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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-747

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inglis scholarships 101 III -Br Mjnson's &t&es of tlje $octs Briefly sketch Milton's life with dates What are the chief authorities for the facts of it Give the substance of Johnson's remarks on Milton's ×™ letter on Education on the Areopagitica 011 Comus and on Lycidas Describe what Johnson calls the very imperfect rucli- ments of Paradise Lost Discuss his criticism of the poem as finished Mention some of Dryden's dramatic writings and estimate their value What is his greatest work What connection have Shadwell Settle Milbourne Collier Prior Sir Kobert Howard with Dryden's life and works Give short account of The Tale of Tub The Battle of the Books The Conduct of the Allies Reflections on the Barrier Treaty What is Johnson's opinion of Addison's prose style of his critical faculty of The Campaign of Cato Briefly discuss Pope's Homer What does he say of the translators who preceded him What was the object of the Dunciad and in what form and manner was that object carried out 10 Compare and contrast the geniuses of Dryden and Pope With which has Johnson the warmer sympathy 11 Specially illustrate from the life of Gray Johnsons' shortcomings as critic 12 Carefully explain these extracts When Addison having celebrated the beauty of Marl- rough's person tells us that Achilles thus teas formed with every grace here is no simile but mere exemplification Blank verse makes some approach to that which is called the lapidaiy style He saw that immateriality supplied no images and that he could not show angels acting but by instruments of action
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