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This volume was published under a former title. English Literature and the Wider World. Volume 1. 1660-1780: All Before Them. London: The Ashfield Press; distributed by Humanities Press International, Atlantic Highlands, .
All before them, 1660-1780 book. This interesting study explores the literary reflection of Britain's changing attitudes to the wider world between the Restoration and the American War of Independence. The contributors assess the impact upon literary genres of this awareness of real and imagined travel, and of travel literature.
All Before Them 1660-1780. Published March 1990 by Humanity Books. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove All Before Them 1660-1780 from your list? All Before Them 1660-1780.
The Renaissance period: 1550–1660 . Literature and the age. Social conditions. Intellectual and religious revolution. The two most innovatory novelists to begin their careers soon after World War II were also religious believers-William Golding and Muriel Spark. In novels of poetic compactness, they frequently return to the notion of original sin-the idea that, in Golding’s words, man produces evil as a bee produces honey. Allegory and symbol set wide resonances quivering, so that short books make large statements.
His book is informed by his keen sense of injustice: its pages are suffused with his indignation about cruelties .
His book is informed by his keen sense of injustice: its pages are suffused with his indignation about cruelties, such as the ‘‘state terrorism’’. Scriblerian) a watershed moment in our field. He is the author of several books, including Menippean Satire Reconsidered: From Antiquity to the Eighteenth Century, also published by Johns Hopkins. Hardcover: 392 pages. Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press (March 14, 2013).
History and literature, 1660-1780 Karen O'Brien; 15. A preliminary discourse on philosophy and literature Michael . A preliminary discourse on philosophy and literature Michael Prince; 16. British and European literature and thought Jeffrey Barnouw; 1. American Reference Books Annual "In briefly reflecting on a volume as compendious as this one it is needless to say how much of interest and value it contains that I haven't been able even to allude to. The centurial significance of the Cambridge History of English Literature,, its status as the first of its kind since George Saintsbury and his Peace of the Augustans, only furthers the importance of Richetti's collection.
Jeffrey Barnouw is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Texas at Austin. He has published three or more essays on Bacon, on Hobbes, On Leibniz, on Vico, on Schiller, and on Charles Sanders Peirce. His book, Propositional Perception. 1. Edmund Burke, Reflections on the Revolution in France, ed. Conor Cruise O'Brien, (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1968), p. 281. Subsequent references to this volume given in parentheses in the text
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In: John McVeagh (e. Aphra Behn (1640–1689): Identity, Alterity, Ambiguity.
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Chapters on English learning and literature in the ninth century and the . This book sets out to rehabilitate a wide range of Catholic imaginative writing.
Chapters on English learning and literature in the ninth century and the later formation of English poetry and prose also convey the profound cultural confidence of the period. This third volume covers the years 1660-1790. This book sets out to rehabilitate a wide range of Catholic imaginative writing, while exposing the role of anti-Catholicism as an imaginative stimulus to mainstream writers in Tudor and Stuart England.