Milton consistently reflected a concern for reassembling Truth in a wide-ranging body of works in different genres and on stunningly diverse topics. Similarly, the twelve contributors to this collection represent efforts to engage in the search for Truth in the works of Milton, to re-analyze, reinterpret, and recontextualize his literary, political, religious, and social views and values, and to reassess the influence of his writings.1 MARY OVERTON, WIFE OF LEVELLER LEADER RICHARD OVERTON, agitated for law reform during the Civil War. ... in domestic conduct literature, including practical guidebooks, instructional tracts, marriage manuals, and sermons.
|Author||:||Charles W. Durham, Kristin A. Pruitt|
|Publisher||:||Susquehanna University Press - 2003-01|