Algernon Swinburne: The Critical Heritage: Volume 3 (The by Clyde K. Hyder

By Clyde K. Hyder

The Critical Heritage gathers jointly a wide physique of severe resources on significant figures in literature. each one quantity provides modern responses to a writer's paintings, permitting scholars and researchers to learn for themselves, for instance, reviews on early performances of Shakespeare's performs, or reactions to the 1st ebook of Jane Austen's novels.
The conscientiously chosen resources variety from landmark essays within the historical past of feedback to journalism and modern opinion, and little released documentary fabric corresponding to letters and diaries. major items of feedback from later classes also are incorporated, so that it will show the fluctuations in an author's reputation.
each one quantity includes an advent to the writer's released works, a specific bibliography, and an index of works, authors and subjects.
The Collected severe Heritage set might be to be had as a suite of sixty eight volumes and the sequence can also be on hand in mini units chosen through interval (in slipcase bins) and as person volumes.

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