Samuel Johnson: The Life of an Author
Harvard University Press, 1998 - 372 páginas
Tracing Samuel Johnson's rocky climb from anonymity to fame, in the course of which he came to stand for both the greatness of English literature and the good sense of the common reader, Lipking shows how this life transformed the very nature of authorship.
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