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Samuel Johnson

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Nativitas: 18 Septembris 1709; Lichfildia
Obitus: 13 Decembris 1784; Londinium
Patria: Britanniarum Regnum

Samuel Johnson (Lichfildiae, 18 Septembris 1709Londinii, 13 Decembris 1784) fuit scriptor, criticus, lexicographus et poeta Anglicus. Satiras Iuvenalis imitavit in carminibus de Vanitate cupiditatis (The Vanity of Human Wishes) et Londinium (London), etiamsi non sunt re vera versiones carminum Iuvenalis. Celeber est a studio suo de Shakespeare et A dictionary of English Language (Lexicon de lingua Anglica) quod origo Oxford English Dictionary factum est.

Opera maiora[recensere | fontem recensere]

Libelli
1732–33 Birmingham Journal (Diarium Birminghamiae)
1747 Plan for a Dictionary of the English Language (Consilium de lexico linguae Anglicae)
1750–52 The Rambler (Erro)
1753–54 The Adventurer (Petitor inceptorum audacium)
1756 Universal Visiter (Hospes universalis)
1756- The Literary Magazine, or Universal Review (Thesaurus litterarius, sive Recensio universalis)
1758–60 The Idler (Cessator)
1770 The False Alarm (Vanus terror)
1771 Thoughts on the Late Transactions Respecting Falkland's Islands (Cogitationes de negotiis de insulis Falklandiae)
1774 The Patriot (Patriae studiosus)
1775 A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland (Iter in insulas occidentales Scotiae)
Taxation No Tyranny (Vectigal non est tyrannis)
1781 The Beauties of Johnson (Pulchritudines Johnson)
Poëmata
1728 Messia, interpretatio Latina poëmatis Alexandri Pope, Messiah (Pope)
1738 London (Londinium)
1747 Prologue at the Opening of the Theatre in Drury Lane (Prologus in theatrum viae Drury nuper apertum)
1749 The Vanity of Human Wishes (Vanitas desideriorum humanorum)
Irene, a Tragedy (Irene, tragoedia)
Vitae, iudicia
1735 A Voyage to Abyssinia (Iter in Abyssiniam) Hieronymi Lobo, ex Francogallico conversum
1744 Life of Mr Richard Savage (Vita Ricardi Savage)
1745 Miscellaneous Observations on the Tragedy of Macbeth (Variae observationes de tragoedia Macbeth)
1756 "Life of Browne" (Vita Browne) in Christian Morals (Mores Christiani) Thomae Browne
Proposals for Printing, by Subscription, the Dramatick Works of William Shakespeare (Consilia de impressione subscriptoribus operum dramaticorum Gulielmi Shakesperii)
1765 Preface to the Plays of William Shakespeare (Praefatium in fabulas Gulielmi Shakesperii)
The Plays of William Shakespeare (Fabulae Gulielmi Shakesperii)
1779–81 Lives of the Poets (Vitae poëtarum)
Lexicon
1755 Preface to a Dictionary of the English Language (Praefatium in lexicon linguae Anglicae)
A Dictionary of the English Language (Lexicon linguae Anglicae)
Fabulae
1759 The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia (Historia Rasselae, Abyssiniae principis)

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Eruditio recentior
  • J. C. D. Clark, Samuel Johnson: literature, religion and English cultural politics from the Restoration to Romanticism. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press, 1994. ISBN 0-521-47304-7
  • Pat Rogers, Johnson and Boswell: the transit of Caledonia. Oxonii: Clarendon Press, 1995. ISBN 0-119-818259-7