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Undergraduate study, Queen Mary, University of London
Ref No (click to see in context)HJ/3
TitleOther Subject Lecture Notes
LevelSeries
Datec.1945-1986
Extent3.5 boxes
DescriptionThis series contains lectures that Harold Jenkins delivered on various subjects, c.1945-1986.

Subjects include 17th and 18th century literature, as well as specific individuals such as Bunyan, Milton and Dryden.

The lectures were delivered in various places including University of Edinburgh, Westfield College and the National Portrait Gallery. Some files include lists of places and dates that the lecture was delivered.
ArrangementThis series is arranged into chronological order.
Access StatusOpen
Persons
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/529Pope; Alexander (1688-1744); An eighteenth-century English poet.
DS/UK/530Gay; John (1685-1732); An English poet and dramatist.
DS/UK/531Thomson; James (1700-1748); A Scottish poet and playwright.
DS/UK/532Young; Arthur (1741-1820); An English writer on agriculture, economics and social statistics.
DS/UK/533Collins; William (1721-1759); An English poet.
DS/UK/534Burns; Robert (1759-1796); A Scottish poet and lyricist.
DS/UK/535Cowper; William (1731-1800); An English poet and hymnodist.
DS/UK/30Westfield College; 1882-1989; Higher Education Institution
DS/UK/536Lyly; John (c.1553-1606); An English writer.
DS/UK/537Marlowe; Christopher (1564-1593); An English dramatist, poet and translator.
DS/UK/538Dekker; Thomas (1572-1632); An English Elizabethan dramatist and pamphleteer.
DS/UK/539Jonson; Ben (1572-1637); An English Renaissance dramatist, poet and actor.
DS/UK/540Marston; John (1576-1634); An English poet, playwright and satirist.
DS/UK/541Chapman; George (1559-1634); An English dramatist, translator and poet.
DS/UK/542Tourneur; Cyril (1575-1626); An English dramatist.
DS/UK/543Webster; John (1580-1634); An English Jacobean dramatist.
DS/UK/544Middleton; Thomas (1580-1627); An English Jacobean playwright and poet.
DS/UK/545Massinger; Philip (1583-1640); An English dramatist.
DS/UK/546Ford; John (1586-1640); An English Jacobean playwright.
DS/UK/547Greene; Robert (1558-1592); An English author.
DS/UK/548Kyd; Thomas (1558-1594); An English dramatist.
DS/UK/550Marvell; Andrew (1621-1678); An English metaphysical poet, and Parliamentarian.
DS/UK/551Gray; Thomas (1716-1771); Professor.; Poet and academic.
DS/UK/552Leavis; Frank Raymond (1895-1978); An influential British literary critic.
DS/UK/553National Portrait Gallery; 1856-; Art Gallery.
DS/UK/554Benlowes; Edward (1603-1676); An English poet.
DS/UK/555Bunyan; John (1628-1688); An English Christian writer and preacher.
DS/UK/556Dryden; John (1631-1700); An influential poet, literary critic, translator and playwright.
DS/UK/557Etherege; George (c.1635-1692); An English dramatist.
DS/UK/558Wycherley; William (1640-1715); An English dramatist of the Restoration period.
DS/UK/559Otway; Thomas (1652-1685); An English dramatist of the Restoration period.
DS/UK/560Oldcastle; John (-1417); English Lollard leader.
DS/UK/561Chettle; Henry (1564-1607); An English dramatist and miscellaneous writer of the Elizabethan era.
DS/UK/562Greene; Graham (1904-1991); An English author, playwright and literary critic.
DS/UK/563Eliot; Thomas Stearns (1888-1965); An American-born poet, playwright, and literary critic.
DS/UK/564University of the West Indies; 1948-; Higher Education Institution
DS/UK/226University College of London (UCL); Slade School of Fine Art; 1871-; Higher Education Institution
DS/UK/565University of Durham; 1832-; Higher Education Institution
DS/UK/566Shenstone; William (1714-1763); An English poet and one of the first practitioners of landscape gardening.
DS/UK/509University of Edinburgh; 1582-; Higher Education Institution
DS/UK/567Bacon; Francis (1561-1626); An English philosopher, statesman, scientist, lawyer, jurist and author.
DS/UK/568Burton; Robert (1577-1640); An English scholar and vicar at Oxford University.
DS/UK/569Donne; John (1572-1631); An English poet, and preacher.
DS/UK/570Browne; Thomas (1605-1682); An English author.
DS/UK/571Vaughan; William (1575-1641); A Welsh writer and colonial investor.
DS/UK/572Crashaw; Richard (1613-1649); An English poet.
DS/UK/573Herrick; Robert (1591-1674); An English poet.
DS/UK/574Herbert; George (1593-1633); A Welsh poet, orator and Anglican priest.
DS/UK/575Hogarth; William David (c.1903-1967); Secretary of the Athlone Press 1949-1967.
DS/UK/576University of London; Birkbeck, University of London; 1823-; Higher Education Institution
DS/UK/577Congreve; William (1670-1729); An English playwright and poet.
DS/UK/579Smollett; Tobias (1721-1771); A Scottish poet and author.
DS/UK/504MacLachlan (fl.1969); Bookseller
DS/UK/513University of Oslo; 1811-; Higher Education Institution
DS/UK/582Iona College; 1940-; Higher Education Institution.
DS/UK/581Hulme; Hilda M (fl.1914-1983); Shakespeare scholar.
DS/UK/92Jenkins; Harold (1909-2000); literary scholar and lecturer
Places
CodePlace Entry
NA286Finchingfield/Essex/England/United Kingdom/Europe