Tobias Smollett: The Critical Heritage

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Lionel Kelly
Psychology Press, 1995 - 380 Seiten
The Critical Heritage gathers together a large body of critical sources on major figures in literature. Each volume presents contemporary responses to a writer's work, enabling student and researcher to read the work themselves.

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Introduction
1
Note on the Text
23
1 Alexander Carlyle on Smollett
24
2 Tobias Smollett Preface to The Adventures of Roderick Random
27
3 Catherine Talbot letter
30
4 The Earl of Orrery on Roderick Random
31
5 An Oxford Scholar on Roderick Random
32
6 The Gentlemans Magazine
33
83 Unsigned notice of Humphry Clinker
203
84 Unsigned review of Humphry Clinker
204
85 Unsigned review of Humphry Clinker
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86 Unsigned review of Humphry Clinker
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87 John Gray on Humphry Clinker
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88 Unsigned review of Humphry Clinker
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89 Unsigned review of Humphry Clinker
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90 Obituary verses on Smollett
212

7 John Cleland review of The Regicide
34
8 Samuel Johnson in The Rambler
35
9 Samuel Richardson letter
39
10 Samuel Richardson letter
40
11 Francis Coventry from An Essay on the New Species of Writing
41
12 Unsigned review of Hills Lady Frail
42
13 Unsigned review of Peregrine Pickle
44
14 Unsigned review of Peregrine Pickle
49
15 Thomas Gray a letter to Horace Walpole on Peregrine Pickle
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16 Dr John Hill from A Parallel between the Characters of Lady Frail and the Lady of Quality in Pergrine Pickle
59
17 Anonymous verses on Lady Vane
64
18 Horace Walpole on Lady Vane
65
19 Dr John Hill on Lady Vane and Smollett
66
20 Matthew Maty review of Peregrine Pickle
67
21 Lady Henrietta Luxborough letters
68
22 Anonymous verses on Lady Vane
69
23 Elizabeth Montague on Peregrine Pickle
70
24 Henry Fielding in The CoventGarden Journal
71
25 Tobias Smollett Habbakkuk Hildings Faithful Narrative
72
or The DruryLane Journal
75
or the DruryLane Journal
76
a Paroditragicomical Satire
77
29 Henry Fielding on authorial propriety
78
30 Lady Mary Wortley Montagu letter
79
31 Mary Granville Delany letter
80
32 Smolletts Dedication to Ferdinand Count Fathom
81
33 Unsigned review of Ferdinand Count Fathom
83
34 Mary Granville Delany letters
86
35 A French booksellers view of Peregrine Pickle
87
36 Élie Catherine Fréron on a French translation of Peregrine Pickle
89
37 Lady Mary Wortley Montagu letter
93
38 Mrs Laetitia Pilkington on Roderick Random
94
39 Lady Mary Wortley Montagu letter
95
40 Unsigned review of Smolletts translation of Don Quixote
96
41 Gotthold Lessing on a German translation of Roderick Random
103
42 Anonymous Remarks on Roderick Random
104
43 Unsigned review of The Reprisal
107
44 Unsigned review of The Reprisal
108
45 Oliver Goldsmith on the Complete History
109
46 Dr John Shebbeare on Smollett
112
47 Owen Ruffhead review of Smolletts Complete History vol IV
114
48 Lady Mary Wortley Montagu letter
127
49 Dr James Grainger A Letter to Tobias Smollett
128
50 Joseph Reed A Sop in the Pan for a Physical Critick
129
51 Oliver Goldsmith on Smollett
144
52 Smolletts Apologue to Roderick Random
146
53 Oliver Goldsmith on Sir Launcelot Greaves
148
54 An anonymous ode in praise of Smollett
149
55 Anonymous pamphlet The Battle of the Reviews
152
56 Notice in The Imperial Magazine on Smollett as historian
158
57 Horace Walpole on Smolletts libel
159
58 Charles Churchill in The Apology
161
59 Unsigned notice of Sir Launcelot Greaves
163
60 Unsigned review of Sir Launcelot Greaves
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61 Unsigned notice of Sir Launcelot Greaves
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62 William Rider from Living Authors of Great Britain
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63 Richard Smith a letter to Tobias Smollett
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64 Tobias Smollett a letter to Richard Smith
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65 Charles Churchill in The Author
171
66 Giuseppe Baretti an Italians view of Smollett
173
67 John Berkenhout on Smolletts Travels
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68 Unsigned notice of Smolletts Travels
176
69 Unsigned review of Smolletts Travels
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70 Smollett compared with Marivaux
178
71 Mercurious Spur in The Race
179
72 Philip Thicknesse on the Travels
181
73 Madame Riccoboni on Smolletts Travels
183
74 Oliver Goldsmith on Smolletts Tears of Scotland
184
75 Laurence Sterne on Smelfungus
185
76 Unsigned notice of Adventures of an Atom
187
77 Unsigned review of Adventures of an Atom
188
78 Unsigned review of Adventures of an Atom
195
79 John Hawkesworth review of Adventures of an Atom
197
80 Notice of Adventures of an Atom
199
81 Unsigned review of Humphry Clinker
200
82 Unsigned review of Humphry Clinker
201
91 Unsigned review of Humphry Clinker
213
92 Richard Brinsley Sheridan on novels and romances
215
93 John Hall Stevensona pun on Smollett
216
94 A dispute about the ethical qualities of Smolletts novels
218
95 Ralph Griffiths review of Smolletts Ode to Independence
219
96 Andrew Henderson an attack on Smollett
220
97 A biographical and critical view
222
98 James Beattie on ludicrous compositions
227
99 James Beattie compares Sir Launcelot Greaves and Don Quixote
228
100 The Westminster Magazine on Smolletts originality
229
101 On Smolletts Ode to Independence
231
102 Unsigned review of Smolletts Plays and Poems
235
103 William Kenrick reviewing Plays and Poems
236
104 Mrs Anne Grant a letter on Scotch manners
238
105 Anonymous remarks on Smollett in Scotland
239
106 Thomas Davies on Garrick and Smollett
240
107 James Beattie on Smollett
243
108 The English Review in defence of Smollett
244
109 Samuel JPratt on Smollett
245
110 Clara Reeve on Smollett
246
111 Rev Vicesimus Knox on Smollett
247
112 Robert Burns on Smollett
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113 Robert Burns on Smollett
249
114 Two letters from William Cowper on Smolletts Don Quixote
250
115 Robert Burns on Smollett
251
116 Anonymous remarks on Smolletts art
253
117 William Creech on the pernicious effects of reading
254
118 Lord Woodhouselee on Smollett and Cervantes
256
119 Mrs Barbauld on Smolletts Gothicism in Ferdinand Count Fathom
257
120 Francis Garden on Smolletts genius
258
121 Jeremiah Whitaker Newman from The Lounger
260
122 James Lackington on Smolletts popularity
265
123 Isaac DIsraeli on Smollett as Petronius
266
124 Richard Cumberland on fast writing
267
125 Robert Anderson on Smollett
268
126 Dr John Moore on Smollett
272
127 A letter on familiar narrative
275
128 William Godwin on Smolletts style
277
129 Charles Lamb to Wordsworth
279
130 An American letter on Smollett
280
131 Hugh Murray on the morality of Smolletts fiction
282
132 Lord Woodhouselee on Smolletts humour
284
133 Lady Anne Hamilton on Smolletts prostitute pen
285
134 Smolletts naval novels
286
135 Mrs Barbauld on Smollett
292
136 Alexander Chalmers on Smollett
296
137 William Mudford on Smollett
300
138 The Port Folio on Smollett
320
139 Sir James Mackintosh on Smollett
324
140 Isaac Dlsraeli on Smollett
325
141 Smollett and Maria Edgeworth compared
327
142 Leigh Hunt on Smollett
328
143 Hazlitt on Smollett
330
144 Lockhart on Smollett
333
145 Smolletts Scottish humour
334
146 On history in Smolletts fiction
335
147 John Dunlop on Smollett
336
148 Hazlitt on Smollett
337
149 Thomas Carlyle on reading Smolletts novels
339
150 John Keats on Smollett
340
151 Maturin on Smollett
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152 Coleridge on Smollett
343
Smollett and natural terror
345
154 Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd on Smollett
346
155 Smollett and Defoe compared
347
156 Charles Lamb on Smollett
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157 Sir Walter Scott on Smollett
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158 Sir Walter Scott on the rules of narrative
360
159 Lockhart on the Scottish dialect
361
160 Charles Dickens on Smollett
363
Appendix 1 Quotations from Peregrine Pickle
365
Appendix 2 A Key to The Adventures of an Atom
366
Select Bibliography
371
Index
373
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