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  • Title: England and Englishness: Ideas of Nationhood in English Poetry, 1688-1900
  • Author: John Charles Lucas
  • ISBN: 9780877452751
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Hardcover

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About "John Charles Lucas"

  1. John Charles Lucas

    John Lucas is a poet, critic, biographer, translator and literary historian He was born in Devon in 1937 He was a Professor English at universities throughout the world, and a Professor Emeritus at the Universities of Loughborough and Nottingham Trent.He has written over 40 books and has been the editor publisher of Shoestring Press since 1994.

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