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Ghismonda, a seventeenth century tragedy.

Ghismonda, a seventeenth century tragedy.

Edited by Herbert G. Wright.

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Published by University Press in [Manchester] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesPublications of the University of Manchester, no. 290: English series, no. 23
ContributionsWright, Herbert Gladstone, 1888-,
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR3291 A1 G4 1944
The Physical Object
Pagination185p.
Number of Pages185
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18383498M

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Love doesn’t always mean happily ever after. If your critics wanted 5/5(2). The earlier seventeenth century, and especially the period of the English Revolution (–60), was a time of intense ferment in all areas of life — religion, science, politics, domestic relations, culture. That ferment was reflected in the literature of the era, which also registered a heightened focus on and analysis of the self and the.

The First Half of the Seventeenth Century () by Herbert J. Grierson. Periods of European Literature series, vol. George Edward Bateman Saintsbury, ed. Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons.

See also. 17th century in poetry; German literature of the Baroque period; French literature of the 17th century. Joseph Bergin has been teaching at Manchester sinceand is an internationally recognised expert on the history of early modern France, especially the seventeenth century.

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Source for information on Crisis of the Seventeenth Century:. English book owners in the seventeenth century A work in progress listing How much do we really know about patterns and impacts of book ownership in Britain in the seventeenth century.

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