Tobias Smollett: The Critical Heritage

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Lionel Kelly
Psychology Press, 1995 - Literary Criticism - 380 pages
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This book gathers together a large body of critical sources on major figures in literature. Each volume presents contemporary responses to a writer's work, enabling students and researchers to read for themselves, for example, comments on early performances of Shakespeare's plays, or reactions to the first publication of Jane Austen's novels.
  

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Contents

HORACE WALPOLE from a letter to Horace Mann
13
NOTE ON THE TEXT
29
ALEXANDER CARLYLE remarks on Smollett 174658
35
LADY MARY woRTLEY MONTAGU from a letter to
39
The Regicide 1749
41
Peregrine Pickle 1751
47
DR JOHN HILL from A Parallel March 1751
69
Anonymous verses on Lady Vane The London Magazine
75
Unsigned review The London Magazine June 1771
207
Unsigned review The Monthly Review August 1771
213
RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN from a letter to Thomas
219
JAMES BEATTIE from Essays 1776
230
Anonymous from The Minor 22 February 1780
241
SAMUEL j PRATT from Moral Tales 1785
247
WILLIAM CREECH from Edinburgh Fugitive Pieces 1791
253
JAMES LACKINGTON from Memoirs 1793
264

March 1751
76
MADAM ROXANA TERMAGANT BONNELL THORNTON
85
RALPH GRIFFITHS The Monthly Review March 1753
91
LIE CATHERINE FRERON from Lettres sur Quelques Ecrits
97
Countess of Bute 1 January 1755
103
Roderick Random in Germany 1755
112
OWEN RUFFHEAD The Monthly Review April 1758
121
ROBERT ANDERSON from Miscellaneous Works of Smollett
125
LADY MARY WORTLEY MONTAGU from a letter to
137
OLIVER GOLDSMITH from The Bee 3 November 1759
155
Anonymous from The Battle of the Reviews 1760
162
Smollett as Historian
169
Unsigned notice The Library May 1762
175
GIUSEPPE BARETTI from Frustra Letteraria 20 January 1764
181
MADAME RICCOBONI from a letter to David Garrick 14
189
DR JOHN MOORE from The Works of Tobias Smollett 1797
271
Anonymous The Port Folio 19 June 1802
278
Smolletts Naval Characters
284
British Novelists
290
WILLIAM MUDFORD from The British Novelists 1810
300
Anonymous from The Port Folio November 1811
325
Anonymous The Quarterly Review June 1812
332
JOHN GIBSON LOCKHART from a letter to Archibald
338
JOHN DUNLOP from The History of Fiction 1816
340
NATHAN DRAKE from Literary Hours 1820
347
SIR WALTER SCOTT from The Fortunes of Nigel 1822
364
Smollett as Poet
373
Travels Through France and Italy
379
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