Roger L'Estrange and the Making of Restoration Culture
Anne Dunan-Page, Beth Lynch
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008 - History - 236 pages
Roger L'Estrange has become something of a leitmotif in the history and literature of the later-17th century. This book suggests that it is only when he is considered through a range of specialist perspectives reflecting his interdisciplinary significance that his importance within the cultural history of the Restoration becomes apparent.
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