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Marvell Studies
16 Publications
OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)


  • What’s the Problem with the Dutch? Andrew Marvell, the Trade Wars, Toleration, and the Dutch Republic

    Zwicker, Steven N. (2018)
    You could be excused for thinking that rather than an Englishman, Andrew Marvell might better have been born a Dutchman in the republic’s golden age – an era of religious toleration and commercial ascendance, of fiscal accountability and civic transparency, and of particular brilliance in the painterly arts of landscape and portraiture. There are moments in his career when Marvell seems in thrall to Dutch naval prowess, a strong advocate of confederacy with the States General against the univ...

    Marvell, Europe and Cultural Negotiations – Introduction

    Chardin, Jean-Jacques; Curelly, Laurent (2017)
    This is the introduction to the first volume of Andrew Marvell and Europe.

    Literalizing Value: Poetry, Evaluation, and the Market in Marvell’s ‘The Last Instructions’

    Netzley, Ryan (2018)
    Andrew Marvell’s poetic choices, especially his tendency to literalize metaphors, reveal a dissatisfaction with the growing prevalence of market exchanges in seventeenth-century England. Although his verse satire ‘The Last Instructions to a Painter’ defends trade against the encroachments of the excise tax, as would be characteristic of a member of Parliament, it also demonstrates a striking aversion to comparative evaluation. ‘The Last Instructions’ also provides an important supplement to r...

    Andrew Marvell: Traveling Tutor

    Raylor, Timothy (2017)
    It is well known that Marvell tutored the daughter of Thomas, Lord Fairfax, at Nun Appleton at the start of the 1650s. This article attempts to shed light on his less well-known stints of tutoring young gentlemen in the late 1640s and mid-1650s. It establishes the distinctive characteristics of the traveling tutor, responsible for the education and governance of a young gentleman on the tour. And it considers the opportunities for advancement, in both private and public service, presented by ...

    Justus Lipsius, Andrew Marvell, and Epistolary Style

    McDowell, Sean H. (2017)
    While Marvell’s letters provide an invaluable resource for Marvell’s life and milieu, they also must be understood as carefully crafted artifacts in their own right, illuminating in their artistry as well as in the information they convey. This essay demonstrates the influence of the Epistolica Institutio (1591), by Belgian humanist Justus Lipsius, on Marvell’s approach to letter-writing, especially in the ways in which Marvell accommodates his stylistic choices to specific rhetorical occasio...
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