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The French revolution and English literature; lectures delivered in connection with the sesquicentennial celebration of Princeton university,

By 1843-1913. Edward Dowden

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Precursors of revolution.--Theorists of revolution: Godwin, Mary Wollstonecraft.--Anti-revolution: Edmund Burke.--Early revolutionary group and antagonists: Southey, Coleridge, the "Anti-Jacobin" (with a note on Burns)--Recovery and reaction: Wordsworth and his friends.--Renewed revolutionary advance: Moore, Landor, Byron, Shelley.Mode of access: Internet

Topics: English literature
Publisher: New York, C. Scribner's sons,
Year: 1897
OAI identifier: oai:quod.lib.umich.edu:MIU01-001016262
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