By Robert DeMaria
Spanning the interval from the British Civil conflict to the French Revolution, the fourth version of this profitable anthology raises its insurance of canonical writings, performs, and of the advance of British Literature within the American colonies.
- A completely up to date re-creation of this renowned anthology which focuses firmly at the eighteenth century with no neglecting the 17th century
- Contains new texts together with the play Rover via Aphra Behn, and Beggars' Opera through John homosexual; elevated canonical works, together with works by way of Dryden, Pope, and Johnson; and old contextual materials, with particualr awareness to the Americas
- Features up-to-date introductions all through, taking into acccount fresh severe works and editions
- Includes precious assets corresponding to another checklist of contents by means of subject matter, and a chronolgy of literary and political occasions, delivering necessary ancient and cultural context
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British Literature 1640-1789: An Anthology (Blackwell Anthologies) by Robert DeMaria