Edward Lear and the Critics

Edward Lear and the Critics

Ann C. Colley

Hardback
$60.00

Camden House

Overview

Overview

Critical response to Lear's literary, journalistic, musical and artistic output.
This book is a history of how critics from the nineteenth century on have regarded Lear's extensive work. The survey includes not only what has been written in Great Britain and North America; it is also includes that which has come out of Spain, Italy, Germany, France, Greece, India and the Ukraine. In addition to offering a chronological sense of the various responses to Lear's work, the book identifies patterns of thought that run through the numerous critical reactions.

Details

January 1994
160 pages
22x15 in
Literary Criticism in Perspective
ISBN: 9781879751804
Format: Hardback
Camden House
BIC DS
BISAC LCO000000
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