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Passion's Triumph over ReasonA History of the Moral Imagination from Spenser to Rochester$

Christopher Tilmouth

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List of Abbreviations

  • 17C

    The Seventeenth Century

  • ELR

    English Literary Renaissance

  • HJ

    The Historical Journal

  • HLQ

    Huntington Library Quarterly

  • HPT

    History of Political Thought

  • JEGP

    Journal of English and Germanic Philology

  • JHI

    Journal of the History of Ideas

  • MLR

    The Modern Language Review

  • MP

    Modern Philology

  • MStud

    Milton Studies

  • NQ

    Notes and Queries

  • PQ

    Philological Quarterly

  • RES

    The Review of English Studies

  • RQ

    Renaissance Quarterly

  • SEL

    Studies in English Literature 1500–1900

  • SP

    Studies in Philology

  • SQ

    Shakespeare Quarterly

  • SStud

    Shakespeare Studies

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