Reading Green in Early Modern England

Reading Green in Early Modern England

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Ranging across contexts from early modern optics and olfaction to horticultural grafting and herbal health care, this book offers a cultural history of a color. It mines many pages from the period-not literally but tropically, metaphorically green-that cultivate a variety of unexpected meanings of green and the atmosphere and powers it exuded in the early modern world.a€œMarvella#39;s Use of Sylvestera#39;s du Bartas, ii.iv.4.a€ Notes And ... Poems by the Most Deservedly Admired Mrs. Katherine Philips, the Matchless Orinda. london, 1678. Pliny, the ... Humane Industry, Or, A History of Most Manual Arts. london, 1661.

Title:Reading Green in Early Modern England
Author: Dr Leah Knight
Publisher:Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2014-03-28

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