England and Englishness: Ideas of Nationhood in English Poetry, 1688-1900
Hogarth, 1990 - 227 pàgines
John Lucas' study examines how the notion of Englishness is expressed in English poetry. His subject is not patriotism, but the way poets are forced to place themselves in a tradition, a relationship to the State and the Establishment, sometimes as apologists, sometimes as rebels and outsiders.
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