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Cambridge University Press, 2011/10/27 - 242 ページ
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Thomas Gray (1716-71) was one of the most influential poets of the eighteenth century, and is probably best remembered today for his Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard. In this biography of Gray, first published in the first 'English Men of Letters' series in 1882, poet and critic Edmund Gosse (1849-1928) delivers a sympathetic account of his subject, offering both a traditional chronological narrative of Gray's life, from his schooldays at Eton, through his travels abroad and his academic career at Cambridge (though he was appointed professor of modern history in 1768, failing health meant that he never delivered any lectures), and an analysis of his poetry. In the book's last chapter, Gosse laments the lack of recognition that Gray had received in England since his death: Dr Johnson is criticised especially for his writings on Gray - 'barren and meagre of fact to the last degree'.
 

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CHAPTER
1
CHAPTER II
23
STOKEPOGISDEATH or WESTFIRST ENGLISH POEMS
46
CHAPTER IV
68
CHAPTER V
93
CHAPTER VI
117
CHAPTER VII
141
CHAPTER IX
192
CHAPTER X
211
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