), in The Critical Works of John Dennis, ed. E. N. Hooker, 2nd printing (Baltimore, ) Vol. II., p.
11 Ibid. J. Dennis, Remarks upon Cato, a Tragedy, (), in The Critical Works of John Dennis, ed. E. N. Hooker, 2nd printing (Baltimore, ) Vol.
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