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Margaret Cavendish and the Exiles of the Mind

by Anna Battigelli

Margaret Cavendish, duchess of Newcastle (1623-1673), led a dramatic life that brought her into contact with kings, queens, and the leading thinkers of her day.

The Miltonic Moment

by J. Martin Evans

Milton's poems invariably depict the decisive instant in a story, a moment of crisis that takes place just before the action undergoes a dramatic change of course.

The Unfolding God of Jung and Milton

by James P. Driscoll

In this first extensive Jungian treatment of Milton’s major poems, James P. Driscoll uses archetypal psychology to explore Milton’s great themes of God, man, woman, and evil and offers readers deepened understanding of Jung’s profound thoughts on Godhead.

Worldmaking Spenser: Explorations in the Early Modern Age

edited by Patrick Cheney and Lauren Silberman

Worldmaking Spenser reexamines the role of Spenser's work in English history and highlights the richness and complexity of his understanding of place.

John Milton: The Self and the World

by John T. Shawcross

The facts of John Milton's life are well documented, but what of the person Milton—the man whose poetic and prose works have been deeply influential and are still the subject of opposing readings?