Literary Theory/Renaissance Texts
Patricia A. Parker, David Quint, Professor David Quint, Professor Patricia Parker
Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986 - 399 ページ
The editors of this book have brought together a collection of first-rate essays that display the range and fecundity of contemporary theory.--Ralph Flores, Philosophy and Literature.
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