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Ronald Press Company- English literature. Bhargav Vaishnav rated it liked it Oct 03, Visit our Help Pages. Certified BuyerSrinagar. Open Preview See a Problem? Sorry, this was once a ‘bible’ amongst students, I am talking really ancient scholastic history here; however, this is more of a reference text than a ‘critical guide’. Eng,ish 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. It is more of a critical analysis of the history of English literature and not like Raghukul Tilak.
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Rigya Singh Certified Buyer 18 Oct, In the progression of centuries and their trends, and writers with their particular sources and influences as well as considerable illustrations from the works of those discussed he has achieved a spacious perspective of literature through the eyes of one man. Product details B Publisher: Professor Daiches was the University Lecturer in English at Cambridge University and englisy work represents some thirty years of study and reading, interpretation and illumination.
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