- English Poetry in the Seventeenth Century (Critical Survey of Poetry: Topical Essays)
- Explicating Poetry: World Poets (Critical Survey of Poetry: World Poets)
- To His Coy Mistress (Masterplots II: Poetry Series)
- The Definition of Love (Masterplots II: Poetry, Revised Edition)
- The Mower, Against Gardens (Masterplots II: Poetry, Revised Edition)
- On Mr. Milton's "Paradise Lost" (Masterplots II: Poetry, Revised Edition)
- Bermudas (Masterplots II: Poetry, Revised Edition)
- To His Coy Mistress (Masterplots, Fourth Edition)
- The Poetry of Marvell (Masterplots, Definitive Revised Edition)
- The Garden (Masterplots II: Poetry, Revised Edition)
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- Author: Andrew Marvell
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In 1672, with the publication of The Rehearsal Transpros’d, Andrew Marvell (MAWR-vuhl) became a pamphleteer. In this animadversion on the works of Samuel Parker, Marvell vigorously supported King Charles II’s stand in favor of religious toleration. No other work by Marvell was so widely received in his lifetime as this urbane, witty, slashing satire. According to Marvell’s contemporary Gilbert Burnet, “From the King down to the tradesman, his books were read with great pleasure.” Parker’s counterattack quickly engendered Marvell’s...
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