Restoration Literature: An Anthology

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Paul Hammond
Oxford University Press, 2002 - 437页
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This anthology brings together a stimulating and entertaining collection of works from the confident and creative period of 1660-1700. The literature of this time is by turns refined, poignant, and brash. Alongside major works such as Dryden's Absalom and Achitophel and Mac Flecknoe, printed in their entirety, is a substantial group of lyrics by Rochester, while Milton's Paradise Lost provides a running commentary on the Restoration scene. Scurrilous satires and pamphlets, diaries, theatrical prologues, translations and striking work by women poets and autobiographers illustrate the period in politics, religion, philosophy and in attitudes to town and country, love and friendship.

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POLITICS AND NATION
3
The Return of Charles II from the Diary
18
From Last Instructions to a Painter
32
A Satire on Charles II
38
ANONYMOUS
67
Tarquin and Tullia
73
b A Vision of the Future of Rome
80
A Satire in Imitation of the Third of Juvenal
88
Preface to The Sullen Lovers
196
Doeg and Og from The Second Part of Absalom
206
From The History of the Royal Society of London
224
LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP
231
A Virgin Life
233
From Secret Love
248
A Song of a Young Lady to her Ancient Lover
254
The Disappointment
260

A Letter from Artemisa in the Town to Chloe
101
To the Postboy
108
The Fire of London from the Diary
119
The Fire of London from Annus Mirabilis
129
A Country Life
144
The Garden
152
From The Georgics Book II
160
LITERATURE AND THEATRE
167
To the Memory of Mr Oldham
177
The Miseries of Visits
184
A Critique of Shakespeare and Jonson
189
Sigismonda and Guiscardo
270
From All for Love
290
Said by a Young Lady to her Child Taking Something
297
Baucis and Philemon
313
RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
319
The Pilgrims Hymn
335
From The Hind and the Panther
353
From AurengZebe
361
Upon Nothing
378
Biographical Notes
414
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作者简介 (2002)

Paul Hammond is a Professor of Seventeenth-Century English Literature, University of Leeds.

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