Dowden


Dowden

Dowden [doud-n] Examples noun

  1. Edward,1843–1913, Irish critic and poet.

Examples from the Web for dowden Historical Examples of dowden

  • Much of this is Professor Dowden’s view and not Shakespeare’s.

    The Man Shakespeare

    Frank Harris

  • To this last there is an admirable introduction by Professor Dowden.

    Immortal Memories

    Clement Shorter

  • Professor Dowden, in his Life of Shelley, 1886, uses the book freely.

    Immortal Memories

    Clement Shorter

  • Utter, express; or “‘to sound as with a plummet’ is possible” (Dowden).

    Shakespeare’s Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

    William Shakespeare

  • Dowden believes there is some mystery in Hamlet but will say no more.

    Ulysses

    James Joyce

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