A Critical History of English Literature, Volume 2: The Restoration to the Present Day by David DaichesProfessor David Daiches Critical History gives the reader a fascinating insight into over twelve centuries of great writing. With enormous intelligence and enthusiasm, he guides the reader through this vastly complex and rich tradition, finely balancing historical background with highly informed criticism. Daiches groundbreaking work is essential reading for all lovers of literature.
A Critical History of English Literature Volume 2 by Daiches David
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A Critical History Of English Literature Volume II , written by David Daiches, is a work of non-fiction that takes a look at some of the eras in English literature, from the restoration to the present day scenario. The second volume in a two-volume set, this book covers chapters 15 to Daiches provides a historical as well a critical perspective on these rich literary traditions. This volume, along with the first, was published in David Daiches was a Scottish scholar, author, and literary critic. His writing often focused on Scottish culture and literature, and English literature.
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