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WORKS BY EDWARD DOWDEN, LL.D.
SHAKSPERE : HIS MIND AND ART.
Fifth Edition, large post 8vo, cloth, 12s. “He has an unusual insight into the broader as well as the nicer meanings of Shakspere. ... The book contains many valuable remarks on the drama.” - Saturday Review.
“This is a right good book, which our students of English literature should value and enjoy."- British Quarterly Review.
“A better book as an introduction to the study of Shakspere than Professor Dowden's we do not know." - Westminster Review.
STUDIES IN LITERATURE, 1789-1877.
Large post 8vo, cloth, price 12s.
CONTENTS. The French Revolution and Literature George Eliot.-II. “Middlemarch” The Transcendental Movement and and “ Daniel Deronda Literature
Lamennais The Scientific Movement and Litera- Edgar Quinet ture
On some French Writers of Verse, The Prose Works of Wordsworth
1830-1877 Walter Savage Landor
The Poetry of Victor Hugo Mr. Tennyson and Mr. Browning The Poetry of Democracy: Walt George Eliot
Whitman “ Written with extreme care. ... We return thanks to Professor Dowden for certainly the most thoughtful book of literary comment which we have seen for a long time.” - Academy.
PO E MS.
Second Edition, fcap. 8vo, cloth, price 58. “A volume which, we venture to say, no true critic will read through without discovering in it, in greater or less degree, according to the measure of his own faculty, the criteria of true poetry, nor yet without acknowledging that it is poetry which bas sprung straight out of the very surface of modern thoughts and emotions."-Spectator.
THE PARCHMENT LIBRARY EDITION.
Edited by EDWARD DOWDEN.
“A more exquisite edition of these poems the book-lover can scarcely desire." —Notes and Queries.
“Mr. Dowden has prefixed an interesting and well-proportioned introduction.”-Saturday Review.
LONDON: Kegan Paul, TRENCH & Co., 1, PATERNOSTER SQUARE.