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 De Vere, Aubrey ThomasDekker, Thomas 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Defoe, Daniel
 
(b. London, 1661; d. London, 1731). “Presbytery Roughdrawn” (1683); “A Tract against the Proclamation of the Repeal of the Penal Laws” (1687); “A Tract upon the Dispensing Power” (1689); “Essay on Projects” (1697); “The True-Born Englishman” (1701); “The Shortest Way with Dissenters” (1702); “A Hymn to the Pillory” (1703); “Jure Divino” (1706); “A History of the Union” (1709); “Reasons against the Succession of the House of Hanover” (1713); “Appeal to Honour and Justice” (1715); “Robinson Crusoe” (1719); “Captain Singleton” (1720); “Duncan Campbell” (1720); “Moll Flanders” (1721); “Colonel Jack” (1722); “Journal of the Plague” (1722); “Memoirs of a Cavalier” (1723); “Roxana” (1724); “New Voyage Round the World” (1725); “The Life of Captain Carleton” (1728), etc. Works in 1841. “Life, and Recently-discovered Writings,” by Lee, in 1869. See also the Biographies by Chalmers (1790), Wilson (1830), Forster (1855), Chadwick (1859), and Wright (1894). For Criticism, see Foster’s “Essays,” Masson’s “British Novelists,” Kingsley’s introduction to his edition of “Robinson Crusoe,” Roscoe’s “Essays,” Lamb’s “Works,” Scott’s “Biographies,” Stephen’s “Hours in a Library,” and Minto’s monograph (1879), etc.   1
 


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