Literary Criticism of George Henry Lewes

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Literary Criticism of
George Henry Lewes

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ALICE R. KAMINSKY

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS · LINCOLN

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Literary Criticism of George Henry Lewes *
  • Regents Critics Series *
  • Contents *
  • Introduction ix
  • Biographical Note xxii
  • I. on Cognition: Art and Science *
  • Mental Vision *
  • Of Vision in Art: the Nature of the Imagination 10
  • Ii. Culture and Criticism 20
  • On the Science of Criticism *
  • The Criticism of Augustus Wilhelm Schlegel 26
  • On Style and the Imitation of Models 33
  • Renan and the Moral Decadence of the Age 37
  • A Frenchman, an Englishman, and a German 44
  • Iii. Poetry and Poets: Ancient and Modern 44
  • What is Poetry? *
  • Homer 60
  • Goethe 65
  • Percy Bysshe Shelley 72
  • Wordsworth's Prelude 78
  • Matthew Arnold 82
  • Iv. Realism and the Art of the Novel 84
  • Realism and Idealism *
  • The Novels of Jane Austen 91
  • Dickens in Relation to Criticism 94
  • Herman Melville— the Whale: or Moby Dick 106
  • V. the Theater: on Actors and the Art of Acting *
  • On the Actor *
  • On Natural Acting 113
  • Macready's Shylock 116
  • Rachel and Racine 120
  • Vi. the Rise and Fall of the Drama 122
  • Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides *
  • Characteristics of the Spanish Drama 130
  • Shakespeare 138
  • On the Decline of the Drama (1850) 145
  • On the Decline of the Drama (1867) 148
  • Selected Bibliography 150
  • Index 155
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