William Kenrick, Eighteenth Century Scourage and Critic
Keywords:Macnamara Morgan, William Kenrick, Ralph Griffiths, Jean-Jacques Rousseau,
AbstractFussel seeks to give an idea of the whole career of William Kenrick, the hack, the dramatist, the lexicographer, the Shakespearian, and the "superlative scoundrel," as well as his criticism in the "Monthly Review."
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