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Lives of the most eminent English poets
Samuel Johnson

Lives of the most eminent English poets
with critical observations on their works.

Published by Derby & Jackson in New York .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

{'level': 0, 'label': '', 'pagenum': '', 'title': "v. 1. Editor's preface. Life of Samuel Johnson. Abraham Cowley. Sir John Denham. John Milton. Samuel Butler. Earl of Rochester. Earl of Roscommon. Thomas Otway. Edmund Waller. John Dryden. John Pomfret. Earl of Dorset. George Stepney. John Philips. William Walsh. Edmund Smith. Richard Duke. William King. Thomas Sprat. Earl of Halifax. Thomas Parnell. Samuel Garth. Nicholas Rowe, Joseph Addison. John Hughes. John Sheffield, duke of Buckinghamshire. Matthew Prior."}
{'level': 0, 'label': '', 'pagenum': '', 'title': 'v. 2. William Congreve. Sir Richard Blackmore. Elijah Fenton. John Gay. George Granville, lord Lansdown. Thomas Yalden. Thomas Tickell. James Hammond. . William Somerville. Richard Savage. Alexander Pope. Jonathan Swift. William Broome. Christopher Pitt. James Thomson. Isaac Watts. Ambrose Philips. Gilbert West. William Collins. John Dyer.'}

Edition Notes

William Shenstone. Edward Young. David Mallet. Mark Akenside. Lord Lyttleton. Thomas Gray. Additional notes. Index.

Genre Biography, Early works to 1800.


Library of Congress PR553 .J7 1857

The Physical Object

Pagination 2 v.

ID Numbers

Open Library OL6579390M
LC Control Number 15018251
OCLC/WorldCat 648671


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