Aaron Hill: The Muses' Projector, 1685-1750 by Christine Gerrard PDF

By Christine Gerrard

Christine Gerrard deals a full of life and fascinating account of 1 of the main attention-grabbing but missed figures within the age of Pope. Theater impresario, poet, and advertisement entrepreneur, Aaron Hill loved shut relationships with Eliza Haywood and Samuel Richardson, and persevered a tricky love-hate frienship with Pope.

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