Edited by Bronwen Price and Páraic Finnerty.
This special issue on early modern literature offers a set of new essays that re-evaluate the inter-relationship between communities and companionship across a range of contexts and genres.
Table of Contents
|Bronwen Price, Páraic Finnerty|
|‘More Women: More Weeping’: The Communal Lamentation of Early Modern Women in the Works of Mary Sidney Herbert and Mary Wroth|
|‘Drinking and Good Fellowship’: Alehouse Communities and the Anxiety of Social Dislocation in Broadside Ballads of the 1620s and 1630s|
|Seraphic Companions: The Friendship between Elizabeth Gauden and Simon Patrick|
|Falling in Love and Language: Earthly Companionship and Spiritual Loss in Paradise Lost|
|Worlds within Worlds: Community, Companionship and Autonomy in Margaret Cavendish’s The Blazing World|
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