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The Oxford book of parodies, edited by John Gross

Label
The Oxford book of parodies
Title
The Oxford book of parodies
Statement of responsibility
edited by John Gross
Title variation
Book of parodies
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UKM
Dewey number
827.008
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1935-2011
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Gross, John
Label
The Oxford book of parodies, edited by John Gross
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Part 1. Anglo-Saxon and Medieval ; Geoffrey Chaucer ; Edmund Spenser ; William Shakespeare ; Ben Jonson ; Jacobean Prose ; Robert Herrick ; John Milton ; Andrew Marvell ; John Aubrey ; John Dryden ; Jonathan Swift ; Ambrose Philips ; Edward Young ; Alexander Pope ; Samuel Richardson ; Lord Chesterfield ; Samuel Johnson ; Eighteenth-century verse ; Thomas Gray ; Thomas Percy ; George Crabbe ; William Blake ; Robert Burns ; William Cobbett ; William Wordsworth ; Sir Walter Scott ; Samuel Taylor Coleridge ; Thomas Moore ; Leigh Hunt ; Lord Byron ; Thomas Hood ; Ralph Waldo Emerson ; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ; Alfred, Lord Tennyson ; Edgar Allan Poe ; Martin Tupper ; Charles Dickens ; Robert Browning ; Edward Lear ; Walt Whitman ; Matthew Arnold ; William Johnson Cory ; Dante Gabriel Rossetti ; Emily Dickinson ; William Morris ; Bret Harte ; Algernon Charles Swinburne ; Henry Kendall ; Thomas Hardy ; Henry James ; Arthur O'Shaughnessy ; Gerard Manley Hopkins ; Edmund Gosse ; Oscar Wilde ; A.E. Housman ; Arthur Conan Doyle ; Henry Newbolt ; W.B. Yeats ; Rudyard Kipling ; American popular fiction, c.1900 ; Hilaire Belloc ; W.H. Davies ; Bertrand Russell ; G.K. Chesterton ; Robert Frost ; Gertrude Stein ; John Buchan ; Lytton Strachey ; James Joyce ; Virginia Woolf ; A.A. Milne ; William Carlos Williams ; D.H. Lawrence ; Marianne Moore ; Edith Sitwell ; T.S. Eliot ; Raymond Chandler ; Agatha Christie ; Cole Porter ; Edna St. Vincent Millay ; Aldous Huxley ; Ernest Hemingway ; Graham Greene ; Nancy Mitford ; Anthony Powell ; John Betjeman ; Clifford Odets ; W.H. Auden ; Ian Fleming ; Stephen Spender ; Lawrence Durrell ; R.S. Thomas ; Dylan Thomas ; Roald Dahl ; Robert Lowell ; Muriel Spark ; Iris Murdoch ; Richard Wilbur ; Philip Larkin ; Jack Kerouac ; Allen Ginsberg ; Ted Hughes ; Sylvia Plath ; Leonard Cohen ; Thomas Pynchon ; Seamus Heaney ; Clive James ; J.M. Coetzee ; Craig Raine ; Julian Barnes ; David Hare ; Ian McEwan ; Martin Amis ; J.K. Rowling --
  • Part 2. From the wider world -- Nursery rhymes -- Tories and radicals -- The young Jane Austen -- Ripostes -- Alice -- James Joyce as parodist -- Composites -- Stage and screen -- Artistic endeavours -- The written word -- Drayneflete -- Affairs of state -- The Sokal hoax -- Two tributes -- A mixed assembly
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xix, 339 p.
Isbn
9780199548828
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • ocn464581538
  • 394299
  • (OCoLC)464581538
Label
The Oxford book of parodies, edited by John Gross
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Part 1. Anglo-Saxon and Medieval ; Geoffrey Chaucer ; Edmund Spenser ; William Shakespeare ; Ben Jonson ; Jacobean Prose ; Robert Herrick ; John Milton ; Andrew Marvell ; John Aubrey ; John Dryden ; Jonathan Swift ; Ambrose Philips ; Edward Young ; Alexander Pope ; Samuel Richardson ; Lord Chesterfield ; Samuel Johnson ; Eighteenth-century verse ; Thomas Gray ; Thomas Percy ; George Crabbe ; William Blake ; Robert Burns ; William Cobbett ; William Wordsworth ; Sir Walter Scott ; Samuel Taylor Coleridge ; Thomas Moore ; Leigh Hunt ; Lord Byron ; Thomas Hood ; Ralph Waldo Emerson ; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow ; Alfred, Lord Tennyson ; Edgar Allan Poe ; Martin Tupper ; Charles Dickens ; Robert Browning ; Edward Lear ; Walt Whitman ; Matthew Arnold ; William Johnson Cory ; Dante Gabriel Rossetti ; Emily Dickinson ; William Morris ; Bret Harte ; Algernon Charles Swinburne ; Henry Kendall ; Thomas Hardy ; Henry James ; Arthur O'Shaughnessy ; Gerard Manley Hopkins ; Edmund Gosse ; Oscar Wilde ; A.E. Housman ; Arthur Conan Doyle ; Henry Newbolt ; W.B. Yeats ; Rudyard Kipling ; American popular fiction, c.1900 ; Hilaire Belloc ; W.H. Davies ; Bertrand Russell ; G.K. Chesterton ; Robert Frost ; Gertrude Stein ; John Buchan ; Lytton Strachey ; James Joyce ; Virginia Woolf ; A.A. Milne ; William Carlos Williams ; D.H. Lawrence ; Marianne Moore ; Edith Sitwell ; T.S. Eliot ; Raymond Chandler ; Agatha Christie ; Cole Porter ; Edna St. Vincent Millay ; Aldous Huxley ; Ernest Hemingway ; Graham Greene ; Nancy Mitford ; Anthony Powell ; John Betjeman ; Clifford Odets ; W.H. Auden ; Ian Fleming ; Stephen Spender ; Lawrence Durrell ; R.S. Thomas ; Dylan Thomas ; Roald Dahl ; Robert Lowell ; Muriel Spark ; Iris Murdoch ; Richard Wilbur ; Philip Larkin ; Jack Kerouac ; Allen Ginsberg ; Ted Hughes ; Sylvia Plath ; Leonard Cohen ; Thomas Pynchon ; Seamus Heaney ; Clive James ; J.M. Coetzee ; Craig Raine ; Julian Barnes ; David Hare ; Ian McEwan ; Martin Amis ; J.K. Rowling --
  • Part 2. From the wider world -- Nursery rhymes -- Tories and radicals -- The young Jane Austen -- Ripostes -- Alice -- James Joyce as parodist -- Composites -- Stage and screen -- Artistic endeavours -- The written word -- Drayneflete -- Affairs of state -- The Sokal hoax -- Two tributes -- A mixed assembly
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xix, 339 p.
Isbn
9780199548828
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
  • ocn464581538
  • 394299
  • (OCoLC)464581538

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