De Carmine Pastorali (1684) eBook

René Rapin
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 64 pages of information about De Carmine Pastorali (1684).

JAN., 1947:  Series II, No. 2—­Samuel Wesley’s Epistle to a Friend Concerning Poetry (1700) and Essay on Heroic Poetry (1693).

MARCH, 1947:  Series III, No. 2—­Anon., Representation of the Impiety and Immorality of the Stage (1704) and anon., Some Thoughts Concerning the Stage (1704).


MAY, 1947:  Series I, No. 3—­John Gay’s The Present State of Wit; and a section on Wit from The English Theophrastus.  With an Introduction by Donald Bond.

JULY, 1947:  Series II, No. 3—­Rapin’s De Carmine Pastorali, translated by Creech.  With an Introduction by J. E. Congleton.

SEPT., 1947:  Series III, No. 3—­T.  Hanmer’s (?) Some Remarks on the Tragedy of Hamlet.  With an Introduction by Clarence D. Thorpe.

NOV., 1947:  Series I, No. 4—­Corbyn Morris’ Essay towards Fixing the True Standards of Wit, etc.  With an Introduction by James L. Clifford.

JAN., 1948:  Series II, No. 4—­Thomas Purney’s Discourse on the Pastoral.  With an Introduction by Earl Wasserman.

MARCH, 1948:  Series III, No. 4—­Essays on the Stage, selected, with an Introduction by Joseph Wood Krutch.

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