The Theater (1720) eBook

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During the first two years the publications are issued in three series:  I. Essays on Wit; II.  Essays on Poetry and Language; and III.  Essays on the Stage.

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JULY, 1946:  Series II, No. 1—­Samuel Cobb’s Of Poetry and Discourse on Criticism (1707).

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