Andrew Marvell, the Critical Heritage

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Contents
PREFACE xvpage
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xvi
NOTE ON THE TEXT xvii
INTRODUCTION 1
Polemicist in Prose Contemporary and Later Comments 1673-1894 A With Samuel Parker
1 RICHARD LEIGH on the Rehearsal Transpros’d, 1673 28
2 SAMUEL PARKER’S first response, 1673 36
3 EDMUND HICKERINGILL on the Rehearsal Transpros’d, 1673 40
4 [?JOSEPH GLANVILL] on the Rehearsal Transpros’d, 1674 42
5 An anonymous comment on the author of the Rehearsal Transpros’d, 1674 45
6 ROCHESTER on the Parker controversy, c. 1674-5 47
7 ROBERT MCWARD comments on Parker and Marvell, 1677 48
8 THOMAS LONG comments on the Transproser, 1678 49
9 BISHOP BURNET on the Parker controversy 50
(a) from An Enquiry into the Reasons for Abrogating the Test, 1678 50
(b) from his History of My Own Time, before 1715 51
(c) from A Supplement to his History51
10 ANTHONY À WOOD from Athenae Oxonienses, 1691-2 52
11 DEAN SWIFT’S allusion to the controversy, 1710 54
12 ISAAC DISRAELI on the Parker controversy, 1814 56
B With Francis Turner
13 BISHOP CROFT’S letter to Marvell, 1676 64
14 An anonymous poetic tribute, c. 1689 66
15 W. P. KER on the superiority of Mr. Smirke, 1894 67
C With Roger L’Estrange
16 An anonymous notice from A Letter from Amsterdam, 1678 70

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