Nswer the 2 questions from document provided. About 17 and 18 century english literature


Please complete the 2 questions about the 17th and 18th century literature. This is not a paper, rather essays based on the questions. Each answer should be a page long. I will provide you with the questions and a document regarding the questions. If you need the reading material, I can provide you with most of it. Please follow directions as much as possible. this is very important and I would do it myself, but I have 3 other exams today and need more time. This is a take home exam...

Take Home EXAM English 21A (17th and 18th Centuries)

-State your claims clearly and support your claims with discussion of the literary texts
-Remember to define or explain any large, vague terms that you use in your answers.

Answer both questions:

1. Describe a trajectory of changing relations between author and audience from the early 17thC to the late 18thC. Discuss at least four literary texts (two from Samuels, two from Ollman) in support of your answer.

2. How do some of the thematic preoccupations of literature change from early 17thC through late 18thC? Discuss at least four literary texts (two from Samuels, two from Ollman) in support of your answer.

You can use any texts that were read in the course, but here are some examples of texts (to jog your memory).

John Davies,  to the Queen
Thomas Campion,  When to her lute Corinna Sings
Ben Jonson, To Sir William Sidney, on his Birthday
Ben Jonson,  To Penhurst
John Donne,  To his Mistresse Going to Bed
John Donne,  What if this present were the word s last night
George Herbert,  Love III
Mary Sidney, Psalm translation, 139
Francis Bacon,  Of Studies
Charles I, Proclamation, 1637
Andrew Marvell,  Horatian Ode
Abiezer Coppe, excerpt from  A Fiery Flying Roll
John Milton, Areopagitica
John Milton, Paradise Lost
Gerrard Winstanley, The Levellers Standard
George Herbert,  Virtue
Richard Lovelace,  The Grass-hopper

Rochester,  Satire Against Reason and Mankind
Aphra Behn, Oroonoko
Mary Delariviere Manley,  The Wife s Revenge
Anne Finch
Margaret Cavendish
Anne Killigrew
Jonathan Swift, Gulliver s Travels, Book 4
William Hogarth (can be considered a  writer, if you wish)
James Boswell, Life of Johnson
Richard Sheridan, School for Scandal
Horace Walpole, Castle of Otranto
Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey