Writings of Exile in the English Revolution and Restoration (New edition)
By: Philip Major (author)Hardback
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Writings of Exile in the English Revolution and Restoration opens a window onto exile in the years 1640-1680, as it is experienced across a broad spectrum of political and religious allegiances, and communicated through a rich variety of genres. Examining previously undiscovered and understudied as well as canonical writings, it challenges conventional paradigms which assume a neat demarcation of chronology, geography and allegiance in this seminal period of British and American history. Crossing disciplinary lines, it casts new light on how the ruptures -- and in some cases liberation -- of exile in these years both reflected and informed events in the public sphere. It also lays bare the personal, psychological and familial repercussions of exile, and their attendant literary modes, in terms of both inner, mental withdrawal and physical displacement.
Philip Major teaches English at Birkbeck College, University of London. He has published widely on seventeenth-century literature and is currently editing a volume of essays on Thomas Killigrew.
Contents: Introduction; Edward Hyde: case study of a Royalist exile; Ceremony and grief in the Royalist exile; Royalist internal exile; Exile in the Restoration: William Goffe in New England; Conclusion; Works cited; Index.
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