Essays on the sources of the pleasures received from literary compositions.
|Main Author:||Greenfield, William, d. 1827.|
|Related Names:||MacDermot, Martin fl. 1810-1824, supposed author., Mangin, Edward 1772-1852, supposed author.|
London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1813.
Published anonymously; here ascribed to Greenfield, assistant professor of rhetoric at Edinburgh, 1784-1801, on authority of Grant, Story of Univ. of Edinb., 1884, v. 2, pt. 359; Scott, Fasti eccl. scot., v.1 (1915) p. 60-61; Notes & queries, 4 ser., v. 8, p. 75. In the Brit. mus. Catalogue, Dict. nat. biog., Green, Bibl. Somerset, and Halkett & Laing, Dict. of anon. and pseud. lit., it is ascribed to Edward Mangin. Cushing (Anonyms, 1889) attributes it to Martin MacDermot.
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