using standard courier delivery
Texts and Readers in the Age of Marvell offers fresh perspectives from leading and emerging scholars on seventeenth-century British literature, with a focus on the surprising ways that texts interacted with writers and readers at specific cultural moments. With an eye to the elusive and complicated Andrew Marvell as tutelary figure of the age, the contributors have provided nuanced and sophisticated readings of a range of seventeenth-century authors, often foregrounding the uncertainties and complexities with which these writers were faced as the remarkable events of these years moved swiftly around them. The essays make important contributions, both methodological and critical, to the field of early modern studies and include examinations of prominent seventeenth-century figures such as John Milton, Andrew Marvell, John Dryden and Edmund Waller. -- .
Christopher D'Addario is Associate Professor of English at Gettysburg College
Matthew C. Augustine is a Lecturer in the School of English at the University of St Andrews -- .
Release date NZ
August 7th, 2018
Contributions by Anne Cotterill
Contributions by Christopher D'Addario
Contributions by Derek Hirst
Contributions by Kathleen Lynch
Contributions by Michael Scoenfeldt
Contributions by Nigel Smith
Contributions by Randy Robertston
Contributions by Timothy Raylor
Edited by Christopher D'Addario
Edited by Matthew C. Augustine
Country of Publication
Manchester University Press
Nobody has reviewed this product yet. You could be the first!