English Poets: British Academy Chatterton Lectures
Clarendon Press, 1988 - 342 Seiten
Bringing together the very best of the annual Chatterton Lectures at the British Academy, this collection presents works by some of the finest literary minds, as well as notes from lectures by Seamus Heaney on Gerard Manley Hopkins, Christopher Ricks on Tennyson, John Bayley on Keats, and
Roger Lonsdale on Thomas Gray.
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List of Contributors
A London Poet
John Wilmot Earl of Rochester
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