Browsing by Subject "1500-1700--Periodicals Seventeenth century--Periodicals"
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(Texas A&M University, 2018)In the introduction to this collection, the editors signal the need for a “rapprochement” between historicist scholarship focusing on early modern monism and “the ecocritical concern for the nonhuman in contemporary ...
(Texas A&M University, 2018)In this essay, McDowell surveys Milton’s references to Euripides throughout his writing career in order to argue that, contrary to expectation, Milton occasionally elevates classical literature above the Bible. ...
(Texas A&M University, 2018)In Print Letters in Seventeenth-Century England, Gary Schneider examines the intersection of epistolarity, ideology, propaganda, and news culture. The chronological focus is the 1640s and 1650s, which saw a rise in the ...
(Texas A&M University, 2018)Kirsteen M. Mackenzie’s monograph is a meticulously researched historical study of the “Covenanted interest” during the British civil wars, Protectorate, and early Restoration in the seventeenth century.