The second edition of this popular volume will include Chaucer’s “To Rosamond,” an expanded selection from Sidney’s Astrophil and Stella, and additional material from Elizabeth I. The new edition will also off er an expanded selection from Paradise Lost, selections from Pope’s Essay on Criticism, and a new Contexts section on transatlantic literary currents.
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