Architectonics of Imitation in Spenser, Daniel, and Drayton
Exploring the boundaries between poetry and history on three of England's epic literary works, Galbraith argues that they enter into a dialogue with classical and contemporary predecessors with implications for understanding the English Renaissance.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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