By W. Scott Howard,W Scott, Professor Howard
The first edited selection of scholarly essays to concentration completely on An Collins, this quantity examines the importance of an enormous spiritual and political poet from seventeenth-century England. The e-book celebrates Collins’s writing inside her personal time and ours via a finished overview of her poetics, literary, spiritual and political contexts, serious reception, and scholarly culture. An Collins and the historic mind's eye engages with the entire arc of analysis and interpretation referring to Collins’s poetry from 1653 to the current. the amount defines the heart and circumference of Collins scholarship for twenty-first century readers. The book’s thematically associated chapters and appendices offer a multifaceted research of An Collins’s writing, non secular and political milieu, and literary legacy inside her time and ours.
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