Halleck's New English Literature eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 629 pages of information about Halleck's New English Literature.

Poets.—­A.E.  Housman (1859- ):  A Shropshire Lad.  Katherine Tynan Hinkson (1861- ):  Collected Poems; New Poems (1911).  Arthur Christopher Benson (1862- ):  Collected Poems; Paul The Minstrel.  Henry Newbolt (1862- ):  Admirals All.  Herbert Trench (1865- ):  Deirdre Wedded and Nineteen Other Poems; Collected Poems.  Ethna Carberry (1866-1902):  The Passing of the Gael.  Richard Le Gallienne (1866- ):  Robert Louis Stevenson and Other Poems; Attitudes and Avowals (essays); The End of the Rainbow (stories).  Lionel Johnson (1867-1902):  Poems.  Lawrence Binyon (1869- ):  London Visions; Atilla (poetic drama).  Nora Hopper Chesson (1871-1906):  Under Quicken Boughs.  Dora Sigerson Shorter (1873- ):  Collected Poems.  John Drinkwater (1882- ):  Poems of Love and Death; King Cophetua.  Richard Middleton. (1882-1911):  Poems and Songs.  Lascelles Abercrombie:  Interludes.  James Stephens:  Hill of Vision; Crock of Gold (prose fiction).  T. Sturge Moore:  Aphrodite against Artemis; Poems.

Celtic Dramatists.—­George Moore (1853- ):  The Bending of the Bough.  Edward Martyn (1859- ):  The Heather Field.  William Boyle:  The Building Fund.  Padric Colum:  Thomas Muskerry; the Fiddler’s House.  Lennox Robinson:  Patriots.  Rutherford Mayne:  The Turn of the Road.  H. Granville Barker (English dramatist, 1877- ):  The Voysey Inheritance.


Abercrombie, Lascelles

Absalom and Achitophel

Abt Vogler

Actors, in early plays
  in Elizabethan theater

Adam Bede

Addison, Joseph, collaborates with Steele
  incidental reference to
  life of
  references on
  suggested readings in
  works of

Admirable Crichton, The


Advancement of Learning

Adventures of Harry Richmond


Aids to Reflection

Akenside, Mark


Alchemist, The

Alexander’s Feast

Alfred, King


All for Love


Amazing Marriage, The

Amazone, The


American Taxation, Speech on


Ancient Mariner

Ancren Riwle

Andrea del Sarto


Anglo-Norman period and Chaucer’s Age
  characteristics of Normans
  metrical romances
  prose writers
  references on
  suggested readings and question

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

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