A George Herbert Companion (Routledge Revivals) by Robert H. Ray

By Robert H. Ray

First released in 1995, this name offers the reader with a compendium of important details for any reader of George Herbert to have to hand. It comprises key biographical details, situates the poetry in its ancient and cultural context, and, the place acceptable, explains theological options and traditions that have an instantaneous referring to the verse. the purpose all through is to augment realizing and appreciation, with out being exhaustive.


A George Herbert significant other will be of such a lot use to common readers and undergraduate scholars coming to this poetry for the 1st time, and may curiosity scholars of Anglican Caroline theology and hymnology.

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