Home and Nation in British Literature from the English to the French Revolutions

Home and Nation in British Literature from the English to the French Revolutions


Cambridge University Press






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1. Introduction A. D. Cousins and Geoffrey Payne; Part I. The English Revolution and the Interregnum: 2. Nation, nature, and poetics: transitions and claspes in Denham's 'Cooper's Hill' and Cavendish's Poems and Fancies L. E. Semler; 3. Home and nation in Andrew Marvell's Bermudas A. D. Cousins; 4. Anne Clifford and Samuel Pepys: diaries and homes Helen Wilcox; 5. Home and away in the poetry of Andrew Marvell and some of his influences and contemporaries Nigel Smith; Part II. Restoration, Glorious Revolution, and Hanoverian Succession: 6. 'Home to our People': nation and kingship in late seventeenth-century political verse Abigail Williams; 7. 'Yet Israel still serves': home and nation in Milton's Samson Agonistes William Walker; 8. 'A thing remote': Defoe and the home in the metropolis and New World Geoffrey Payne; 9. Pope's homes: London, Windsor Forest, and Twickenham Pat Rogers; 10. Samuel Johnson and London Evan Gottlieb; 11. Contesting 'home' in eighteenth-century women's verse Catherine Ingrassia; 12. Home, homeland and the Gothic David Punter; Part III. Revolution in France, Reaction in Britain: 13. Contesting the homeland: Burke and Wollstonecraft Daniel I. O'Neill; 14. Homelands: Blake, Albion, and the French Revolution David Fallon; 15. Jane Austen and the modern home Gary Kelly; 16. 'All things have a home but one': exile and aspiration, pastoral and political in Shelley's The Mask of Anarchy and Keats's 'Ode to a Nightingale' and 'To Autumn' Geoffrey Payne; 17. Sir Walter Scott: home, nation, and the denial of revolution Dani Napton; Guide to further reading.
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