Sea-mark: The Metaphorical Voyage, Spenser to Milton
Liverpool University Press, 1997 - 227 pages
An original study of the use made by a number of major writers in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England of the metaphor of the voyage, showing how powerfully it operated, and how fundamental it is for our proper understanding of some of the best-known works of Renaissance literature.
"This well-written and jargon-free book is recommended for academic libraries supporting both undergraduates and advanced students and scholars."—Choice
"... an interesting and worthwhile read for both scholars and students."—Early Modern Literary Studies
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