The Resource A history of literary criticism, Harry Blamires

A history of literary criticism, Harry Blamires

Label
A history of literary criticism
Title
A history of literary criticism
Statement of responsibility
Harry Blamires
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Blamires, Harry
Index
index present
LC call number
PR21
LC item number
.B55 1991
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • English literature
  • Criticism
  • Criticism
  • Literaturkritik
  • Geschichte
  • Großbritannien
Label
A history of literary criticism, Harry Blamires
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 381-389) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • THE CLASSICAL AGE -- Plato -- Aristotle -- Horace -- Longinus -- Rhetoric: Cicero, Quintilian, Seneca, Petronius, Martianus Capella -- THE MIDDLE AGES -- Plotinus -- Augustine and Aquinus -- The trivium (Dyscolus, Donatus, Servius, Macrobius, Priscianus, Porphyry) -- The British scene: Bede, Egbert, Alcuin, Alfred, John of Salisbury -- Style and substance: Geoffrey de Vinsauf, (Plutarch) Dante, Boccaccio -- THE RENAISSANCE -- The complete man: Elyot, Ascham -- The art of poetry: Gascoigne, James VI, Puttenham, Webbe -- The defense of poetry: Gosson, Lodge, Sidney (Minturno, Scaliger), Harington -- Classical or native versification: Kirke, Harvey, Drant, du Bellay, Chapman, Campion, Daniel -- Bacon and Johnson -- THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY I: PEACHAM TO DRYDEN -- The gentleman and the Christian: Peacham, Drayton, Reynolds, Milton -- Some royalist critics: Davenant, Hobbes, Cowley, Sprat -- The debate about drama: Flecknoe, Howard, Shadwell -- John Dryden (Rochester, Roscommon) -- THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY II: RYMER TO DENNIS -- The standing of the Elizabethans: Rymer, Butler, Phillips, Langbaine -- The ancients and the moderns: Temple, Wotton (Fontenelle, Perrault) -- The moral debate: Mulgrave, Wolseley, Blackmore, Collier, Vanbrugh, Congreve -- John Dennis -- THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY I: THE AGE OF ADDISON AND POPE -- Joseph Addison -- The battle of the books: Swift, Farquhar -- Poetry: sacred vocation and disciplined art: Watts, Shaftesbury, Trapp, Hughes -- Alexander Pope and his victims: Welsted, Theobald -- Uniformity and simplicity: Hutcheson, Spence, Thompson, Husbands, Blackwell -- Henry Fielding -- THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY II: JOHNSON AND HIS SUCCESSORS -- Dr Johnson -- The rejection of neoclassicism: J. Warton, Young, T. Warton, Hurd, Lowth, Blair, Whiter -- Theorists on aesthetic experience: Hume, Burke, Reynolds, Kames, Campbell, Beattie, Jones -- The practitioners speak: Goldsmith, Mackenzie, Cumberland
  • THE ROMANTIC AGE -- William Wordsworth -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- Romanticism at bay: Peacock, Shelley, Blake, Keats -- Hazlitt and De Quincey -- Journalists and reviewers: Leigh Hunt, Jeffrey, Gifford, Crocker, Scott, Lockhart, Hogg, Wilson, Robinson -- THE VICTORIAN AGE -- Aftermath of romanticism: Carlyle, Mill, Keble, Smith, Ruskin -- Matthew Arnold -- Victorian reviewers: Lewes, Martineau, Bagehot, Hutton, Pattison, Stephen -- Laughter and glory: Meredith, G.M. Hopkins -- Aesteticism: Pater, Swinburne, Wilde -- Le fin de siècle: Symons, Literary Biographers -- THE TWENTIETH CENTURY I: THE EARLY DECADES -- Henry James and Wells -- The modernist movement: Yeats, Hulme, Pound, Ford -- Bloomsbury and Eastwood: Woolf, Forster, Lawrence, Murry -- T.S. Eliot -- Academic criticism: Saintsbury, Grierson, Housman, Bradley, Granville Barker, Ker, Waddell -- Cambridge influences: Ricahrds, Empsom, Leavis -- Symbol and myth: Barfield, Bodkin, Wilson Knight -- THE TWENTIETH CENTURY II: POST-WAR DEVELOPMENTS -- C.S. Lewis and Northrup Frye -- The 'New Criticism': Ransom, Penn Warren, Brooks, Wimsatt & Beardsley, Winters -- Formalism and linguistic criticism: Jakobson, Fowler -- Sturctuiralism and deconstruction: Barthes, Derrida, Culler, de Man -- Marxist criticism: Caudwell, Knights, Brecht, Lukácz, Williams, Eagleton -- Feminist criticism: de Beauvoir, Woolf, Donovan, Showalter, Cixous, (Fish) Meese
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
ix, 412 pages
Isbn
9780312060398
Lccn
90026095
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)22890687
  • (OCoLC)ocm22890687
Label
A history of literary criticism, Harry Blamires
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 381-389) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • THE CLASSICAL AGE -- Plato -- Aristotle -- Horace -- Longinus -- Rhetoric: Cicero, Quintilian, Seneca, Petronius, Martianus Capella -- THE MIDDLE AGES -- Plotinus -- Augustine and Aquinus -- The trivium (Dyscolus, Donatus, Servius, Macrobius, Priscianus, Porphyry) -- The British scene: Bede, Egbert, Alcuin, Alfred, John of Salisbury -- Style and substance: Geoffrey de Vinsauf, (Plutarch) Dante, Boccaccio -- THE RENAISSANCE -- The complete man: Elyot, Ascham -- The art of poetry: Gascoigne, James VI, Puttenham, Webbe -- The defense of poetry: Gosson, Lodge, Sidney (Minturno, Scaliger), Harington -- Classical or native versification: Kirke, Harvey, Drant, du Bellay, Chapman, Campion, Daniel -- Bacon and Johnson -- THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY I: PEACHAM TO DRYDEN -- The gentleman and the Christian: Peacham, Drayton, Reynolds, Milton -- Some royalist critics: Davenant, Hobbes, Cowley, Sprat -- The debate about drama: Flecknoe, Howard, Shadwell -- John Dryden (Rochester, Roscommon) -- THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY II: RYMER TO DENNIS -- The standing of the Elizabethans: Rymer, Butler, Phillips, Langbaine -- The ancients and the moderns: Temple, Wotton (Fontenelle, Perrault) -- The moral debate: Mulgrave, Wolseley, Blackmore, Collier, Vanbrugh, Congreve -- John Dennis -- THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY I: THE AGE OF ADDISON AND POPE -- Joseph Addison -- The battle of the books: Swift, Farquhar -- Poetry: sacred vocation and disciplined art: Watts, Shaftesbury, Trapp, Hughes -- Alexander Pope and his victims: Welsted, Theobald -- Uniformity and simplicity: Hutcheson, Spence, Thompson, Husbands, Blackwell -- Henry Fielding -- THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY II: JOHNSON AND HIS SUCCESSORS -- Dr Johnson -- The rejection of neoclassicism: J. Warton, Young, T. Warton, Hurd, Lowth, Blair, Whiter -- Theorists on aesthetic experience: Hume, Burke, Reynolds, Kames, Campbell, Beattie, Jones -- The practitioners speak: Goldsmith, Mackenzie, Cumberland
  • THE ROMANTIC AGE -- William Wordsworth -- Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- Romanticism at bay: Peacock, Shelley, Blake, Keats -- Hazlitt and De Quincey -- Journalists and reviewers: Leigh Hunt, Jeffrey, Gifford, Crocker, Scott, Lockhart, Hogg, Wilson, Robinson -- THE VICTORIAN AGE -- Aftermath of romanticism: Carlyle, Mill, Keble, Smith, Ruskin -- Matthew Arnold -- Victorian reviewers: Lewes, Martineau, Bagehot, Hutton, Pattison, Stephen -- Laughter and glory: Meredith, G.M. Hopkins -- Aesteticism: Pater, Swinburne, Wilde -- Le fin de siècle: Symons, Literary Biographers -- THE TWENTIETH CENTURY I: THE EARLY DECADES -- Henry James and Wells -- The modernist movement: Yeats, Hulme, Pound, Ford -- Bloomsbury and Eastwood: Woolf, Forster, Lawrence, Murry -- T.S. Eliot -- Academic criticism: Saintsbury, Grierson, Housman, Bradley, Granville Barker, Ker, Waddell -- Cambridge influences: Ricahrds, Empsom, Leavis -- Symbol and myth: Barfield, Bodkin, Wilson Knight -- THE TWENTIETH CENTURY II: POST-WAR DEVELOPMENTS -- C.S. Lewis and Northrup Frye -- The 'New Criticism': Ransom, Penn Warren, Brooks, Wimsatt & Beardsley, Winters -- Formalism and linguistic criticism: Jakobson, Fowler -- Sturctuiralism and deconstruction: Barthes, Derrida, Culler, de Man -- Marxist criticism: Caudwell, Knights, Brecht, Lukácz, Williams, Eagleton -- Feminist criticism: de Beauvoir, Woolf, Donovan, Showalter, Cixous, (Fish) Meese
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
ix, 412 pages
Isbn
9780312060398
Lccn
90026095
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)22890687
  • (OCoLC)ocm22890687

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