A handbook to literature: Based on the original edition by by C. Hugh Holman PDF

By C. Hugh Holman

ISBN-10: 0672614413

ISBN-13: 9780672614415

ISBN-10: 0672614774

ISBN-13: 9780672614774

The fourth version of "A guide to Literature" edited by means of C. Hugh Holman. An vital reference paintings for all scholars of literature, particularly these in English and American literature.

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Charles Boyle presently repullished Wotton and attacked Dr. Richard Bentley for an alleged slight. When it an in included Bentley (1697), his essay of edition published a second evidence, but edition Boyle's criticized only not Presented which upp"^dix Phalaris later elaborated in his famous Dissertation(7699), for believing that the in the science new the of methods the letters were spurious. Bentley employed initiating toward far went his study and itself, literature field of classical the Tale modern historical scholarship.

Antimeria: "BlJt," which is a conjunction, is used in this sentence as first a verb and then a noun. Shakespeare used antimeria often, as in "His complexion is perfect gallow s" (The Tempest,I,i and "The thunder would not Peace at my bidding" (King Lear, IV, vi). of words in successive clauses in reverse The REpErrrroN Antimetabole: which is a much like cHIAsMUs, grammatical order. Antimetaboleis a ncuREoFspEECH words. See cHIASMUS. A contempor ary form of ncrrorvproduced by writers convinced Anti-Novel: that the literal phenomen a ofexperience, neither abstracted, nor internahzed, Antiphon ll 28 nor "anthropornorphized" through MErApHoR, is the proper subject matter of the novelist interested in representing reality without imposed interpretations.

See cHIASMUS. A contempor ary form of ncrrorvproduced by writers convinced Anti-Novel: that the literal phenomen a ofexperience, neither abstracted, nor internahzed, Antiphon ll 28 nor "anthropornorphized" through MErApHoR, is the proper subject matter of the novelist interested in representing reality without imposed interpretations. The anti-noael experiments with fragmentation and dislocation on the assumption that the reader will be able to reconstruct reality from these disordered and unevaluated pieces of direct experience.

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