The latest edition to theLongman Annotated English Poetsseries is a complete works of the seventeenth century poet, Andrew Marvell. Marvell's poetry is renowned for its irony, subtlety and allusiveness and Nigel Smith shows how such literary qualities were developed and the various ways in which the complexity of meanings may be interpreted. The aim of this book is to present through commentary and annotation, a full historical and literary context to Marvell's poetry and it does so in its comprehensive and accurately balanced scholarship.In A Poem, hunting for a#39;wild deera#39; (1. ... The First Anniversary answers that call, while A Poem carefully avoids an image of hunting that presents Cromwell in his persecuting ... his decline (and later on Richard Cromwell, the glittering image of his father, has his a#39;beamsa#39; a#39;obscureda#39; by grief for his fathera#39;s death; see also below , 1. ... 21), and later he prefers neither to love nor grieve for his dead daughter (1.
|Title||:||The Poems of Andrew Marvell|
|Author||:||Andrew Marvell, Nigel Smith|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2003|