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Speaking Grief in English Literary Culture

Shakespeare to Milton

Speaking Grief in English Literary Culture( )
Editor: Swiss, Margo
Kent, David A.
Contribution by: Swiss, Margo
Kent, David A.
Tromly, Fred B.
Evans, Robert C.
Lange, Marjory E.
McClintock, Michael
Martz, Louis L.
Shawcross, John T.
Long, Donna J.
Howard, W. Scott
Stanwood, P. G.
Parrish, Paul
McCaffrey, Phillip
Houlbrooke, Ralph
Series title:Medieval and Renaissance Literary Studies
Publication Date:Jan 2002
Publisher:Duquesne University Press
Book Format:Hardback
List Price:USD $60.00
Book Description:

Grief is a universal emotion expressed in response to numerous forms of loss or bereavement. Expressing grief has been subject to varying degrees of religious and social constraint in different periods of history and in different cultures and traditions. This collection of 12 essays by both established and newer scholars explores the question of grief expression in a wide variety of writers and genres in the period from Shakespeare to Milton. Contributors examine lyric poems and plays...
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