The English Romantic Poets and Essayists: A Review of Research and Criticism

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INDEX
Tins INDEX, although it does not include every name appearing in the text and is not a subject-matter index, lists all persons mentioned as having edited works of the writers discussed, having written books or articles about them or ones in which they incidentally figure, or having prepared bibliographies or catalogues of their works.
Abbiati, T., 150
Abrams, M. H., 294, 331
Adams, D. S., 39
Adams, Hazard, 7, 25
Adams, Sarah Flower, 46
Adolphus, J. L., 140
Agnew, Mary, 192
Ainger, Alfred, 36, 37, 41, 44, 45, 62, 64, 126
Aitken, James, 179n
Albrecht, William P., 94, 95, 101
Alden, H. M., 326
Allingham, H., 193
Allingham, William, 189
Altick, Richard D., 272, 277
Altrocchi, Rudolph, 150
Ambrose, Daniel, 211, 225
Anderson, Gertrude A., 42, 50
Anderson, J. P., 115
Anderson, M. B., 327
Andrews, Jeanne, 104, 105
Andrews, William, 288
Anthony, Katherine, 46
Anton, Peter, 315
Archer, William, 64, 265, 283, 290, 291
Armes, W. D., 308
Armitt, Mary L., 307, 322
Armour, Richard W., 277
Artom, Giuliana, 242 [see Treves]
Ascher, J., 198
Ashley-Montagu, M. F., 235
Ashton, Helen, 52
Aspinall, Arthur, 297
Astre, Georges-Albert, 345
Atkinson, W. C., 186
Auer, Johannes, 249, 250
Axon, W. E. A., 300, 302, 304, 305, 306, 313, 343
B., E. G., 43, 142
Babbitt, Irving, 15
Babcock, R. W., 100
Babson, J. E., 36, 265
Bagdasarianz, Waldemar, 18
Bagehot, Walter, 133
Ba-Han, Maung, 18
Bailey, J. C., 128
Bain, Joseph, 315
Baird-Smith, Mrs., 310
Baker, Collins, 27
Baker, E. A., 135, 152
Baker, Harry T., 100, 112
Bald, R. C., 49, 62, 65, 231
Baldensperger, Fernand, 149, 226
Baldwin, C. S., 336
Balfour, Graham, 135
Ball, Margaret, 131, 132
Balmanno, Mary, 50
" Barine, Arvède" 321
Barnet, Sylvan, 60, 66
Barnett, George L., 34, 37, 38, 40, 42, 47, 51, 68, 69
Barrington, Sir Jonah, 212

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Abbreviations in References xii
  • 1 - William Blake 1
  • 2 - Charles Lamb 32
  • 3 - Hazlitt 72
  • 4 - Scott 114
  • 5 - Southey 158
  • 6 - Thomas Campbell 188
  • 7 - Thomas Moore 202
  • 8 - Walter S. Landor 228
  • 9 - Leigh Hunt 262
  • 10 - Thomas De Quincey 299
  • Index 348
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