'“This briny ocean will o'erflow your shore“?: Anne Bradstreet's “Second World“? Atlanticism and national narratives of literary history.' Symbiosis, 3.2 (October 1999) 99—118

Author: Gillespie, Katharine

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This essay was first published in Symbiosis: a Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations
 
 
 
 

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Anne Bradstreet; Atlanticism; national narratives; The Tenth Muse; New England; Mary Sidney Herbert; Sir Thomas Gates; Quaternions; Thomas Dudley; Mother England; The Resurrection of the Witness; Simon Bradstreet; Narraganset

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