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Shakespeare and the Tragic
Comedy Reflection of Life or Unreal Angle of Vision?
Genre and SeventeenthCentury Poetry
The Lyric and Ben Jonson
Revisionism and Some Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley
NeoLatin Poetry and Henry Vaughan
Miltons Shorter Poems
Onomastics and Andrew Marvells Poems
The Self as Poetry in Marvells Work
Rochesters Poetry and Its SeventeenthCentury Antecedents
Summary Conclusion Liminal Entries to Reading Literature
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