Teaching Eighteenth-century Poetry
Aside from the fact that the various periods of English literature were devised at a time - the 19th century - most hostile to 18th-century poetry, this poetry also has suffered, on occasion, from the way it is taught, particularly in undergraduate survey courses. This volume addresses this problem by providing a handbook on the subject, not conceived as a generalized and anecdotal survey of teaching, but one which approaches specific problems and specific poems.
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The Examples of Watts
Teaching EighteenthCentury Satire
Teaching and Parody in EighteenthCentury Poetry
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