By Thomas N. Corns
- An lively and provocative background of English literature from 1603-1690.
- Part of the key Blackwell heritage of English Literature series.
- Locates seventeenth-century English literature in its social and cultural contexts.
- Considers the actual stipulations of literary creation and consumption.
- Looks on the advanced political, non secular, cultural and social pressures on seventeenth-century writers.
- Features shut serious engagement with significant authors and texts
Thomas Corns is an important foreign authority on Milton, the Caroline courtroom, and the political literature of the English Civil warfare and the Interregnum.
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