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The Resource The "good man" of the XVIIIth century : a monograph on XVIIIth century didactic literature, by Charles Whittuck

The "good man" of the XVIIIth century : a monograph on XVIIIth century didactic literature, by Charles Whittuck

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The "good man" of the XVIIIth century : a monograph on XVIIIth century didactic literature
Title
The "good man" of the XVIIIth century
Title remainder
a monograph on XVIIIth century didactic literature
Statement of responsibility
by Charles Whittuck
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1849-
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Whittuck, Charles Augustus
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Didactic literature, English
  • English literature
  • Didactic literature, French
  • Conduct of life in literature
  • Men in literature
  • Didactic literature
Label
The "good man" of the XVIIIth century : a monograph on XVIIIth century didactic literature, by Charles Whittuck
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Publication
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volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction: the place of "the good man" in XVIIIth century literature.--Eclectic virtue: the English essay (The Spectator, 1711-1714)--The "good man" human: the English novel (Fielding). "Parson Adams" in Joseph Andrews (1740)--Personal holiness: "A serious call to a devout and holy life," by William Law (1729)--Anti-cant: "Candide," by Voltaire (1759) "Rasselas," by Samuel Johnson (1759)--Pseudo-Orientalism: "Lettres persanes," by Montesquieu (1721) "Citizen of the world," by Oliver Goldsmith (1760)--"Enlightenment": "Profession de foi du Vicaire Savoyard" (part of "Émile") by J.J. Rousseau (1764) "Nathan der Weise," by G.E. Lessing (1779)
  • Introduction: the place of "the good man" in XVIIIth century literature.--Eclectic virtue: the English essay (The Spectator, 1711-1714)--The "good man" human: the English novel (Fielding). "Parson Adams" in Joseph Andrews (1740)--Personal holiness: "A serious call to a devout and holy life," by William Law (1729)--Anti-cant: "Candide," by Voltaire (1759) "Rasselas," by Samuel Johnson (1759)--Pseudo-Orientalism: "Lettres persanes," by Montesquieu (1721) "Citizen of the world," by Oliver Goldsmith (1760)--"Enlightenment": "Profession de foi du Vicaire Savoyard" (part of "Émile") by J. J. Rousseau (1764) "Nathan der Weise," by G. E. Lessing (1779)
Control code
4557088
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
viii, 274 pages
Lccn
03000458
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)1230925
Label
The "good man" of the XVIIIth century : a monograph on XVIIIth century didactic literature, by Charles Whittuck
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction: the place of "the good man" in XVIIIth century literature.--Eclectic virtue: the English essay (The Spectator, 1711-1714)--The "good man" human: the English novel (Fielding). "Parson Adams" in Joseph Andrews (1740)--Personal holiness: "A serious call to a devout and holy life," by William Law (1729)--Anti-cant: "Candide," by Voltaire (1759) "Rasselas," by Samuel Johnson (1759)--Pseudo-Orientalism: "Lettres persanes," by Montesquieu (1721) "Citizen of the world," by Oliver Goldsmith (1760)--"Enlightenment": "Profession de foi du Vicaire Savoyard" (part of "Émile") by J.J. Rousseau (1764) "Nathan der Weise," by G.E. Lessing (1779)
  • Introduction: the place of "the good man" in XVIIIth century literature.--Eclectic virtue: the English essay (The Spectator, 1711-1714)--The "good man" human: the English novel (Fielding). "Parson Adams" in Joseph Andrews (1740)--Personal holiness: "A serious call to a devout and holy life," by William Law (1729)--Anti-cant: "Candide," by Voltaire (1759) "Rasselas," by Samuel Johnson (1759)--Pseudo-Orientalism: "Lettres persanes," by Montesquieu (1721) "Citizen of the world," by Oliver Goldsmith (1760)--"Enlightenment": "Profession de foi du Vicaire Savoyard" (part of "Émile") by J. J. Rousseau (1764) "Nathan der Weise," by G. E. Lessing (1779)
Control code
4557088
Dimensions
20 cm
Extent
viii, 274 pages
Lccn
03000458
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)1230925

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