Alexander Montgomerie: Poetry, Politics, and Cultural Change in Jacobean Scotland
Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2005 - 384 Seiten
"A detailed investigation of Alexander Montgomerie's (c. 1550-1598) biography with a careful reading of his verse. Situates Montgomerie's poetry within a bipolar model of later sixteenth-century British culture, against the background of the European deve
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