British Writers, Volume 1-8, is a collection of critical essays covering writers who have made significant contributions to British, Irish, and Commonwealth literature from the 14th century to the present day. The contributors analyze many individual works and engage the reader with their distinctive themes and stylistic. Introductory essays and chronological tables open each volume and provide historical background.
VOLUME IV: WILLIAM WORDSWORTH to ROBERT BROWNING
List of Subjects in Volume IV:
WILLIAM WORDSWORTH / J. R. Watson SIR WALTER SCOTT / Ian Jack SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE / R. L. Brett ROBERT SOUTHEY / Geoffrey Carnall CHARLES LAMB / Edmund Blunden WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR / G. Rostrevor Hamilton JANE AUSTEN / Brian Southam WILLIAM HAZLITT / R. L. Brett THOMAS DE QUINCEY / Hugh Sykes Davies THOMAS LOVE PEACOCK / J. I. M. Stewart GEORGE GORDON, LORD BYRON / Malcolm Kelsall PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY / G. M. Matthews JOHN KEATS / Miriam Allott THOMAS CARLYLE / Ian Campbell THOMAS HOOD / Laurence Brander THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY / Kenneth Young BENJAMIN DISRAELI / Paul Bloomfield ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING / Alethea Hayter ALFRED TENNYSON / Brian Southam EDWARD FITZGERALD / Joanna Richardson ROBERT BROWNING / Philip Drew