The History of English Literature, Perry Keenlyside
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The History of English Literature

Author: Perry Keenlyside

Narrator: Derek Jacobi, and full cast

Unabridged: 5 hr 17 min

Format: Digital Audiobook

Publisher: Naxos

Published: 10/01/2005

Genre: Literary Criticism - European - English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh

Synopsis

Perry Keenlyside tells the remarkable story of the world’s richest literary resource. The story-telling, the poetry, the growth of the novel and the great histories and essays which have informed the language and the imagination wherever English is spoken. This is the fourth in the Naxos AudioBooks Histories series.

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