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Biographical introduction ; and, Headlong Hall

Thomas Love Peacock

Biographical introduction ; and, Headlong Hall

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Published by Constable in London .
Written in English


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The Works of Thomas Love Peacock. edited and with an introduction and notes by H.F.B. Brett-Smith and C.E. Jones, London: Constable, [The Halliford Edition in ten volumes: I Biographical Introduction and Headlong Hall.

II Melincourt. Other articles where Headlong Hall is discussed: Thomas Love Peacock: ” Headlong Hall (), the first of his seven novels, already sets the pattern of all of them: characters seated at table, eating and drinking, and embarking on learned and philosophical discussions in which many common opinions of the day are criticized.

Whereas Nightmare Abbey is Augustan - worthy of Pope - attack the follies of mankind by singling out real examples, this first novel is generic. It is filled with comical character types. Headlong Hall is Shakesperean pastoral and the novel, like As You Like It, rounds off with four marriages, a harmonious marriage of the novel is the prototype for the later novels in which /5.

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Jones Reprint of ed Includes bibliographical references v. Biographical introduction and Headlong Hallv. Melincourtv. Headlong Hall was an instant success upon its anonymous first appearance in Like most of Peacock's novels, it assembles a group of characters -- Mr Cranium, Miss Poppyseed, Mr Treacle and others -- who, while eating and drinking to abandon, discuss topics which were then of interest to Peacock and his circle of intellectual friends.

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George Meredith (). Critical and Biographical Introduction by Anna McClure Sholl (). Warner, et al., comp. The Library of the World's Best Literature. Unlike other Welsh squires, the current scion of the ancient and dignified house of Headlong-ap-Headlong, Harry Headlong, Esquire, had actually suffered certain phenomena, called books, to find their way into his house; and, by dint of lounging over them after dinner, became seized with a violent passion to be thought a philosopher and a man of taste.

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