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Jonson’s Reception: The Nineteenth Century  

Tom Lockwood

This chapter surveys Jonson’s impact on the nineteenth century, tracing out his substantial influence on poets, novelists and theatre professionals on the page and on the stage. In 1990, ... More

Literature and Time in the Eighteenth Century and the Romantic Period  

Marcus Tomalin

This article explores how changing ideas about time and time-telling had a powerful and lasting impact upon the literature of the long eighteenth century (i.e., c. 1660–c. 1830). After a ... More

Literature for Children  

Susan Manly

Print publication date:
Oct 2018
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Oct 2018
The child is often imagined in the work of Coleridge and Wordsworth as a source of creative energies and of hope for the future of humanity, as well as symbolizing a return to original ... More

Shelley and Milton  

Madeleine Callaghan

Print publication date:
Dec 2012
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Jan 2013
Shelley called Milton the single most influential poet in the English tradition. Milton was Shelley's model, mentor, and muse. Shelley also lists Milton alongside Shakespeare and Dante as ... More

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