By Joanne Shattock
This is often the traditional fundamental bibliography of English literature. The 3rd version, of which quantity four, 1800-1900, is the 1st to be released, provides a complete revision and updating of the 2 prior versions. It bargains authoritative person bibliographies, compiled via experts of foreign attractiveness, of writers in all genres--poetry, fiction, drama and the novel--together with sections compiled via experts on kid's literature, historic and shuttle writing, philosophy and technology, political financial system, the literature of activities, schooling, journalism, booklet construction and literary family members with the continent.
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