By Robert H. Ray
First released in 1998, this name offers for the reader of the popular metaphysical poet and flesh presser a beneficial reference and source quantity. it's a compendium of invaluable details for any reader of Andrew Marvell, together with the most important biographical fabric, ancient contextualisation, and information about his life’s paintings. The purpose all through is to reinforce knowing and appreciation, with out being exhaustive.
The significant part of the quantity, in either significance and dimension, is ‘A Marvell Dictionary’. Its entries are prepared alphabetically: they determine, describe and clarify the main influential people in Marvell’s lifestyles and works, in addition to areas, characters, allusions, rules, ideas, person phrases, words and literary phrases which are suitable to a rounded appreciation of his poetry and prose. An Andrew Marvell spouse will end up beneficial for all scholars of English poetry and seventeenth-century political background.
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