De re poetica:
or, Remarks upon poetry. With Characters and censures of the most considerable poets, whether ancient or modern. Extracted out of the best and choicest criticks.
By Sir Thomas Pope Blount.
|Main Author:||Blount, Thomas Pope, Sir, 1649-1697.|
London, Printed by R. Everingham, for R. Bently, 1694.
Poetry > Poetry / Early works to 1800.
The first part is on poetry in general, including English, French, Italian and Spanish poetry; the second part "Characters and censures" (with separate paging) gives an account of 67 poets of various ages, including "William Shakespear" (p. 202-206)
6 p.l., 129, , 248 p.
20 x 16 cm.
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