On Shakespeare and Early Modern Literature: Essays
Oxford University Press, 2004 - 266 páginas
This richly informed collection brings together his essays on such major figures as Sir Philip Sidney and Milton, but also less celebrated writers, including Thomas Carew and, in a new piece, William Drummond, to reconfigure the familiar and help extend the canon. Shakespeare looms large in this volume and his poems, plays and influence on Keats, are the subject of half the book.
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ASTROPHILS TRAGICOMEDY 1992
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