Standard Name: Warton, Thomas,, the younger
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Jane Warton|
|Friends, Associates||Mary Jones|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Mary Robinson|
|Intertextuality and Influence||Jane Taylor||
Her idiosyncratic humour is well shown in The Toad's Journal. A moral passage at the end of this poem, in a different metre, draws a moral against idleness, or living in vain; but the...
|Textual Features||Elizabeth Strutt||
The story's omniscient narrator offers historical explanations as the tale proceeds (noting, for instance, that women's status, unlike women's education, has not improved since the fourteenth century). ES says she hopes to encourage her readers...
|Textual Production||Anna Jane Vardill|
30 September 1774
Thomas Warton , having issued volume one of A History of English Poetry this year (with an essay prefixed, Of the Origin of Romantic Fiction in Europe, was nearly ready to go to press...