Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. Ralph M. Wardle
Churchill commentators frequently quote line 152 of this passage from The Candidate. The poet wanted as much as many another writer to gain a place in the living tradition of English literature, and its ironic that when he is remembered as all it is for the sensational aspects of his life rather than for his poetry.
Bowerman, E. Clark, "Pre-romantic elements in the satires of Charles Churchill" (1968). Student Work. 3175.
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