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English essays from Sir Philip Sidney to Macaulay / with introductions and notes.

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  • Physical Description: 401 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 22 cm.
  • Edition: Registered ed.
  • Publisher: New York : P.F. Collier, c1937.

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Formatted Contents Note:
The defense of poesy / by Sir Philip Sidney -- on Shakespeare / by Ben Jonson -- On Bacon / by Ben Jonson -- Of agriculture / by Abraham Cowley -- The vision of Mirza / by Joseph Addison -- Westminster Abbey / by Joseph Addison -- The Spectator Club / by Sir Richard Steele -- Hints towards an essay on conversation / by Jonathan Swift -- A treatise on good manners and good breeding / by Jonathan Swift -- A letter of advice to a young poet / by Jonathan Swift --On the death of Esther Johnson (Stella) / by Jonathan Swift -- The shortest way with the dissenters / by Daniel Defoe -- The education of women / by Daniel Defoe -- Life of Addison, 1672-1719 / by Samuel Johnson -- Of the standard of taste / by David Hume --Fallacies of anti-reformers / by Sydney Smith -- On poesy or art / by Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- Of persons one would wish to have seen / by William Hazlitt -- Deaths of little children / by Leigh Hunt --On the realities of imagination / by Leigh Hunt -- On the tragedies of Shakspere / by Charles Lamb -- Levana and our ladies of Sorrow / by Thomas de Quincy -- A defence of poetry / by Percy Bysshe Shelly --Machiavelli / by Thomas Babington Macaulay.
Subject: English essays.