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The Longman Anthology of British Literature, Volume 1C: The Restoration and the Eighteenth Century,9780321067647

The Longman Anthology of British Literature, Volume 1C: The Restoration and the Eighteenth Century

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Summary

Volume 1C (The Eighteenth Century) of 6-volume splits of parent volumes.

Table of Contents

Preface xv
Acknowledgments xxi
Political and Religious Orders xxv
The Restoration and the Eighteenth Century 1978(909)
Samuel Pepys
2003(27)
The Diary
2004(26)
[First Entries]
2004(2)
[The Coronation of Charles II]
2006(2)
[The Plague Year]
2008(6)
[The Fire of London]
2014(4)
Companion Reading John Evelyn: from Kalendarium
2018(2)
[The Royal Society]
2020(4)
[Theater and Music]
2024(1)
[Elizabeth Pepys and Deborah Willett]
2025(5)
Mary Carleton
2030(9)
from The Case of Madam Mary Carleton
2030(9)
Perspectives: The Royal Society and the New Science
2039(19)
Thomas Sprat
2041(3)
from The History of the Royal Society of London
2042(2)
Philosophical Transactions
2044(3)
from Philosophical Transactions
2044(3)
Robert Hooke
2047(7)
from Micrographia
2048(6)
John Aubrey
2054(4)
from Brief Lives
2055(3)
Margaret Cavendish, Dutchess of Newcastle
2058(16)
Poems and Fancies
2059(1)
The Poetress's Hasty Resolution
2059(1)
The Poetress's Petition
2060(1)
An Apology for Writing So Much upon This Book
2060(1)
The Hunting of the Hare
2060(3)
from A True Relation of My Birth, Breeding, and Life
2063(5)
Observations upon Experimental Philosophy
2068(2)
Of Micrography, and of Magnifying and Multiplying Glasses
2068(2)
The Description of a New Blazing World
2070(4)
from To the Reader
2070(1)
[Creating Worlds]
2071(1)
[Empress, Duchess, Duke]
2072(1)
Epilogue
2073(1)
John Dryden
2074(55)
Absalom and Achitophel: A Poem
2076(27)
Companion Reading Charles II: His Majesty's Declaration
2101(2)
Mac Flecknoe
2103(6)
To the Memory of Mr. Oldham
2109(1)
To the Pious Memory of the Accomplished Young Lady Mrs. Anne Killigrew
2109(5)
Alexander's Feast
2114(5)
Fables Ancient and Modern
2119(10)
from the Preface
2119(8)
from The Cock and the Fox
2127(2)
Aphra Behn
2129(64)
The Disappointment
2130(3)
To Lysander, On Some Verses He Writ
2133(2)
To Lysander at the Music-Meeting
2135(1)
A Letter to Mr. Creech at Oxford
2136(2)
To the Fair Clarinda, Who Made Love to Me, Imagined More than Woman
2138(12)
Aphra Behn in Context: Coterie Writing
2139(1)
Mary Lady Chudleigh To the Ladies
2139(1)
To Almystrea
2140(1)
Anne Finch Countess of Winchilsea The Introduction
2141(2)
Friendship Between Ephelia and Ardelia
2143(1)
A Ballad to Mrs. Catherine Fleming in London
2143(2)
Mary Leapor The Headache. To Aurelia
2145(2)
Advice to Sophronia
2147(1)
An Essay on Woman
2147(2)
The Epistle of Deborah Dough
2149(1)
Oroonoko
2150(43)
John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester
2193(11)
Against Constancy
2194(1)
The Disabled Debauchee
2195(1)
Song (``Love a woman? You're an ass!'')
2196(1)
The Imperfect Enjoyment
2196(2)
Upon Nothing
2198(1)
A Satyr Against Reason and Mankind
2199(5)
George Etherege
2204(76)
The Man of Mode; or, Sir Fopling Flutter
2205(75)
The Man of Mode in Context: The Collier Controversy
2270(1)
from A Short View of the Immorality and Profaneness of the English Stage
2271(2)
Jeremy Collier
The Spectator, No. 65
2273(2)
Richard Steele
from A Defense of ``Sir Fopling Flutter''
2275(5)
John Dennis
Mary Astell
2280(9)
from Some Reflections upon Marriage
2280(9)
Daniel Defoe
2289(22)
A True Relation of the Apparition of One Mrs. Veal
2291(13)
A True Relation in Context: Parallel Accounts
2297(1)
Letter to her Aunt
2298(1)
L. Lukyn
Letter to John Flamsteed
2299(4)
Stephen Gray
An Interview with Mrs. Bargrave
2303(1)
A Journal of the Plague Year
2304(7)
[At the Burial Pit]
2304(4)
[Encounter with a Waterman]
2308(3)
Perspectives: Reading Papers
2311(51)
News and Comment
2312(8)
from Mercurius Publicus [Anniversary of the Regicide]
2312(1)
from The London Gazette [The Fire of London]
2313(1)
from Daily Courant No. 1 [Editorial Policy]
2314(1)
from A Review of the State of the British Nation, Vol. 4, No. 21 [The New Union]
2315(2)
Daniel Defoe
from The Craftsman No. 307 [Vampires in Britain]
2317(3)
Periodical Personae
2320(12)
from Tatler No. 1 [Introducing Mr. Bickerstaff]
2321(3)
Richard Steele
from Spectator No. 1 [Introducing Mr. Spectator]
2324(2)
Joseph Addison
from Female Spectator No. 1 [The Author's Intent]
2326(2)
from Tatler No. 18 [The News Writers in Danger]
2328(1)
Richard Steele
from Tatler No. 155 [The Political Upholsterer]
2328(2)
Joseph Addison
from Spectator No. 10 [The Spectator and Its Readers]
2330(2)
Joseph Addison
Getting, Spending, Speculating
2332(9)
Spectator No. 69 [Royal Exchange]
2334(3)
Joseph Addison
Spectator No. 11 [Inkle and Yarico]
2337(3)
Richard Steele
from A Review of the State of the British Nation, Vol. 1, No. 43 [Weak Foundations]
2340(1)
Daniel Defoe
Advertisements from the Spectator
2341(1)
A Bubbler's Medley
2341(6)
from Historical Register for the Year 1720
2343(1)
A Song on the South Sea
2344(1)
Anne Finch
The Hubble Bubbles
2344(1)
Thomas D'Urfey
from The Weekly Journal
2345(1)
Thomas Read
from The Craftsman No. 47 [Usbeck to Rica at Ispahan]
2346(1)
Nicholas Amhurst
Women and Men, Manners and Marriage
2347(15)
from Tatler No. 25 [Duellists]
2347(2)
Richard Steele
from A Review of the State of the British Nation, Vol. 9, No. 34 [A Duellist's Conscience]
2349(2)
Daniel Defoe
from The Athenian Mercury
2351(3)
from Tatler No. 104 [Jenny Distaff Newly Married]
2354(1)
Richard Steele
Spectator No. 128 [Variety of Temper]
2355(2)
Joseph Addison
from The Female Spectator, Vol. 1, No. 1 [Seomanthe's Elopement]
2357(3)
Eliza Haywood
from The Female Spectator, Vol. 2, No. 10 [Women's Education]
2360(2)
Eliza Haywood
Jonathan Swift
2362(97)
A Description of the Morning
2364(1)
A Description of a City Shower
2365(2)
Stella's Birthday, 1719
2367(1)
Stella's Birthday, 1727
2368(2)
The Lady's Dressing Room
2370(4)
Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift, D.S.P.D.
2374(13)
Journal to Stella
2387(4)
Letter 10
2387(4)
Gulliver's Travels
2391(60)
Part 3. A Voyage to Laputa
2392(1)
Chapter 5
2392(5)
Chapter 10
2397(5)
Part 4. A Voyage to the Country of the Houyhnhnms
2402(45)
Companion Readings
Letters on Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift to Alexander Pope
2447(1)
Alexander Pope to Jonathan Swift
2448(1)
John Gay to Jonathan Swift
2448(2)
Jonathan Swift to Alexander Pope
2450(1)
``The Prince of Lilliput'' to Stella
2450(1)
A Modest Proposal
2451(8)
Companion Reading from Political Arithmetic
2457(2)
William Petty
Alexander Pope
2459(98)
An Essay on Criticism
2461(17)
Windsor-Forest
2478(11)
The Rape of the Lock
2489(20)
The Iliad
2509(3)
from Preface [On Translation]
2509(2)
from Book 12 [Sarpedon's Speech]
2511(1)
Eloisa to Abelard
2512(8)
Epistle 4. To Richard Boyle, Earl of Burlington
2520(6)
An Essay on Man
2526(9)
Epistle 1
2526(1)
To the Reader
2526(1)
The Design
2527(1)
Argument
2528(7)
An Epistle from Mr. Pope, to Dr. Arbuthnot
2535(11)
The Dunciad
2546(11)
Book the Fourth
2546(1)
[The Goddess Coming in Her Majesty]
2547(1)
[The Geniuses of the Schools]
2548(1)
[Young Gentlemen Returned from Travel]
2549(1)
[The Minute Philosophers and the Consummation of All]
2550(7)
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu
2557(14)
The Turkish Embassy Letters
2558(5)
To Lady---[On the Turkish Baths]
2558(2)
To Lady Mar [On Turkish Dress]
2560(3)
Letter to Lady Bute [On Her Granddaughter]
2563(2)
Epistle from Mrs. Yonge to her Husband
2565(2)
The Lover: A Ballad
2567(1)
The Reasons That Induced Dr. S. to write a Poem called The Lady's Dressing Room
2568(3)
John Gay
2571(45)
The Beggar's Opera
2573(43)
William Hogarth
2616(10)
A Rake's Progress
2618(8)
Perspectives: Mind and God
2626(31)
Isaac Newton
2627(3)
from Letter to Richard Bentley
2628(2)
John Locke
2630(5)
from An Essay Concerning Human Understanding
2631(4)
Isaac Watts
2635(5)
A Prospect of Heaven Makes Death Easy
2635(1)
The Hurry of the Spirits, in a Fever and Nervous Disorders
2636(1)
Against Idleness and Mischief
2637(1)
Man Frail, and God Eternal
2638(1)
Miracles Attending Israel's Journey
2639(1)
Joseph Addison
2640(1)
Spectator No. 465
2640(1)
George Berkeley
2641(3)
from Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous
2642(2)
David Hume
2644(6)
from A Treatise of Human Nature
2644(3)
from An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding
2647(3)
Christopher Smart
2650(3)
from Jubilate Agno
2650(3)
William Cowper
2653(4)
Light Shining out of Darkness
2654(1)
from The Task
2654(1)
The Cast-away
2655(2)
James Thomson
2657(20)
Winter. A Poem
2658(4)
[Autumn Evening and Night]
2658(3)
[Winter Night]
2661(1)
The Seasons
2662(4)
from Autumn
2662(4)
Rule, Britannia
2666(11)
The Seasons in Context: Poems of Nightfall and Night
2667(1)
A Nocturnal Reverie
2668(1)
Anne Finch
from The Complaint
2669(2)
Edward Young
Ode to Evening
2671(2)
William Collins
Ode Occasioned by the Death of Mr. Thomson
2673(1)
from The Task
2674(3)
William Cowper
Thomas Gray
2677(12)
Letters To Horace Walpole, 16 April 1734
2678(1)
To Richard West, December 1736
2679(1)
To Horace Walpole, 12 June 1750
2680(1)
To Horace Walpole, 11 February 1751
2680(1)
To Horace Walpole, 20 February 1751
2681(1)
Sonnet on the Death of Mr. Richard West
2682(1)
Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College
2682(2)
Ode on the Death of a Favorite Cat, Drowned in a Tub of Gold Fishes
2684(1)
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
2685(4)
Samuel Johnson
2689(76)
The Vanity of Human Wishes
2692(8)
A Short Song of Congratulation
2700(1)
On the Death of Dr. Robert Levet
2701(1)
The Rambler
No. 4 [On Fiction]
2702(3)
No. 5 [On Spring]
2705(3)
No. 60 [On Biography]
2708(3)
No. 170 [On Misella, a Prostitute]
2711(2)
No. 171 [Misella Continues]
2713(3)
No. 207 [Beginnings, Middles, and Ends]
2716(3)
from A Review of Soame Jenyns' A Free Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Evil
2719(5)
The Idler
No. 31 [On Idleness]
2724(1)
No. 32 [On Sleep]
2725(2)
No. 84 [On Autobiography]
2727(2)
No. 97 [On Travel Writing]
2729(1)
A Dictionary of the English Language
2730(14)
from Preface
2731(6)
[Some Entries]
2737(7)
Rasselas
2744(9)
[The History of Imlac]
2745(8)
The Plays of William Shakespeare
2753(12)
from Preface
2754(8)
[Selected Notes on Othello]
2762(3)
Travel Writing
2765(31)
Letter to Hester Thrale (21 September 1773)
2765(5)
A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland
2770(8)
Anoch
2770(3)
Glensheals
2773(1)
The Highlands
2774(3)
Glenelg
2777(1)
from Skye. Armidel
2778(1)
Lives of the Poets
2778(10)
from The Life of Milton
2779(2)
from The Life of Pope
2781(7)
from Annals [Infancy and Childhood]
2788(4)
Letters
To Lord Chesterfield (7 February 1755)
2792(1)
To Hester Thrale (19 June 1783)
2793(2)
To Hester Thrale Piozzi (2 July 1784)
2795(1)
To Hester Thrale Piozzi (8 July 1784)
2795(1)
James Boswell
2796(33)
London Journal
2797(8)
[A Scot in London]
2797(3)
[Louisa]
2800(5)
[First Meeting with Johnson]
2805(1)
An Account of My Last Interview with David Hume, Esq.
2805(4)
from A Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Dr. Samuel Johnson
2809(4)
The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.
2813(16)
[Introduction; Boswell's Method]
2813(2)
[Conversations about Hume]
2815(2)
[Dinner with Wilkes]
2817(6)
[Conversations at Streatham and the Club]
2823(6)
Hester Salusbury Thrale Piozzi
2829(14)
The Family Book
2830(5)
[On Her Daughter's Progress]
2830(1)
[On the Death of Her Son]
2831(3)
[On Her Marriage and Household]
2834(1)
Thraliana
2835(8)
[First Entries]
2835(3)
[The Death of Henry Thrale; Marriage to Gabriel Piozzi]
2838(4)
[The Death of Johnson]
2842(1)
Oliver Goldsmith
2843(14)
The Deserted Village
2844(13)
Companion Readings
from The Village
2854(2)
George Crabbe
from The Parish Register
2856(1)
George Crabbe
Perspectives: Landscape, Pleasure, Power
2857(30)
Sir John Denham
2858(9)
Cooper's Hill
2859(8)
Joseph Addison
2867(5)
from Spectator No. 412 [The Great, the Uncommon, the Beautiful]
2867(2)
Spectator No. 414 [Nature, Art, Gardens]
2869(3)
Alexander Pope
2872(2)
Letter to Edward Blount [Grotto and Garden]
2872(2)
Horace Walpole
2874(1)
Letter to Sir Horace Mann [The Garden at Strawberry Hill]
2874(1)
Edmund Burke
2875(7)
from A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and the Beautiful
2875(7)
Thomas Gray
2882(1)
from A Journal-Letter to Thomas Wharton [The Sublime and the Beautiful in the Lake District]
2882(1)
William Gilpin
2883(4)
from On Picturesque Travel
2884(3)
Money, Weights, and Measures 2887(2)
Glossary of Literary and Cultural Terms 2889(24)
Bibliography 2913(12)
Credits 2925(2)
Index 2927


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