104 British Prose Writers 1660-1800

William B. Thesing
Cengage Gale, 1991
Annotation In the now famous DLB format, and featuring the always fascinating array of illustrative materials (title pages and dust jackets as well as the more familiar drawings and paintings), volume 104 profiles the writers who created some of the richest literary and intellectual prose in British history. Among the 24 writers selected from the time period described by editor Siebert as "a cultural apex, " are economist Adam Smith, philosopher David Hume, historian Edward Gibbon, and of course the giant whose name often characterizes the age, Samuel Johnson. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Incorporated, Portland, OR.

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