By C. Hugh Holman
The fourth variation of "A guide to Literature" edited through C. Hugh Holman. An critical reference paintings for all scholars of literature, specifically these in English and American literature.
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By association the name has come to represent any court of final authority. In this sense Milton used the term in his Areopagitica, addressed to the British parliament on the question of censorship and the licensing of books. "The Areopagus" is the name used for what some literary historians believe was a sort of liter ary club existing in London shortly before 1580, supposed to be analogous with the Pl|iade group in France. g Gabriel Harvey, Sir Philip Sidney, Edmund Spenser, and Sir Edward Dyer, engaged in a on the principles of classical pnosopv.