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A Critical History of English Literature, Volume 1: From the Beginnings to Milton by David Daiches
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The book is very helpful for a literature student, a must buy. With enormous intelligence and enthusiasm, he guides the reader through this vastly complex and rich tradition, finely criticl historical background with highly informed criticism.
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Jul 15, Gowsalya rated it really liked it. Meenakshi rated it it was amazing Oct 30, It would be presumptuous as well as impossible to evaluate Professor Daiches’ two volume history of English literature. Certainly as against Priestley’s intuitive, more personalized and more prejudiced Literature and Western Man which appeared earlier this year, Professor Daiches’ work is of greater depth and more vy judgment.
I ended up using the then Pelican, now Penguin Guide instead. He was a prolific writer, producing works on English literature, Scottish literature, literary history and criticism as well as the broader role of literature in society and culture.
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Professor David Daiches’ book provides us with the vy history of the all the famous English literature. Common terms and phrases achieve admiration Arnold ballad beauty blank verse Byron century character combination comedy comic contemporary couplets criticism deliberately developed dialogue Dickens drama Dryden eighteenth eighteenth-century emotional England English English poetry epic essays feeling fiction Dafid Revolution George Eliot give hero heroic heroic couplet Houyhnhnms human humor ideal imagery imagination interest irony Jacobite Jane Austen Johnson Keats kind language literary literature living meaning mind mock-heroic modern moral movement narrative nature neoclassic never novel novelist passion pattern philosophical plays plot poem poet poetic poetry political Pope Pope’s popular Pre-Raphaelite produced prose reader Redgauntlet religion represented Restoration Restoration comedy rhetorical romantic satire scene Scotland Scots Scott Scottish Scottish literature sense sentimental shows social society sometimes song stanza story style Swift symbolic T.
What can best be done here is to indicate its scope and intentions-beginning here with Beawulf and ending some pages later with an epilogue on twentieth century writing, primarily the poetry of Eliot and Yeats and the novels of Woolf and Joyce with its new concepts of time and consciousness. A History of Indian English Literature. Salis Daiches was rabbi to Edinburgh’s Jewish community.
An Edinburgh Jewish Childhood.