A Bibliographical Survey of the Published Works of the Eighteenth-century Wesleys (Samuel the Elder, Samuel the Younger, Mehetabel, John, and Charles)
This bibliographic work provides scholars with the means for surveying the literary productivity of the Wesley family in eighteenth-century England and for gauging the ability of each individual member to influence the moral and social climates of their own time. While examining the works of Charles and John Wesley, the author also draws attention to the lesser known Wesleys.
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"... the literary productivity of the eighteenth-century Wesleys casts distinct light upon the state of the eighteenth-century English book trade - upon the interests and activities of printers, publishers, booksellers, and the reading public." - Samuel J. Rogal"