Johns Hopkins University Press, 1936
ELH publishes studies that interpret the conditions affecting major works in English and American literature. The journal seeks to emphasize the importance of historical continuity in the discipline of letters without sponsoring particular methods or aims.
EATON HORACE AINSWORTH The Letters of De Quincey
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