Pamphlet Wars: Prose in the English Revolution

By: Holstun, James (editor)

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. x + 230 pages. Nine essays by different authors on various types of 17th-century pamphleteers. The Politics of Babel in the English Revolution (Achinstein); Restyling the King: Clarendon writes Charles I (Hartman); The Ranters and the Limits of Language (Nelson); Roger Williams: Bible Politics and Bible Art (Stavely); "The [Un]Civill-Sisterhood of Oranges and Lemons": Female Petitioners and Demonstrators, 1642-53 (McEntee); Female Preachers and Male Wives: Gender and Authority in Civil War England (Trubowitz); "Adam, the Father of all Flesh": Porno-Political Rhetoric and Political Theory in and After the English Civil War (Wiseman); Rational Hunger: Gerrard Winstanley's Hortus Inconclusus (Holstun); "Sages and Patriots that Being Dead do yet Speak to us": Readings of the English Revolution in the Late Eighteenth Century (Kitson).

Title: Pamphlet Wars: Prose in the English Revolution

Author Name: Holstun, James (editor)

Categories: Puritans, History (General),

Publisher: London, Frank Cass: 1992

ISBN Number: 0714634581

ISBN Number 13: 9780714634586

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: Good

Seller ID: 211235

Keywords: English History, Literature,