A Short History of English Literature

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Abbot, The (Scott), 258
Abercrombie, Lascelles (1881-1938), 340 , 359
‘Abou ben Adhem’ (Hunt), 252
About the House (Auden), 369
Abraham Lincoln (Drinkwater), 340
Absalom and Achitophel (Dryden), 132 , 133-4 , 139
Abse, Dannie (1923-), 379
‘Absent from thee’ (Rochester), 131
Absentee, The (Edgeworth), 256
‘Abt Vogler’ (Browning), 277
Acceptance World, The (Powell), 413
Adam & Eve & Pinch Me (Coppard), 403
Adam Bede (G. Eliot), 312
Adams, Richard (1920-), 419
Addison, Joseph (1672-1719), 141 , 142-3 , 154 , 167-70 , 171 , 182 , 185 , 203 , 210 , 306
‘Addlestrop’ (Thomas), 360
‘Address to the Unco Guid’ (Burns), 227
Adelgitha (Lewis), 215
Adeline Mowbray (Opie), 267
Admirable Crichton, The (Barrie), 335
‘Adonais’ (Shelley), 243
Advancement of Learning, The (Bacon), 119
Adventures of Harry Richmond, The (Meredith), 318
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The (Doyle), 329
Adventures of Ulysses, The (Lamb), 247
A.E. (George William Russel) (1867-1935), 338
Aeneid (trs. Douglas), 24
Aeneid (trs. Dryden), 135
Aeneid (trs. Surrey), 35
Aerodrome, The (Warner), 411
‘Affliction’ (Herbert), 99
‘After Blenheim’ (Southey), 236
After Haggerty (Mercer), 350
After Strange Gods (Eliot), 367
Agamemnon (Thomson), 176-7
Age of Anxiety, The (Auden), 369
Agnes de Castro (Behn), 156
Agnes Grey (A. Brontë), 309
Akenside, Mark (1721-70), 192
Alastor (Shelley), 242
Alchemist, The (Jonson), 66
Aldington, Richard (1892-1962), 388
Alexander Pope (Sitwell), 143 , 164-8 , 171
Alexander’s Feast (Dryden), 135
Alexandria Quartet (Durrell), 414
Alfred (Thomson and Mallet), 195
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (Carroll), 327-8
‘All Day It Has Rained’ (Lewis), 375
All for Love (Dryden), 132 , 139
All Hallows’ Eve (Williams), 405
All in the Wrong (Murphy), 198
‘All my past life is mine no more’ (Rochester), 131
‘All that’s Past’ (De la Mare), 362
All the Year Round,304

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