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Books Books 1 - 8 of about 8 related to Archipelagic English: Literature, History, and Politics 1603-1707.    

English Comedy

Michael Cordner, Peter Holland, John Kerrigan - Drama - 2007 - 340 pages
Why does comedy matter? Is it celebratory or subversive? What makes it flourish, and which creative forces resist it? English Comedy addresses these and related questions by ...
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On Shakespeare and Early Modern Literature: Essays

John Kerrigan - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 266 pages
Includes essays on Shakespeare originally published 1987-1997.
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Love's Labour's Lost

William Shakespeare - Drama - 2001 - 81 pages
In this charming comedy of manners, a well-intentioned king vows to forego all fleshly delights, setting the stage for romantic hijinks. The customary Shakespearean comic ...
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The Thing about Roy Fisher: Critical Studies

John Kerrigan, Peter Robinson - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 377 pages
The Thing about Roy Fisher is the first critical book to be dedicated to the work of this outstanding poet, who has won many admirers for his explorations of the modem city ...
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Shakespeare's Sonnets

John Kerrigan, William Shakespeare - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 160 pages
Shakespeare's Sonnets have caused endless debate and speculation: who is the dark lady, who is the 'only begetter'; and what light do the poems shed on the life of the poet ...
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The Sonnets and a Lover's Complaint

William Shakespeare - Literary Criticism - 2004 - 464 pages
When this volume of Shakespeare's poems first appeared in 1609, he had already written most of the great plays that made him famous. The 154 sonnets - all but two of which are ...
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Motives of woe: Shakespeare and 'female complaint' : a critical anthology

John Kerrigan - Drama - 1991 - 310 pages
This anthology recovers a tradition of writing to which some of the greatest medieval and Renaissance poets--women as well as men--contributed. Centering on Shakespeare's ...
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