Steele, Addison and Their Periodical Essays

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WRITERS AND THEIR WORK
General Editor: BONAMY DOBRÉEThe first 55 issues in the Series appeared under the General Editorship of T. O. BEACHCROFT
Sixteenth Century and Earlier:
CHAUCER: Nevill Coghill
ENGLISH MARITIME WRITING: Hakluyt to Cook: Oliver Warner
MALORY: M. C. Bradbrook
MARLOWE: Philip Henderson
SPENSER: Rosemary Freeman
Seventeenth Century:
SIR THOMAS BROWNE: Peter Green
BUNYAN: Henri Talon
DONNE: Frank Kermode
DRYDEN: Bonamy Dobrée
ANDREW MARVELL: John Press
MILTON: E. M. W. Tillyard
SHAKESPEARE: C. J. Sisson
IZAAK WALTON: Margaret Bottrall
Eighteenth Century:
BLAKE: Kathleen Raine
BOSWELL: P. A. W. Collins
BURKE: T. E. Utley
BURNS: David Daiches
CRABBE: R. L. Brett
DEFOE: J. R. Sutherland
FIELDING: John Butt
GIBBON: C. V. Wedgwood
GOLDSMITH: A. Norman Jeffares
GRAY: R. W. Ketton-Cremer
JOHNSON: S. C. Roberts
POPE: Ian Jack
RICHARDSON: R. F. Brissenden
SHERIDAN: W. A. Darlington
SMOLLETT: Laurence Brander
STERNE: D. W. Jefferson
SWIFT: J. Middleton Murry
HORACE WALPOLE: Hugh Honour
Nineteenth Century:
MATTHEW ARNOLD: Kenneth Allott
JANE AUSTEN: S. Townsend Warner
THE BRONTË, SISTERS: Phyllis Bentley
BROWNING: John Bryson.
SAMUEL BUTLER: G. D. H. Cole
BYRON: Herbert Read
CARLYLE: David Gascoyne
LEWIS CARROLL: Derek Hudson
COLERIDGE: Kathleen Raine
DICKENS: K. J. Fielding
GEORGE ELIOT: Lettice Cooper
ENGLISH TRAVELLERS IN THE NEAR EAST: Robin Fedden
THOMAS HARDY: R. A. Scott-James
GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS: Geoffrey Grigson
KEATS: Edmund Blunden
LAMB: Edmund Blunden
JOHN STUART MILL: Maurice Cranston
WILLIAM MORRIS: Philip Henderson
NEWMAN: J. M. Cameron
ROSSETTI: O. Doughty
RUSKIN: Peter Quennell
SIR WALTER SCOTT: Ian Jack
SHELLEY: Stephen Spender
R. L. STEVENSON: G. B. Stern
SWINBURNE: H. J. C. Grierson
TENNYSON: F. L. Lucas
OSCAR WILDE: James Laver
WORDSWORTH: Helen Darbishire
Twentieth Century:
W. H. AUDEN: Richard Hoggart
HILAIRE BELLOC: Renée Haynes
ARNOLD BENNETT: Frank Swinnerton
EDMUND BLUNDEN: Alec M. Hardie

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