BIBLIOGRAPHY Primary Sources The Poetical Works of Andrew Marvell . With a memoir of the author . ... Aitken ( G. A. ) Satires of Andrew Marvell . London : George Routledge and Sons , 1901 . ( Edited with introduction and notes by G. A. ...
Andrew Marvell, “The Character Of Holland,” in Satire: ofAndrew Marvell, ed. G. A. Aitken (London: George Routledge, 1901), 14—15. . Schama, Richer, 191. . Andrew Marvell, “The Character Of Holland,” 16. The imperfect, but perhaps ...
Author: Anne Norton
How do you write history when it's no longer linear? In Bloodrites of the Post-Structuralists, respected political theorist Anne Norton reminds us of the real interplay between words (laws, scriptures, myths, and texts), and the world of flesh. Drawing from sources as diverse as foundational myths from Sarah in the bible, Marat in his death bath, and thinkers like Hegel and Foucault, Norton reinterprets the relationship between word and flesh and places it in historical context. The French and English Revolutions, as well as the period of anti-colonialism and post-colonialism are used to frame her discussion of word and body, and their historical significance.
The Critical Heritage Andrew Marvell Robert Wilcher. 86. H.C.Beeching on the lyrics 1901 H.C.Beeching (1859–1919) was a churchman and a man of letters. ... 145–6] issued an edition of Marvell's poems including the political satires,
Author: Andrew Marvell
Category: Literary Criticism
First published in 1986. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Some political satires of the seventeenth century . Selected from the writings of the Earl of Rochester , Sir John Denham and Andrew Marvel . By Edinund Goldsmid ... Edinburgh , Priv . print . , 1885 . NM 0282562 DFO NNC NRU CtY Marvell ...
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The state poems include several satires that were variously attributed to Marvell and to the Earl of Rochester, who were great ... 1901. The Diary of John Evelyn. Ed. William Bray. 2 vols. Washington and London: M. Walter Dunne.
Author: Matthew C. Augustine
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Literary Criticism
This book provides an accessible account of the poet and politician Andrew Marvell’s life (1621-1678) and of the great events which found reflection in his work and in which he and his writings eventually played a part. At the same time, considerable space is afforded to reflecting deeply on the modes and meanings of Marvell’s art, redressing the balance of recent biography and criticism which has tended to dwell on the public and political aspects of this literary life at the expense of lyric invention and lyric possibility. Moving beyond the familiar terms of imitation and influence, the book aims at reconstructing an embodied history of reading and writing, acts undertaken within a series of complex physical and social environments, from the Hull Charterhouse to the coffee houses and print shops of Restoration London. Care has been taken to cover the whole of Marvell’s career, in verse and prose, even as the book places the lyric achievement at the centre of its vision.
H. Macdonald , 1953 ; Satires of Andrew Marvell , ed . G. A. Aitken , 1901 ; Andrew Marvell Tercentenary Tributes , Oxford , 1922 ; A. Birrell , Andrew Marvell , 1905 ; V. M. Sackville - West , Andrew Marvell , 1929 ; J. Press , Andrew ...
Edited A. B. Grosart ( Fuller Worthies ' Library ) , 1872—5 . Poems and Satires of Andrew Marvell . Edited by G. A. Aitken ( Muses ' Library ) , 1892 ; 1901 . Poems and some Satires of Andrew Marvell . Edited by E. Wright .
G. A. Aitkin ' thought that the satire was " written at the end of 1673 or early in 1674 ” ; H. M. Margoliouth ? commented : “ Date ... 1 The Muses ' Library . Satires of Andrew Marvell ( London : Routledge & Sons ca. 1901 ) , p . 182 .