Melvil Decimal System: 821.3093
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Later 18th century 1745-1800
Early 19th century 1800-37
Victorian period 1837-1900
Works under MDS 821.3093
- Classical and Christian Ideas in English Renaissance Poetry by Isabel Rivers
- Poetry and Politics in the English Renaissance by David Norbrook
- The Poetry of Religious Sorrow in Early Modern England by Gary Kuchar
- Manuscript Verse Collectors and the Politics of Anti-Courtly Love Poetry by Joshua Eckhardt
- The Devotional Poetry of Donne, Herbert, and Milton (Christian Guides to the Classics) by Leland Ryken
- Poetry and Politics under the Stuarts by C. V. Wedgwood
- Poetry and the Realm of Politics: Shakespeare to Dryden by Howard Erskine-Hill
- English mercuries : soldier poets in the age of Shakespeare by Adam N. McKeown
- Poetry and Paternity in Renaissance England: Sidney, Spenser, Shakespeare, Donne and Jonson by Tom MacFaul
- Posthumous Love: Eros and the Afterlife in Renaissance England by Ramie Targoff
- Poetry of Contemplation - Donne, Herbert, Vaughan and the Modern Period by Arthur L. Clements
- Epic, epitome, and the early modern historical imagination by Chloe Wheatley
- Feeling Pleasures: Sense of Touch in Renaissance England by Joseph Moshenska
- Poetry and the Cromwellian Protectorate: Culture, Politics, and Institutions by Edward Holberton
- Overheard by God : fiction and prayer in Herbert, Milton, Dante, and St. John by A. D. Nuttall
- Barbarous Antiquity: Reorienting the Past in the Poetry of Early Modern England by Miriam Jacobson
- The story of all things : writing the self in English Renaissance narrative poetry by Marshall Grossman
- Time's Witness: Historical Representation in English Poetry, 1603-1660 by Gerald M. MacLean
- The Rhetoric of the Conscience in Donne, Herbert, and Vaughan by Ceri Sullivan
- Autobiography and authorship in Renaissance verse : chronicles of the self by Elizabeth Heale
- Gender, Sexuality, and Material Objects in English Renaissance Verse (Women and Gender in the Early Modern World) by Pamela S. Hammons
- Court poetry in late medieval England and Scotland allegories of authority by Antony Hasler
- PASSION MADE PUBLIC: Elizabethan Lyric, Gender, and Performance by Diana E. Henderson
- The Reinvention of Love: Poetry, Politics and Culture from Sidney to Milton by Anthony Low
- Poetic Relations: Intimacy and Faith in the English Reformation by Constance M. Furey
- The Poetry of Immanence: Sacrament in Donne and Herbert by Robert Whalen
- Quoting Death in Early Modern England: The Poetics of Epitaphs Beyond the Tomb (Early Modern Literature in History) by Scott L. Newstok
- Pencils rhetorique : Renaissance poets and the art of painting by Judith Dundas
- Pastoral and the poetics of self-contradiction : Theocritus to Marvell by Judith Haber
- The Catholic Imaginary and the Cults of Elizabeth, 1558-1582 by Stephen Hamrick
- Renaissance Discourses of Desire by Renaissance Conference 1998 (University of Michiga
- Magical Imaginations by Genevieve Guenther
- Conflicts of devotion : liturgical poetics in sixteenth and seventeenth century England by Daniel R. Gibbons
- Refiguring the Sacred Feminine: The Poems of John Donne, Aemilia Lanyer, and John Milton (Medieval & Renaissance Literar by Theresa M. Dipasquale
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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