Friendship and allegiance in eighteenth-century literature : the politics of private virtue in the age of Walpole /
"The concept of friendship has long been central to the field of eighteenth-century literary studies, not least because it was presented by the era's own authors as an essential aspect of their literary identities. For writers like Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift, being known as a good friend was...
|Main Author:||Jones, Emrys, 1984-|
Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire :
Palgrave studies in the Enlightenment, romanticism and cultures of print.