Hobbes and His Poetic Contemporaries

Cultural Transmission in Early Modern England

  • Authors
  • Richard Hillyer

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Richard Hillyer
    Pages 51-68
  3. Richard Hillyer
    Pages 69-102
  4. Richard Hillyer
    Pages 133-156
  5. Richard Hillyer
    Pages 175-206
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 207-248

About this book


Ranging from Jonson to Rochester and including several critically neglected figures, select poetic contemporaries variously illuminate the scope of Hobbes's writing and the reach of his influence, in turn shedding diverse lights on the nature of their own work.


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