This bundle of 23 titles brings together a number of prominent works examining and exploring areas of seventeenth century literature. The collection includes volumes on William Shakespeare, John Milton, John Donne and Andrew Marvell, as well as a critical look at key issues during this time, including literary thought, political ideology and societal convention and the role of women during this period. The primary focus is on the works of William Shakespeare, but the collection also includes volumes on the literature of the Renaissance period more generally, as well as looking critically literary devices and tropes, such as the use of tragedy. This comprehensive collection provides an essential and comprehensive look at literature during the Seventeenth century, and will be a useful and fascinating collection for any students studying the Early Modern period.
1. An Andrew Marvell Companion, Robert H. Ray
2. A George Herbert Companion, Robert H. Ray
3. A John Donne Companion, Robert H. Ray
4. Art of John Webster, Ralph Berry
5. Ben Jonson, John Palmer
6. Desire and Anxiety, John Palmer
7. Dryden's Poetic Kingdoms, Alan Roper
8. John Donne, Undone, Thomas Docherty
9. Macbeth and Richard III Remarks, K.P., Kemble
10. Milton, Christopher Kendrick
11. Shakespeare, Raymond Alden
12. Shakespeare's America, America's Shakespeare, Michael D. Bristol
13. Shakespeare and Awareness of Audience, Ralph Berry
14. Shakespeare and Feminist Criticism, Philip C. Kolin
15. Shakespeare Left and Right, Ivo Kamps
16. The Living Milton, Sir Frank Kermode
17. The Regal Phantasm, Christopher Pye
18. The Subject of Tragedy, Catherine Belsey
19. Reading the Renaissance, Jonathan Hart
20. Restoring Shakespeare, Leon Kellner
21. Voice Terminal Echo, Jonathan Goldberg
22. When Honour's at the Stake, Norman Council
23. Women of Shakespeare, Frank Harris
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