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Digressive Voices in Early Modern English Literature by Anne Cotterill

By Anne Cotterill

Cotterill turns feminist sensitivity towards silenced voices to appear afresh at significant nondramatic texts via Donne, Marvell, Browne, Milton, and Dryden. Anne Cotterill examines richly digressive audio system who carve literary mazes via a perilous international for mental, political, and poetic survival--and attack.

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