Soundings of Things Done: Essays in Early Modern Literature in Honor of S.K. Heninger, Jr
The twelve essays gathered in this work are on the literature of the early modern period in honor of S. K. Heninger, Jr., professor emeritus of English at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. The essays proceed on the assumption that works of imaginative literature possess a definable ontology.
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