Oxford History Of English Literature Series

Oxford History Of English Literature Series

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C. S. Lewis's most substantial work of literary scholarship, English Literature in the. this latest volume in the Oxford History of English Literature series.

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Here is a reading list made up of just a small selection of the texts we carry in the series. important texts in English history. As well as providing the authoritative Colgrave translation of the.

The Oxford History of English is a handsome, finely presented volume. caricature the transitional nature of historical change with a series of sudden. She also notes the emergence of a certain literary archaism attached to poetic discourse.

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They’re often bracketed together, Tolkien and Lewis, which I suppose is fair because they were great friends—both Oxford writers and scholars, both Christians. Tolkien’s work has very little of.

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