ABSTRACT

This volume collects together a wealth of material ranging from verse parodies originally published in pamphlet form, to longer works such as P.G. Patmore's parodies of the works of Byron, Lamb and Hazlitt.

chapter

Introduction

ByJohn Strachan

part |3 pages

Parodies Of The Romantic Age

chapter |1 pages

Preface.

chapter |1 pages

Contents

part |20 pages

An Unsentimental Journey

chapter |2 pages

Introductory Note

ByJohn Strachan

chapter |18 pages

An Unsentimental Journey.

By Elia.
ByCharles Lamb

part |20 pages

Rich and Poor

chapter |1 pages

Introductory Note

ByJohn Strachan

chapter |18 pages

Rich and Poor.

A Letter from William Cobbett to the Ploughboys and Labourers of Hampshire.
ByWilliam Cobbett

part |8 pages

To-morrow; a Gaiety and Gravity

chapter |2 pages

Introductory Note

ByJohn Strachan

chapter |6 pages

To-Morrow; a Gaiety and Gravity

By One of the Authors of ‘Rejected Addresses.’
ByHorace Smith

part |24 pages

Review of Tremaine

chapter |3 pages

Introductory Note

ByJohn Strachan

chapter |20 pages

Review of Tremaine. *

ByChristopher North

part |20 pages

Letters on Shakespeare

chapter |3 pages

Introductory Note

ByJohn Strachan

chapter |16 pages

Letters on Shakespeare. * No. 2.

ByJohn Wilson

part |15 pages

Grimm’s Ghost. The Culpeppers on the Continent.

chapter |2 pages

Introductory Note

ByJohn Strachan

chapter |13 pages

Grimm’s Ghost. *

The Culpeppers on the Continent.
ByJames Smith

part |27 pages

The Spirit of the Age

chapter |2 pages

Introductory Note

ByJohn Strachan

chapter |25 pages

The Spirit of the Age. *

ByWilliam Hazlitt

part |32 pages

London Letters to Country Cousins

chapter |2 pages

Introductory Note

ByJohn Strachan

chapter |30 pages

London Letters to Country Cousins. No. 5. *

The Streets of London by Gas-Light
ByPeter George Patmore

part |30 pages

Brother Jonathan; or, The New Englanders

chapter |2 pages

Introductory Note

ByJohn Strachan

chapter |28 pages

Brother Jonathan; or the New Englanders. *

Rejected From the Edinburgh Review
ByFrancis Jeffrey

part |23 pages

Boccaccio and Fiametta

chapter |2 pages

Introductory Note

ByJohn Strachan

chapter |21 pages

Boccaccio and Fiametta; *

A Tale of the Green-Wood-Shade.
ByLeigh Hunt

part |21 pages

Appendix to Rejected Articles

chapter |2 pages

Introductory Note

ByJohn Strachan

chapter |5 pages

Demoniacals. (Posthumous.)

ByHarold Childe

chapter |12 pages

Dining Out