The lives and works of the uneducated poets, ed. by J.S. Childers.

Author
Southey, Robert, 1774-1843 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London, H. Milford, 1925.
Description
xv,214 p. 18 cm.

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Notes
"Originally published as an introductory essay to "Attempts in verse by John Jones, an old servant. London, 1831."
Contents
Editor's introduction.-The uneducated poets: John Jones. Taylor the Water poet. Stephen Duck. James Woodhouse. John Bennet. Ann Yearsley. John Frederick Bryant. Poetry and criticism. Conclusion.-John Jones, an old servant, an account of his life, written by himself.-Supplement: Stephen Duck. James Woodhouse. Ann Yearsley. John Frederick Bryant.-Notes.
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4916890
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