I. ON CRITICISM.
Criticism is the art of judging. As reasonable
persons we are called upon to be constantly pronouncing
judgment, and either acting upon such judgment ourselves
or inviting oth...
The following essay discusses Horace Smith and his brother, James.The first years of the nineteenth century were not only a great age of strong individual poetic voices but also a great age of literar...
The period of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries is known as the time in which there was a "shift of sensibility," the time when the Augustan Age gave way to the new voices of the Roma...