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03/2015, ISBN 0691643806, 284
Howard D. Weinbrot challenges the view that the period 1660-1800 is correctly regarded as the "Augustan" age of English literature, a time in which classical... 
European | Literary Criticism | English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh | Augustus, Emperor of Rome, 63 b.c | a.d. 14, in fiction, drama, poetry, etc | English literature | 18th century | Latin literature | Classicism | Language & Literature | History and criticism
eBook
The Review of English Studies, ISSN 0034-6551, 11/2019, Volume 70, Issue 297, pp. 890 - 910
Abstract Samuel Johnson’s first ghost-written sermon was for Henry Hervey Aston at the annual Sons of the Clergy Festival on 2 May 1745. Hervey Aston was the... 
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PHILOLOGICAL QUARTERLY, ISSN 0031-7977, 2018, Volume 97, Issue 3, pp. 307 - 331
In the year 1683 Huguenot emigre Jean-Baptiste de Rosemond dedicated his translation of Gilbert Burnet's History of the Reformation of the Church of England... 
LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | LITERATURE | Monarchy | United Kingdom | History | Analysis | Historical text analysis | Members of Parliament | Civil disobedience | History of translation | Religion | Politics | Translators | Parliaments | Children | French language
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Eighteenth-Century Life, ISSN 0098-2601, 09/2017, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp. 57 - 88
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Journal for Eighteenth‐Century Studies, ISSN 1754-0194, 09/2016, Volume 39, Issue 3, pp. 315 - 334
Apocalyptic satire laments the collapse of a culture, a nation or a religion – or all of these. The speaker uses images of ruins, deluges and infectious... 
Gilbert Burnet | Transubstantiation | Apocalyptic satire | John Dryden | Declaration of Indulgence | HUMANITIES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | 1600-1699 | prose | polemics | satirical prose | apocalyptic imagery | James II, King of England | English literature | Anglican writers | Revolution of 1688 | Dryden, John | anti-Catholicism | transubstantiation
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Modern Philology, ISSN 0026-8232, 11/2016, Volume 114, Issue 2, pp. 310 - 336
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1978, ISBN 9780691063447, xi, 270
Howard D. Weinbrot challenges the view that the period 1660-1800 is correctly regarded as the "Augustan" age of English literature, a time in which classical... 
Classicism | Augustus, Emperor of Rome, 63 B.C.-14 A.D | History and criticism | English literature | Latin literature | Emperor of Rome | Roman influences | In literature | Appreciation | 18th century | England | 63 B.C.-14 A.D | History | Augustus | Rome | Influence
Book
1993, ISBN 0521325196, xvii, 625
This, Howard D.Weinbrot's magnum opus, draws on a large range of material to chronicle the developing confidence in British national literature from the 1670s... 
Nationalism | Great Britain in literature | English literature | National characteristics, British, in literature | Nationalism in literature | Aesthetics, British | Nativism in literature | History and criticism | History
Book
1988, ISBN 9780521325134, xii, 260
Howard D. Weinbrot here collects thirteen of his most important essays on Restoration and eighteenth-century British satire. Divided into sections on... 
History and criticism | Satire, English | English literature
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