First Follow Nature: Primitivism in English Poetry, 1725-1750

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Part One Primitivism Chronological and Cultural 1
  • 1- Chronological Primitivism 3
  • 2- Cultural Primitivism 28
  • Part Two Vivere Secundum Naturam 95
  • I- Philosophical Aspects 97
  • 2- Aesthetics 124
  • 3- Ethics 160
  • Part Three Epilogue 197
  • Epilogue 199
  • Part Four Notes Bibliography Index 209
  • Abbreviations 211
  • Notes 214
  • Bibliography 256
  • Index 265
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