The seventeenth century; studies in the history of English thought and literature from Bacon to Pope,
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Table of Contents:
- Richard Foster Jones, by M. Nicolson.
- Essays, by R. F. Jones.
- A bibliography of the published writings of Richard Foster Jones.
- The invention of the ethical calculus, by L. I. Bredvold.
- The conversation of the Augustans, by H. Davis.
- Some aspects of medicine reflected in seventeenth-century literature with special reference to the Plague of 1665, by J. F. Fulton.
- John Foxe and the Puritan Revolution, by W. Haller.
- Pope on wit: The essay on criticism, by E. N. Hooker.
- Milton's treatment of Reformation history in The tenure of kings and magistrates, by M. Y. Hughes.
- Travel as education, by G. B. Parks.
- Milton and the attempted Whig revolution, by G. F. Sensabaugh.
- Pope and The great shrew of nature, by G. Sherburn.
- Addison's contribution to criticism, by C. D. Thorpe.
- A note on Dryden's criticism, by E. M. Tillyard.
- Philosophy and romance in Shakespeare's problem comedies, by V. K. Whitaker.
- John Donne and the psychology of spiritual effort, by H. C. White.
- The touch of cold philosophy, by B. Willey.