The Critical Heritage gathers together a large body of critical sources on major figures in literature. Each volume presents contempoprary responses to a writer's work, enabling students and researchers to read the material themselves.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Part 1 POLEMICIST IN PROSE:CONTEMPORARY AND LATER COMMENTS; A With Samuel Parker; Chapter 1 Richard Leigh on the Rehearsal Transpros'd; Chapter 2 Samuel Parker's first response; Chapter 3 Edmund Hickeringill on the Rehearsal Transpros'd; Chapter 4, ? Joseph Glanvill on the Rehearsal Transpros'd; Chapter 5 An anonymous comment on the author of the Rehearsal Transpros'd; Chapter 6 Rochester on the Parker controversy; Chapter 7 Robert McWard comments on Parker and Marvell; Chapter 8 Thomas Long comments on the Transproser; Chapter 9 Bishop Burnet on the Parker controversy; Chapter 10 Anthony à Wood on the Parker controversy; Chapter 11 Dean Swift's allusion to the controversy; Chapter 12 Isaac Disraeli on the Parker controversy; B With Francis Turner; Chapter 13 Bishop Croft's letter to Marvell; Chapter 14 An anonymous poetic tribute to Marvell's character; Chapter 15 W.P.Ker on the superiority of Mr Smirke; C With Roger L'Estrange; Chapter 16 An anonymous notice from A Letter from Amsterdam; Chapter 17 Sir Roger L'Estrange on the Growth of Popery; Chapter 18, ? Marchamont Nedham on the author of the Growth of Popery; Chapter 19 An anonymous tribute On his Excellent Friend; Chapter 20 Tell-Truth's comment on Marvell; Chapter 21 John Dryden's comments; Chapter 22 Bishop Parker on the Growth of Popery and the ‘First Anniversary’; Chapter 23 A further comment on the Growth of Popery; Chapter 24 Three eighteenth-century historians comment; D With Thomas Danson; Chapter 25 Henry Rogers on Marvell's defense of Howe; Chapter 26 Dr John Brown on Marvell; Part 2 SATIRIST, PATRIOT, AND EMERGENT POET; Chapter 27 Milton's recommendation of Marvell; Chapter 28 John Aubrey's comments; Chapter 29 James Yonge, from his Journal; Chapter 30 Nahum Tate, an allusion; Chapter 31 Preface to Poems on Affairs of State; Chapter 32 Defoe on satirical poetry; Chapter 33 Thomas Cooke on the life and writings; Chapter 34 James Parsons on ‘Eyes and Tears’; Chapter 35 Voltaire on In ea
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