The Second Common Reader
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1986 - 330 páginas
Here, in twenty-six essays, Woolf writes of English literature in its various forms, including the poetry of Don≠ the novels of Defoe, Sterne, Meredith, and Hardy; Lord Chesterfield’s letters and De Quincey’s autobiography. She writes, too, about the life and art of women. Edited and with an Introduction by Andrew McNeillie; Index.
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Donne After Three Centuries
The Countess of Pembrokes Arcadia
Dorothy Osbornes Letters
The Sentimental Journey
Dr Burneys Evening Party
Geraldine and Jane
I am Christina Rossetti
How Should One Read a Book?
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