This paintings presents a complete account of the existence and writings of Andrew Marvell (1621-78), in addition to the reception of his paintings within the century after his demise. A much-loved poet, a compelling controversialist, and as soon as recognized as a member of Parliament, Marvell's intersecting careers are right here explored intimately. His biography is reworked with huge connection with print and manuscript assets, lots of that are defined for the 1st time during this resource for any scholar, historian, literary pupil or basic reader attracted to the lifestyles and works of this nice author.

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