Christopher Smart and Satire: 'Mary Midnight' and the Midwife
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008 - 231 halaman
Min Wild explores the lively and idiosyncratic world of satire in the 18th-century periodical, focusing on the way that writers adopted personae to engage with debates taking place during the British Enlightenment. She takes Christopher Smart's underexplored 'Midwife' as her primary source.
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