Reading, Desire, and the Eucharist in Early Modern Religious Poetry
Reading, Desire, and the Eucharistanalyzes the work of prominent early modern writers-including John Milton, Richard Crashaw, John Donne, and George Herbert-whose religious poetry presented parallels between sacramental desire and the act of understanding written texts.
Subjects: Language & Literature, Religion
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