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READING THE NATION IN ENGLISH LITERATURE

READING THE NATION IN ENGLISH LITERATURE

ELIZABETH SAUER & JULIA M. WRIGHT

ISBN : 9780415445245
Pages : 260
Binding : Paperback
Language : English
Imprint : Taylor & Francis
Trim size : 6.25" x 9.5" inches
Weight : 1kg
© year : 2014
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The book is helpfully divided into three comprehensive parts. Part-I contains a selection of primary materials from various English-speaking nations, written between the early modern and the early Victorian eras. These include political essays, poetry, religious writing, and literary theory by major authors and thinkers ranging from Edmund Spenser, Anne Bradstreet and David Hume to Adam Kidd and Peter Du Ponceau. Parts-II & III contain critical essays by leading scholars in the field: Part-II introduces and contextualizes the primary material and Part-III brings the discussion up-to-date by discussing its impact on contemporary issues such as canon-formation and globalization.

 
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