By Donald Davie
First released in 1978, this learn considers the impression of dissenting voices upon literature, faith and politics to be able to re-evaluate the nonconformist contribution to English tradition from the eighteenth century via to the 20th.
This old survey takes into the account the contribution of a wealth of seminal literary figures equivalent to the poets Isaac Watts, Charles Wesley and William Blake; and the novelists Elizabeth Gaskell, George Elliot, Mark Rutherford and D. H. Lawrence. even though, faraway from consigning his learn in basic terms to literature, Davie additionally comprises vital orators like Robert corridor; scientists like Michael Farraday and Philip Gosse; political activists like Joseph Priestly, and squaddies like Orde Wingate. Unitarians, Sandemanians, Wesleyan Methodists and the Plymouth Brethren are thought of, in addition to the older denominations.
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A Gathered Church: The Literature of the English Dissenting Interest, 1700-1930 (Routledge Revivals) by Donald Davie