- Title Pages
1Impractical criticism: close reading and the contingencies of history
2‘Small portals’: Marvell’s Horatian Ode, print culture, and literary history
3Marvell discovers the public sphere
4Extraordinarily ordinary: Nehemiah Wallington’s experimental method
5A sense of place: historicism, whither wilt?
6Understanding experience: subjectivity, sex, and suffering in early modern England
7Debating censorship: liberty and press control in the 1640s
8‘Armed winter, and inverted day’: the politics of cold in Dryden and Purcell’s King Arthur
9The European Marvell
10Waller, Tasso, and Marvell’s Last Instructions to a Painter
11Marvell’s personal elegy? Rewriting Shakespeare in A Poem upon the Death of O. C.
12How John Dryden read his Milton: The State of Innocence reconsidered
- On behalf of the Age of Andrew Marvell?
- Texts and readers in the Age of Marvell
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