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by Howard Erskine-Hill

Author: Howard Erskine-Hill
Language: English
Publisher: Yale University Press (1975)
Pages: 344 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
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Erskine-Hill's political views were originally left-wing but he moved to the right whilst at Cambridge and towards the end of.The Social Milieu of Alexander Pope: Lives, Example, and the Poetic Response (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1975).

Erskine-Hill's political views were originally left-wing but he moved to the right whilst at Cambridge and towards the end of his life his Euroscepticism caused him to support the UK Independence Party Abandoning the atheism of his student days, he became a member of the Church of England. The Augustan Idea in English Literature (London: Hodder Arnold, 1983). Swift: Gulliver's Travels (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993).

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Howard Erskine-Hill, Professor of Literary History at Cambridge University and Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge .

Howard Erskine-Hill, Professor of Literary History at Cambridge University and Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge; he specialised in eighteenth-century English literature with particular interest in Alexander Pope. His major publications include The Social Milieu of Alexander Pope (1975); The Augustan Idea in English Literature (1983); Poetry and the Realm of Politics (1996); and Poetry of Opposition and Revolution (1996).

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These essays range over the fields of Erskine-Hill's own scholarship, from Shakespeare and early modern literature to Wordsworth, evincing in their own procedures and discriminations the influence of.Pope and the Veil of Faith. 205. renownd in Rhyme. 230. The Sleep of the Dunces.

These essays range over the fields of Erskine-Hill's own scholarship, from Shakespeare and early modern literature to Wordsworth, evincing in their own procedures and discriminations the influence of his own example: scrupulous care over the handling of evidence, an interdisciplinary impulse yoked always to a prizing of the literary (particularly the poetic), a willingness to embrace an ambitious argument where it can be supported, a humaneness of temper, particularly in polemic.