Title: The Enemy's Country: Words, Contexture, and Other Circumstances of Language
Binding: Paper Back
Book Condition: New
Publisher: Stanford University Press January 1995
0804723680 / 9780804723688
Seller ID: 20070607106479
Hill incorporates the life and works of such seventeenth-century writers as Donne, Dryden, Hobbes and Izaak Walton into trenchant discussions of how language can embody faith, and how the poetic imagination copes with the tension between public politics and private lyricism and between economics and solitude.