Lectures on English Literature from Chaucer to Tennyson

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Lectures on English Literature from Chaucer to Tennyson

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"Did you ever happen to come across Professor Reed of Philadelphia. I think he was drowned in returning to America along with his sister-in-law. We have been reading his lectures upon ""Shakspere,"" [sic] and upon ""English Literature"" and are all quite enchanted with them. I think his criticism of Shakspere [sic] is sometimes almost equal to Shakspere [sic] himself. I think Reed must have been a delightful person to have known. Since we have come across it, we have been hearing of it from all quarters. I suppose it must only have made its appearance in this country lately. I think that wherever he is read he must make a sensation as of the great lights of the world."

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Accessed on 2020/02/27 05:21:34

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Ireland
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De Quincey, Emily
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De Quincey at Work
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Ireland
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Lectures on English Literature from Chaucer to Tennyson

Reading experience
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ukred-20356

Evidence

"Did you ever happen to come across Professor Reed of Philadelphia. I think he was drowned in returning to America along with his sister-in-law. We have been reading his lectures upon ""Shakspere,"" [sic] and upon ""English Literature"" and are all quite enchanted with them. I think his criticism of Shakspere [sic] is sometimes almost equal to Shakspere [sic] himself. I think Reed must have been a delightful person to have known. Since we have come across it, we have been hearing of it from all quarters. I suppose it must only have made its appearance in this country lately. I think that wherever he is read he must make a sensation as of the great lights of the world."

Source

De Quincey at Work

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Reader(s) and listener(s)

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Born in 2016

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Ireland
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EuRED : intensity
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EuRED : lighting
EuRED : testimony
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Notes


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De Quincey at Work
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/76903
Accessed on 2020/02/27 05:21:34

Related place
Ireland
Related people
De Quincey, Emily
Related text or manuscript
De Quincey at Work
Related place
Ireland
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Reed must have been a delightful person to have known. Since we have come across it, we 
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