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    Attic & Elizabethan tragedy,

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    Author's PrefacePoems of Gerard Manley Hopkins now first published :

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    The authors :A poem

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    Bacon's nova resuscitatio; or, The unveiling of his concealed works and travels,

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    Bacon's nova resuscitatio; or, The unveiling of his concealed works and travels,

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    Bacon's nova resuscitatio; or, The unveiling of his concealed works and travels,

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    Bad English exposed: a series of criticisms on the errors and inconsistencies of Lindley Murray and other grammarians,

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    Ballades and rondeaus, chants royal, sestinas, villanelles, &c.,

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    Batavian anthology;or, Specimens of the Dutch poets; with remarks on the poetical literature and language of the Netherlands, to the end of the seventeenth century.

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    The Bearing of the Cursus on the Text of Dante's De Vulgari EloquentiaProceedings of the British Academy.

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    The beauties of modern literature, in verse and prose;to which is prefixed, a preliminary view of the literature of the age.

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    The beauties of poetry display'd.Containing observations on the different species of poetry, and the rules of English versification. ... In two volumes.

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    The beginnings of the English secular and romantic drama:a paper read before the Shakespeare Association on Friday, February 29, 1920.

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    Bell's standard elocutionist :principles and exercises, (chiefly from "Elocutionary manual") : followed by a copius selection of extracts in prose and poetry, classified and adapted for reading and recitation

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    Bellum grammaticaleor, the grammatical battel royal. In reflections on the three English grammars, publish'd in about a year last past. In a letter to the learned and ingenious whilom assistant to the learned Mr. Benjamin Morland of Hackney. With a postscript to Heterologus, usher to the learned Dr. Busby.

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    Bibliographical collections and notes (1474-1700)Third and final series. Second supplement.

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    Biographia literaria;or, Biographical sketches of my literary life and opinions,

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    Biographia literaria;or, Biographical sketches of my literary life and opinions,

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    Biographia literaria; or, Biographical sketches of my literary life and opinions,and two lay sermons,

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    Blank VerseThe spectator

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    Blank VerseThe Cornhill magazine.

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    Blank verse.

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    A book of English prosody,

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    A book of French prosody;with specimens of French verse from the twelfth century to the present day,

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    Book-song :an anthology of poems of books and bookmen from modern authors,

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    Books of the time of the restoration, being a collection of plays, poems and prose works produced between the years 1660 and 1700, by the contemporaries of John Dryden

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    The Borderline of ProseNew Statesman.

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    The bride;a play, in five acts.

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    The British bibliographer.

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    The British bibliographer.

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    The British bibliographer.

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    The British bibliographer.

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    British educationor, the source of the disorders of Great Britain. Being an essay towards proving, that the immorality, ignorance, and false taste, which so generally prevail, are the natural and necessary consequences of the present defective system of education. By Thomas Sheridan, A.M.

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    The British grammaror, an essay, in four parts, towards speaking and writing the English language grammatically, and inditing elegantly. For the use of the schools of Great Britain and Ireland, and of private young gentlemen and ladies.

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    By-ways round Helicon,a kind of anthology,

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    Byron as a ProsodistByron, the poet;

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    The canons of criticism,and glossary, being a supplement to Mr. Warburton's edition of Shakespear. Collected from the notes in that celebrated work, And proper to be bound up with it. By the other gentleman of Lincoln's-Inn.

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    The canterbury talesof Chaucer. To which are added, an essay upon his language and versification; an introductory discourse; and notes. In four volumes.

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    A carol and other rhymes

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    Changes in the English language,between the publication of Wiclif's Bible and that of the authorised version. A.D. 1400 to A.D. 1600.

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    Chapters in the history of English literature,from 1509 to the close of the Elizabethan period.

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    Chapters on alliterative verse

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    Chapters on English metre,

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    Characters of Shakespeare's plays :& Lectures on the English poets

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    The Chaucer tradition,

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    Chaucer's VirelaysThe Athenµum.

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    The child's friend :being an entirely new, and systematic arrangement of all the sounds, combinations of characters, and exceptions in the English language ...

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    The child's grammar :corresponding with parsing lessons and forming part of a series for teaching

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    Choir training based on voice production,

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    ChoriambicsPoems and ballads.

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