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The Oxford handbook of Andrew Marvell [electronic resource] / edited by Martin Dzelzainis and Edward Holberton.

Other Title:
Andrew Marvell
Publication:
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019.
Series:
Oxford handbooks online.
Oxford handbooks in literature.
Oxford handbooks online
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource : illustrations.
Subjects:
Marvell, Andrew, 1621-1678 -- Criticism and interpretation.
System Details:
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Summary:
The Oxford Handbook of Andrew Marvell offers a comprehensive introduction to Andrew Marvell (1621-78), the poet and politician who lived and worked close to the epicentre of the revolutionary upheavals of the seventeenth century. Featuring forty-three original essays by Marvell scholars and historians of the period, it addresses new directions in Marvell studies, including recent archival discoveries and current critical issues. Furthermore, it supplies the historical and contextual information that will help readers to understand and appreciate this complex and inscrutable figure.
Contents:
Marvell, writer and politician, 1621-1678 / Nicholas von Maltzahn
Marvell and the nonconformity / N. H. Keeble, Johanna Harris
Marvell's unfortunate lovers / Lynn Enterline
Marvell and science / Martin Dzelzainis
Marvell and manuscript culture / Paul Davis
Marvell and print culture / Matthew C. Augustine
Visualizing Marvell / Katherine Acheson
Marvell and music / Helen Wilcox
Urban Marvell / Sean H. McDowell
Marvell's classical similitudes / Edward Paleit
'A greater errour in chronology: Issues of Dating in Marvell / Martin Dzelzainis
Marvell and education / Emma Annette Wilson
'To His Coy Mistress', The Greek anthology and the history of poetry / Nigel Smith
'Greenland': Marvell's 'The Garden' / Gordon Teskey
Marvell's 'Nymph Complaining' and the erotics of vitalism / Leah S. Marcus
Marvell and lyrics of undifference / Derek Hirst, Steven N. Zwicker
Marvell and elegy / Gregory Chaplin
The post-Machiavellian poetry of 'An Horatian Ode' upon Cromwell's return from Ireland / Annabel Brett
Harsh remedies: Satire and politics in Last Instructions to a Painter / Warren Chernaik
Marvell's Latin poetry and the art of punning / Estelle Haan
'Upon Appleton House' / Julianne Werlin
Marvell and his patronage / Nicholas von Maltzahn
Andrew Marvell's letters / Johanna Harris
The Rehearsal Transpros'd and The Rehearsal Transpros'd: The Second Part / Alex Garganigo
The Commissioning, Writing, and Printing of Mr. Smirke: A New Account / Martin Dzelzainis, Steph Coster
Marvell, Political Print, and Picturing the Catholic: An Account of the Growth of Popery and Arbitrary Government / Kendra Packham
Marvell and Jonson / Tom Lockwood
Andrew Marvell and the Cavalier Poetics / James Loxley
Marvell's French Spirit / Nicholas McDowell
Marvell and Waller / Timothy Raylor
'Mr. Bayes in Mr. Bayes': The art of personation in Hobbes, Parker and Marvell / Victoria Silver
Ruin the sacred truths: Prophecy, form, and nonconformity in Marvell and Milton / John Rogers
Marvell and the interregnum / Ann Hughes
Marvell and the Restoration Wits / Robert D. Hume, Ashley Marshall
Marvell and his adversaries, 1672-78 / Mark Goldie
Bodleian Library MS Eng. Poet d. 49 / Diane Purkiss
Marvell the patriot / Annabel Patterson
Marvell and Nineteenth-Century Poetry: Wordsworth to Tennyson / Michael O'Neill
Marvell in the Twentieth- and Twenty-first Centuries / Steven Matthews
Marvell and parliament / Paul Seaward
Marvell and diplomacy / Edward Holberton
England's 'natural frontier': Andrew Marvell and the Low Countries / Charles-Édouard Levillain
Marvell and the church / Philip Connell.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on March 11, 2019).
Contributor:
Dzelzainis, Martin, editor.
Holberton, Edward, editor.
Other format:
Print version :
ISBN:
9780191873645 (ebook) :
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Restricted for use by site license.
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