[Milton-L] 17th Century contexts
duran0 at exchange.purdue.edu
Thu Nov 29 08:40:55 EST 2007
Dear Jeffrey Shoulson et al.,
I am up against the same problem. The bookstore just told me today that I
cannot order it. One idea I had is to copy the entire book b/c it is out of
print: it¹s amazing how well it has stood the test of time. I have looked
over a couple of other books but they are too long; or give coverage to the
16th and 17th centuries, and I only need the latter; or are repetitive. So,
I too would like to hear about successes others have had.
English and Comparative Literature
500 Oval Drive
West Lafayette, Indiana 47907
<duran0 at purdue.edu>
From: Jeffrey Shoulson <jshoulson at miami.edu>
Reply-To: John Milton Discussion List <milton-l at lists.richmond.edu>
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 20:49:00 -0500
To: John Milton Discussion List <milton-l at lists.richmond.edu>
Subject: [Milton-L] 17th Century contexts
I turn to the list for some help in a matter that, I know, has been raised
in one form or another before.
In previous years, I have used Graham Parry's The Seventeenth Century: The
Intellectual and Cultural Context of English Literature, 1603-1700 (Longman
Group, 1989) as a handy single-volume overview of the period for my
undergraduate courses in 17th century literature. The book went out of
print about five years ago and I am in search of a substitute, a single
volume review of the major political, religious, philosophical, social
trends and conflicts in seventeenth-century England.
Jeffrey S. Shoulson, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of English and Judaic Studies
University of Miami
PO Box 248145
Coral Gables, FL 33124-4632
jshoulson at miami.edu
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