Augustan Subjects: Essays in Honor of Martin C. Battestin
University of Delaware Press, 1997 - Počet stran: 311
The fifteen essays in this volume honor Battestin's many contributions to our understanding and appreciation of the literature and art of the Augustan period. Spanning over one hundred years, the essays focus on writers such as Behn, Swift, Defoe, and Pope, as well as Fielding's connections with Richardson and Smollett's fictional heroines.
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