Daniel Defoe: A Study of His Life

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Wildside Press LLC, Apr 30, 2008 - Fiction - 180 pages
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Daniel Defoe is part of the English Men of Letters series, edited by John Morley.
  

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Contents

CONTENTS
1
CHAPTER II
13
CHAPTER III
30
CHAPTER IV
51
CHAPTER V
62
CHAPTER VI
73
RECHANGING SIDES
103
CHAPTER VIII
115
CHAPTER IX
130
CHAPTER X
155

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About the author (2008)

William Minto (10 October 1845 - 1 March 1893), Scottish man of letters, was born at Auchintoul, Aberdeenshire. He was educated at the University of Aberdeen, and spent a year at Merton College, Oxford. He was assistant professor under Alexander Bain at Aberdeen for some years; from 1874 to 1878 he edited the Examiner, and in 1880 he was made full professor of logic and English at Aberdeen. In 1872 he published a Manual of English Prose Literature, which was distinguished by sound judgment and sympathetic appreciation; and his Characteristics of English Poets from Chaucer to Shirley (1874) showed the same high qualities. His other works include: The Literature of the Georgian Era (1894) edited with a biographical introduction by W Knight Logic: Inductive and Deductive (1893) a monograph on Defoe in the "English Men of Letters" series (1879) three novels of small importance numerous articles on literary subjects in the 9th edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica. He had two sons, William and Charles. The elder died during celebrations to mark the end of the First World War when a shell misfired.

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