The Restoration Transposed: Poetry, Place and History, 1660-1700
Countering stereotypes of Restoration poetry as the topical preoccupations of elite London-based men, this book demonstrates how the period established English as a historically-conscious and diverse global literature. Appealing to scholars and students of early modern, long eighteenth-century literature, eco-criticism and women's literature.
Gillian Wright (University of Birmingham)
- Cambridge University Press
- 277 pages
- Paperback / softback
- United Kingdom
- Literary studies: poetry & poets