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The country and the city revisited : England and the politics of culture, 1550-1850

Author: Gerald M MacLean; Donna Landry; Joseph P Ward
Publisher: Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1999.
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Named Person: Raymond Williams; Raymond Williams
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gerald M MacLean; Donna Landry; Joseph P Ward
ISBN: 0521592011 9780521592017
OCLC Number: 39523132
Description: xiv, 258 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Imagining the metropolis in Elizabethan and Stuart London / Joseph P. Ward --
Peripatetic muse : internal travel and the cultural production of space in pre-revolutionary England / Andrew McRae --
Cookes and the Brookes : uses of portraiture in town and country before the Civil War / Robert Tittler --
Digger writing and rural dissent in the English Revolution : representing England as a common treasury / David Loewenstein --
"Gulfes, deserts, precipices, stone" : Marvell's "Upon Appleton House" and the contradictions of "nature" / Robert Markley --
Enthusiasm and enlightenment : of food, filth, and slavery / Nigel Smith --
"What is the country?" : patriotism and the language of popularity during the English militia reform of 1757 / Eliga Gould --
Who's making the scene? : real people in eighteenth-century topographical prints / Richard Quaintance --
Imperial georgic, 1660-1789 / Karen O'Brien --
Gentleman planter and the metropole : Long's History of Jamaica (1774) / Elizabeth A. Bohls --
Crown forests and female georgic : Frances Burney and the reconstruction of Britishness / Elizabeth Heckendorn Cook --
"Wild outcasts of society" : the transit of the Gypsies in Romantic period poetry / Anne F. Janowitz --
Afterword : moving stories, still lives / John Barrell.
Other Titles: England and the politics of culture, 1550-1850
Responsibility: edited by Gerald MacLean, Donna Landry, Joseph P. Ward.
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