James Hirsh

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The thesis investigates the role of nature in John Milton's Paradise Lost. By looking at seventeenth-century texts concerning the decay of nature by Godfrey Goodman and George Hakewill, this thesis strives to determine how Milton's poetry engaged in a contemporary debate. The thesis begins with an examination of Goodman and Hakewill's texts alongside(More)
Existing scholarship on Thomas Middleton and Thomas Dekker's The Roaring Girl, or Moll Cutpurse primarily focuses on the title character and her unconventional gender presentation. This highlighting of Moll deemphasizes the other intriguing aspects of the play, including its thematic concerns involving issues of prejudice, reputation, gender, class,(More)
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