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Christopher Middleton
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W. J. Johnson (1976)
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These early printed books were made using either wooden or metal blocks and were primarily focussed on Buddhist and . The importance of this cannot be underestimated for the history and development of Europe and the world at large.

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Start by marking The History Of English Poetry (Non Fiction) as Want to Read . Whitfield explores this most expressive of art forms and traces the historical development of a rich and diverse canon of poetical works.

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The third volume, published in 1791, begins with a.Warton's History had all the advantages and disadvantages of a pioneering work

The third volume, published in 1791, begins with a dissertation on the Gesta Romanorum, one of many sections of the History to fall out of chronological sequence. He moves on to the Earl of Surrey, Thomas Wyatt, Tottel's Miscellany, John Heywood, Thomas More, and another out-of-sequence study, this time of the Middle English romance of Ywain and Gawain. Warton's History had all the advantages and disadvantages of a pioneering work

Printed on one side only using metal type, they were quickly and crudely produced in large quantities. However, the International Typographic Style began to lose its energy in the late 1970s. Many criticised it for being cold, formal and dogmatic. A young teacher in Basel.

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The Poetical Decameron, or Ten Conversations on English Poets and Poetry. A Complete History of the English Stage. The Marriage of Oceanus and Britannia an allegorical fictio.all invented, written, and composed by Richard Fleckno. Edinburgh and London: Archibald Constable and C. 1820. The Poetical and Literary Character of the Late John Philip Kemble, New Monthly Magazine 36 (February 1832), 174–83. Collier, John Payne, ed. The Diary of Philip Henslowe, from 1591 to 1609. London: Printed for the Author, 1797–1800.

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These relatively unsophisticated works were written for a bourgeois audience, and the manuscripts that preserve them are early examples of commercial book production. The humorous beast epic makes its first appearance in Britain in the 13th century with The Fox and the Wolf, taken indirectly from the Old French Roman de Renart. In the same manuscript with this work is Dame Sirith, the earliest English fabliau.

The book for which Gibbons is best remembered was a satire of late-Victorian pastoral fiction .

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"Containing the Poeticall fictions of all the starres in the firmament: gathered from amongst all the Poets and Astronomers."