Taking its cue from a nineteenth century that felt detached from
the poetry and drama of the eighteenth century, and riding the
revival of interest in Elizabethan writing, this book presents
in-depth essays on Shakespeare, Sidney, and Spenser, as well as
their predecessors and successors. Includes notes on prose fiction
and the later dramatists.
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