James Engell

James Engell is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Harvard University and co-editor of the Bollingen edition of the Biographia Literaria for the Collected Works of Coleridge.

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Cover: Forming the Critical Mind: Dryden to ColeridgeForming the Critical Mind: Dryden to ColeridgeEngell, JamesHARDCOVER06/26/1989$87.00
Cover: Teaching Literature: What Is Needed NowTeaching Literature: What Is Needed NowEngell, James
Perkins, David
PAPERBACK09/15/1988$10.50Currently unavailable
Cover: Johnson and His AgeJohnson and His AgeEngell, JamesHARDCOVER05/16/1985$45.00
Cover: Johnson and His AgeJohnson and His AgeEngell, JamesPAPERBACK01/01/1984$19.00
Cover: The Creative Imagination: Enlightenment to RomanticismThe Creative Imagination: Enlightenment to RomanticismEngell, JamesE-DITION02/20/1981$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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