The Diction of Poetry from Spenser to Bridges

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University of Toronto Press, 1955 - English language - 284 pages
"The book is primarily an essay in literary criticism The chapters are in part studies on the choice and use of worlds by certain English poets, but an attempt is also made to relate the diction of each poet to the quality of his work" -- Preface.

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Spenser and the Early Spenserians p
Shakespeare p
The Spenserian Tradition and its Rivals up to 1660 p

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