Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Closing Discussion

Ask yourself this: what seems to be the defining conceptual conflict of seventeenth-century literary culture?

Think hard and think creatively. A conflict of this sort can take many forms. It could be a conflict between body and soul, for example, or individuality and collectivity, or freedom and obedience, or tradition and innovation.

This question should form the substance of our final conversation.

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