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A Review of A Critical History of English Literature by David Daiches: A Comprehensive and Critical Study of English Literature from Anglo-Saxon to Modern Times



# A Critical History of English Literature by David Daiches: A Review ## Introduction - What is the book about and why is it important? - Who is the author and what are his credentials? - What is the main argument and perspective of the book? - How is the book organized and structured? ## The Early Periods - How does Daiches cover the Anglo-Saxon and Medieval literature? - What are some of the major works and authors he discusses? - How does he relate the literature to the historical and cultural context? - What are some of the strengths and weaknesses of his analysis? ## The Renaissance and the Seventeenth Century - How does Daiches deal with the emergence of modern English literature? - What are some of the key themes and genres he explores? - How does he evaluate the contributions of Shakespeare, Milton, and other writers? - What are some of the challenges and controversies he faces in this period? ## The Eighteenth Century and the Romantic Age - How does Daiches trace the development of English literature in this era? - What are some of the major influences and movements he identifies? - How does he compare and contrast the works of Pope, Swift, Johnson, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, and Keats? - What are some of the limitations and biases he shows in this period? ## The Victorian Period and the Twentieth Century - How does Daiches describe the diversity and complexity of English literature in this period? - What are some of the social and intellectual issues he addresses? - How does he assess the works of Dickens, Tennyson, Browning, Hardy, Eliot, Joyce, Woolf, Lawrence, Orwell, and others? - What are some of the gaps and omissions he makes in this period? ## Conclusion - What is the main contribution and value of Daiches' book? - What are some of the criticisms and shortcomings of his book? - How does his book compare and contrast with other histories of English literature? - How relevant and useful is his book for today's readers and students? ## FAQs - Q: When was Daiches' book first published and how many editions does it have? - Q: What is Daiches' background and expertise in English literature? - Q: How does Daiches approach the history of English literature as a critical rather than a descriptive or chronological study? - Q: What are some of the sources and references that Daiches uses in his book? - Q: What are some of the alternative or complementary books that can be read along with Daiches' book?




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