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Undergraduate study, Queen Mary, University of London
Ref No (click to see in context)JI/2/25
TitleIndexed notes - unsorted
Extent1 file
DescriptionA bundle of research notes on subjects such as terms of art, words, French words, aesthetics, zeitgeist, literary terms, critical terms 18th century, Classic and Romantic, Johnson, nostalgia, French Revolution, Milton, Donne, Shakespeare and Scott, Coleridge and criticism of poetry, musical criticism, pre-Romantic criticism, theatrical terms, theatrical, on speaking good English, forks, language, wit, jargon, poetry, 18th century, literary history, Shanghai [unknown], Burke, sale catalogues, Bodleian, read, articles, bibliography, Trinity College Dublin, 20th century, heroic, Renaissance, Nicholas Udall, Romatic poetry, Shelton, lyric, Blake, Southampton, melodrama, scamp of London, drama 20th century, Colonel Blimp, criticism, origins of theatre, Bible, ideal, Chapman, Gainsborough, travelling players, Don Quixote, Francis Davison, pageants, plays, Caxton, Queen Elizabeth, Medieval drama, Andra Ansaldo, Medieval stage production, Keats, Isaac Watts, Richardson, English literature, gothick, methods of study, taste, Spanish influence, Dryden, Defoe, Jews, caricature, B Picart, Blake portrait, Bacon, drawing, Spanish, theatrical, 20th century fiction, art criticism, Fuseli, Cockney pronounciation, 17th century fiction, Romantic satire, Sharaku, Callot, Barker of Bath, Pope, education, parody, taste 18th century, 19th century extracts, drama 19th century, art criticism, historiography, humanism, Bristol and [unknown], Bath, stage scenery, acting 18th century, Vanbrugh, Drayton, ANA, W Kandinsky, fiction, potato, Cowley refs, Restoration poetry, read, Inigo Jones, Herbert, poetry, R Hooke, Neo Classical, c1929-c1960.
Newspaper cuttings about:
'Readers' Queries' from the Sunday Times, 23 December 1945.
The King's relationship with the people entitled 'The King and the Nobodies', 5 Jan 1929.
Meaning of a phrase entitled 'A Criticism of Life, c1929-c1960.
A photograph of Rowland Leigh, Freddy Bartholomew and Hugh Walpole, c1935-c1960.
'Vampires', 29 September 1929.
Access StatusOpen
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/1557Johnson; Samuel (1709-1784); English Writer
DS/UK/183Milton; John (1608-1674); poet
DS/UK/569Donne; John (1572-1631); An English poet, and preacher.
DS/UK/516Shakespeare; William (1564-1616); Playwright.
DS/UK/187Scott; William Bell (1811-1890); poet, painter
DS/UK/310Coleridge; Samuel Taylor (1772-1834); English poet; Romantic; Literary critic and philosopher.
DS/UK/1558Burke; Edmund (1729-1797); PC; Irish Statesman, Author, Orator, Political Theorist, Philosopher
DS/UK/1543Udall; Nicholas (1504-1556); Dramatist, Scholarly Translator
DS/UK/157Blake; William (1757-1827); poet, painter
DS/UK/1559Gainsborough; Thomas (1727-1788); FRSA; English Portrait and Landscape Painter
DS/UK/1560Caxton; William (1415-1492); English Merchant, Diplomat, Writer, Printer
DS/UK/1561Davison; Francis (1575-1621); Poet
DS/UK/1562Elizabeth I (1533-1603); Queen of England and Ireland
DS/UK/90Keats; John (1795-1821); An English Romantic poet.
DS/UK/1563Watts; Isaac (1674-1748); English Hymnwriter, Theologian, Logician
DS/UK/556Dryden; John (1631-1700); An influential poet, literary critic, translator and playwright.
DS/UK/1550Defoe; Daniel (1660-1731); English Trader, Writer, Journalist, Pamphleteer, Spy
DS/UK/1564Picart; Bernard (1673-1733); French Engraver
DS/UK/567Bacon; Francis (1561-1626); An English philosopher, statesman, scientist, lawyer, jurist and author.
DS/UK/1565Fuseli; Henry (1741-1825); Swiss Painter, Draughtsman, Writer on Art
DS/UK/1566Sharaku; Toshusai (fl 1794-1795); Japanese Woodblock Printer
DS/UK/1523Callot; Jacques (1592-1635); Baroque Printmaker, Draftsman
DS/UK/1567Barker; Thomas (1769-1847); Landscape Painter
DS/UK/529Pope; Alexander (1688-1744); An eighteenth-century English poet.
DS/UK/1568Vanbrugh; Sir; John (1664-1726); English Architect, Dramatist
DS/UK/1569Kandinsky; Wassily Wassilyevich (1866-1944); Russian Painter, Art Theorist
DS/UK/1570Jones; Inigo (1573-1652); Architect
DS/UK/1571Hooke; Robert (1635-1703); FRS; English Natural Philosopher, Architect, Polymath
DS/UK/1572Leigh; Rowland (1903-1963); American Lyricist, Screenwriter, Librettist
DS/UK/1573Bartholomew; Frederick Cecil (1924-1992); English-American Child Actor
DS/UK/1574Walpole; Sir; Hugh Seymour (1884-1941); CBE; New Zealand-Born English Novelist
DS/UK/70Isaacs; Jacob (1896-1973); Professor; Academic and writer.