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Theodore Watts-Dunton Poet, Novelist, Critic

By James Douglas
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Table of Contents
  • THEODORE WATTS-DUNTON
  • p. viiSYNOPSIS
  • p. xiILLUSTRATIONS
  • p. xviNATURA BENIGNA
  • p. 1Introduction
  • p. 11Chapter I THE RENASCENCE OF WONDER
  • p. 26Chapter II COWSLIP COUNTRY
  • p. 40Chapter III THE CRITIC IN THE BUD
  • p. 50Chapter IV CHARACTERS IN THE MICROCOSM
  • p. 61Chapter V EARLY GLIMPSES OF THE GYPSIES
  • p. 65Chapter VI SPORT AND WORK
  • p. 72Chapter VII EAST ANGLIA
  • p. 87Chapter VIII LONDON
  • p. 95Chapter IX GEORGE BORROW
  • p. 117Chapter X THE ACTED DRAMA
  • p. 138Chapter X DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI
  • p. 170Chapter XII WILLIAM MORRIS
  • p. 183Chapter XIII THE ‘EXAMINER’
  • p. 190Chapter XIV THE ‘ATHENÆUM’
  • p. 228Chapter XV THE GREAT BOOK OF WONDER
  • p. 242Chapter XVI A HUMOURIST UPON HUMOUR
  • p. 262Chapter XVII ‘THE LIFE POETIC’
  • p. 295Chapter XVIII AMERICAN FRIENDS: LOWELL, BRET HARTE, AND OTHERS
  • p. 312Chapter XIX WALES
  • p. 321Chapter XX IMAGINATIVE AND DIDACTIC PROSE
  • p. 345Chapter XXI THE METHODS OF PROSE FICTION
  • p. 363Chapter XXII A STORY WITH TWO HEROINES
  • p. 372Chapter XXIII THE RENASCENCE OF WONDER IN RELIGION
  • p. 382Chapter XXIV THE RENASCENCE OF WONDER IN HUMOUR
  • p. 389Chapter XXV GORGIOS AND ROMANIES
  • p. 393Chapter XXVI ‘THE COMING OF LOVE’
  • p. 422Chapter XXVII “CHRISTMAS AT THE ‘MERMAID’”
  • p. 442Chapter XXVIII CONCLUSION
  • p. 459Index
  • FOOTNOTES
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