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Harvard Library Bulletin 20

Johnson After Three Centuries

New Light on Texts and Contexts

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ISBN 9780981885841

Publication Date: 09/12/2011

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140 pages

6 x 9 inches

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Johnson After Three Centuries: New Light on Texts and Contexts examines several aspects of Johnson's career through fresh perspectives and original interpretations by some of the best-known and widely-repsected scholars of our time. Included are essays by James Basker, James Engell, Nicholas Hudson, Jack Lynch, and Allen Reddick.

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