New York: AMS Press, 1974.
Reprint Ed. Hardcover. Very Good with no dust jacket. Item #3562
Library stamps/marks/labels/pocket, otherwise slight wear. Crisp copy. ; Facsimile reprint of 1765 edition. "Johnson adheres to the long-established dictum that literature should please in order to instruct, whereas for Kenrick such an illustration of morality is a subject for a moral philosopher, not a poet; strict adherence to the "narrow bounds" of poetic justice forces the poet to go against nature." - Jean I Marsden, The Re-Imagined Text. "A very illiberal and virulent attack. ... This critic edited the London Review, published poems, plays, and other writings, mostly contaminated by a style vituperative and malignant." - William Thomas Lowndes, The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature, vol 3, p 1266.; Ex-Library; 133+2ad pages pages.