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df THE ENGLISH NOVEL of lyricism which makes them the. prose equivalent of
the I Elizabethan song and the limpid pastoral verses of Robert Greene himself.
SThe romantic and pastoral, however, is only one part of Elizabethan prose
As a novel, or as novel in posse, it has commonly been overrated, because critics
have fallen under the spell of Nash's prose. Understandably, for as a writer of
imaginative prose he was unequaled in his age by any except Shakespeare, ...
A THE ENGLISH NOVEL antiromantic, possessed of insatiable gusto, and these
qualities combine to knit the sinews of his prose. It was during this period that the
English began to acquire the habit of reading, in the absence of which the ...
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The Eighteenth Century
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