- Title Pages
1‘Literature’: The Morphology of a Concept
2The Progress of Poesy: Making an English Canon
3Authorial Dictionaries and the Cult of Fame
4Myths of Origin: The Canon of Pre-Chaucerian Poetry
5Dryden and the Idea of a Literary Tradition
6Teaching English Literature
7Johnson's Lives of the Poets
8Making the Female Canon
9Classicists and Gothicists: The Division of the Estate
Appendix I:Pope’s ‘discourse on the rise and progress of English poetry, as it came from the Provincial poets’
Appendix 2:Letter of Thomas Gray to Thomas Warton 15 April 1770
- Poetry and the Making of the English Literary Past
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