Essays on the eighteenth century, presented to David Nichol Smith in honour of his seventieth birthday.
- Oxford, At the Clarendon Press, 1945.
vi, 288 p. front. (port.) 23 cm.
- Smith, David Nichol, 1875-1962.
English literature -- 18th century -- History and criticism.
- Addison, by C.S. Lewis.
The conciseness of Swift, by Herbert Davis.
Deane Swift, Hawkesworth, and The journal to Stella, by Harold Williams.
Pope at work, by George Sherburn.
The inspiration of Pope's poetry, by John Butt.
'Where once stood their plain homely dwelling', by Collins Baker.
Some aspects of eighteenth-century prose, by James Sutherland.
Note on the composition of Gray's Elegy, by H.W. Garrod.
John Langhorne, by Hugh Macdonald.
Notes on some lesser poets of the eighteenth century, by W.L. Renwick.
The formal parts of Johnson's letters, by R.W. Chapman.
Mrs. Piozzi's letters, by James L. Clifford.
The power of memory in Boswell and Scott, by F.A. Pottle.
Robert Burns, by R. Dewar.
Fanny Burney's novels, by Lord David Cecil.
Elegant extracts, by Edmund Blunden.
'The old Cumberland beggar' and the Wordsworthian unities, by H.V.D. Dyson.
Matthew Arnold and eighteenth-century poetry, by Geoffrey Tillotson.
A list of the writings of David Nichol Smith, 1896-1945, compiled by F.P. Wilson (p. 274-283).
- Index of names: p. -288.
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