New light on Dr. Johnson; essays on the occasion of his 250th birthday, edited by Frederick W. Hilles.
- [Hamden, Conn.] Archon Books, 1967 [c1959]
- Physical Description:
- xii, 348 p. facsims., port. 22 cm.
- Reference LibraryPR3534 H55 1967 (LC)Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Articles & Chapters
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Subject Terms:
- Hilles, Frederick Whiley, 1900- -- Provenance (BAC,REF)Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784.
- The young waterman, by W.S. Lewis.--Johnson's poems, by D.N. Smith.--Johnson's practice in the poetical imitation, by J. Butt.--Johnson and Juvenal, by M. Lascelles.--Johnson at Drury Lane, by R.F.Metzdorf.--Johnson's Dictionary, by W.K. Wimsatt.--Johnson'sDissertation on flying, by G.J. Kolb.--Dr. Franklin meets Dr. Johnson, byM.J. Quinlan.--A biographer looks at Dr. Johnson, by J.L. Clifford.--Dr. Johnson's second wife, by D. and M. Hyde.--The dark hints of SirJohn Hawkins and Boswell , by F.A. Pottle.--Dr. Johnson as bibliographer andbook collector, by E.L. McAdam.--Dr. Johnson's spectacles, by M.H.Abrams.--Personificatio n reconsidered, by B.H. Bronson.--We fell upon Sir Eldred, by H.W. Lieb ert.--Johnson and intellectual history, by W.R.Keast.--The making of The life of Pope, by F.W. Hilles.--Johnson in parody,by S.C. Roberts.-- Dr. Johnson and the contrary converts, by J.M. Osborn.--Dr. Johnson and the young Burneys, by J. Hemlow.