Alexander G. Gonzalez (essay date 1994)
SOURCE: "Antithesis and Resolution in the Character of Andrew Marvell's Cromwell and Fairfax," in CLA Journal, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 1, September 1994, pp. 87-96.
[In the following essay, Gonzalez compares "Horatian Ode " with "Upon Appleton House," arguing that rather than being diametric opposites, Cromwell and Fairfax as described by Marvell share numerous elements.]
About twenty years ago James Carscallen made some insightful and extremely useful observations about Andrew Marvell's poetry. Although I do not...
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