Owen Feltham | Criticism

This literature criticism consists of approximately 69 pages of analysis & critique of Owen Feltham.
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SOURCE: Pebworth, Ted-Larry. “Resolves: Divine, Moral, Political,” “A Brief Character of the Low-Countries,” and “The Poetry.” In Owen Felltham, pp. 26-35; 71-85; 86-126. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1976.

In the first excerpt below, Pebworth concentrates on the religious themes in Felltham's Resolves. In the second, he discusses the influence and themes of A Brief Character of the Low-Countries. In the third, he discusses Felltham's poems on religion, politics, and love.

Resolves: Divine, Moral, Political

In its totality, Resolves: Divine, Morall, Politicall is a collection of two hundred eighty-five short prose works of various kinds.1 Subjects discussed in the book are almost as numerous as the essays themselves, and the pieces—each of which may be read independently of the others—are arranged in no thematic order. Resolves obviously is not a book to be read from beginning to end; instead, it is one “to be tasted.” In fact, since the...

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