Volume 35, Issue 3 (1993) Patronage, Politics, and Literary Traditions in England, 1558-1658
It is the greatest pleasure to introduce these papers, the work of scholars from both sides of the Atlantic, who presented versions of them at the second Literature and History conference at the University of Reading, in july 1992, under the title "Politics in English Culture, 1520-1660." This selection is only a sample of the event, comprising eight of the sixty-five papers given, and for many reasons the selection has had to be arbitrary. Also, as will be seen quickly from the title of the conference, these articles do not represent its full subject range, either in terms of period-some mid-Tudor papers, for example, are being published elsewhere-or in terms of its interdisciplinary character-they do not, sadly, include the work of any of the historians.Read more...
Cowley's Pindarique Odes and the Politics of the Inter-regnum
Stella P. Revard