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Lewis approached his translation similarly to the method he praises in the fifteenth-century Scots translation by Gavin Douglas in his volume in the Oxford History of English Literature series: not to render every word literally, but to capture the overall meaning and spirit.
by Stephen Regan (London: Taylor & Francis, 2001); Andrew Sanders, Charles Dickens (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003) and The Short Oxford History of English Literature (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000); J.
There are two books in the loo: a collected Chaucer and the Oxford History of English Literature (second edition).
Hunter, drawing on some materials from his recent and crucial volume in The Oxford History of English Literature (The Age of Shakespeare), discusses the "theatrical politics" of Shakespearean comedy from 1590-1610, observing that the symbiotic relationship between Shakespeare's company and the physical theater meant that the "King's Men made the Blackfriars the most successful theater in London and the Blackfriars made the Kings Men the wealthiest and longest lived of the London companies" (250).