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MUSE Project - SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900
The SEL concentrates on four areas of UK literary work in alternating quaterly editions: Renaissance English, Tudor and Stuart drama, restoration and eighteenth century and nineteenth century. Publishers choose scholarly, legible contributions that make a significant contribution to the comprehension of UK literary works from 1500 to 1900. The reader could find in a book an excuse to attribute a previously unfamiliar work to Shakespeare or to de-attribute a well-known work from Milton, a survey of the interrelations between classes and genres in restoration theatre, an inter-disciplinary examination of the arts of mini- and fielding-fiction, or a theory of the "material sublime" of feminine romance poesy.