The Discontented Cavalier

Denied " the Idolatrous Ceremonies " of " Popish Innovations " by his father , the youthful cavalier flies " in a dudgeon and discontent " from the true church and walks after the lusts of the flesh . " Falling in with the debaucht ...

The Discontented Cavalier

Author: Robert Wilcher

Publisher: Associated University Presse

ISBN: 9780874139969

Page: 445

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Presents a study of the literary output of Sir John Suckling. This work reconstructs the various contexts in which the poems, plays, letters, and prose tracts were produced and, reveals the nature of one writer's engagement - both creative and subversive - with the social, religious, political, and cultural dimensions of Caroline England.

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