The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature: 1800-1900
Cambridge University Press, 1999 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1536 pages
Covering the nineteenth century, this is volume four of the third edition of the standard primary bibliography of English literature. This volume offers a comprehensive revision and updating of the first and second editions with an expanded list of writers emphasising women writers and non-canonical writing; the literature of political economy and household books; and an expanded section on philosophy and science. Individual author entries include sections on manuscript locations, bibliographies, collected works, details of all individual works, contributions to periodicals, letters, journals, translations, pseudonymous works, imitations and attributed or spurious works. The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature is accepted internationally as the single most important reference work in its field.
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