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Author: John Atkins
Publisher: Riverrun Pr (June 1, 1983)
Language: English
Pages: 365
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After the war, he worked as a critic specialising in analysing the work of 20th century writers.

Sex in Literature: High Noon: The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. 071453756X (ISBN13: 9780714537566). After the war, he worked as a critic specialising in analysing the work of 20th century writers. He taught in different parts of the world, including Sudan and Poland, and his erudition and breadth of knowledge was immense. He wrote several books for Calder Publishing and other publishers and for the last thirty years of his life was spent quietly in East Anglia.

1982 RIVERRUN PRESS trade paperback, John Atkins (The British Spy Novel)

1982 RIVERRUN PRESS trade paperback, John Atkins (The British Spy Novel). The presence of sex in literature written during the 17th and 18th centuries.

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John Toland's Description of Epsom (1711) is one of the most remarkable creative responses, ancient or modern .

John Toland's Description of Epsom (1711) is one of the most remarkable creative responses, ancient or modern, to Pliny's Epistles. Drawing on the villa letters and the collection as a whole for both topographical description and self-styling, Toland moulds himself after an intensely ruralist - and strikingly Horatian - Pliny.

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Vol. 4, High Noon: The Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. London: John Calder, 1982.

Who wrote a 'touchstone' book on gravity in 1687? "The Tattler" and "The Spectator"; Addison and . What work ridicules a petty war between sexes? John Donne.

Who wrote a 'touchstone' book on gravity in 1687? "The Tattler" and "The Spectator"; Addison and Steele. What were the names of the first two periodicals (both one page papers), and who wrote them? Jonathan Swift. Who laid the foundations of English Literature with the first modern prose, and was titled Poet Laureate of King Charles II? Milton.

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