Poets and Puritans

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Routledge, 2020 M11 5 - 336 pages

Originally published in 1915, the essays in this book deal with 9 English writers – as diverse in outlook and temperament as Bunyan and Boswell; poets and Puritans and men who were neither. The book examines each writer in his historical and social context – facing problems in art or religion and life in general.

 

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Contents

SPENSER
MILTON
EVELYN
BUNYAN
COWPER
BOSWELL
CRAPER
CARLYLE
INDEX
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T. R. Glover was a Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge.

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