Augustan Subjects: Essays in Honor of Martin C. Battestin
University of Delaware Press, 1997 - 311 σελίδες
The fifteen essays in this volume honor Battestin's many contributions to our understanding and appreciation of the literature and art of the Augustan period. Spanning over one hundred years, the essays focus on writers such as Behn, Swift, Defoe, and Pope, as well as Fielding's connections with Richardson and Smollett's fictional heroines.
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Anne Finch John Dyer and the Georgic Syntax of Nature
An Instance in the Transvaluation of Literature in EighteenthCentury Britain
Mythology and the EighteenthCentury Tradition
A Tale of a Tub Swifts Apology and the Trammels of Christian Wit
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A Newly Recovered Swift Holograph and Its Dublin Context
John Gays Beggars Opera and Vaclav Havels
Genealogy Catholicism and the Irenic Muse
Popes Narratives of Self
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