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Rochester, Mennes, Pepys, Urquhart and the sense of dis-ordure
Peter J. Smith

but fated buggery implies that Rochester was fully aware of, and antipathetic towards, the moral bankruptcy of the Stuart court. Indeed Hammond goes so far as to conclude that Rochester’s depiction of homosexual relations is ultimately reactionary, even condemnatory: ‘It is a way of conceptualising sex between men which would surely have satisfied the most censorious Restoration divine.’ 88

in Between two stools
Robert Shaughnessy

between men in the UK, was not so much rejected as not even countenanced. 7 Audrey (Anthony Hopkins) and Touchstone (Derek Jacobi) in rehearsal, the National Theatre, 1967 Williams’s insistence that there had been ‘no female

in As You Like It
Marvell and the neo- Laudians
Martin Dzelzainis

, 133, 141, 146, 148, 158. 9 Thomas Hobbes, Six Lessons to the Professors of the Mathematiques (London, 1656), p. 56. 10 Mark Goldie, ‘John Locke and Anglican Royalism’, Political Studies, 31.1 (1983), 61–​85 (p. 67). 11 Nicholas von Maltzahn, ‘Samuel Butler’s Milton’, Studies in Philology, 92 (1995), 482–​95. 12 See Paul Hammond, Figuring Sex between Men from Shakespeare to Rochester (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 191–​95, and Derek Hirst and Steven N. Zwicker, Andrew Marvell, Orphan of the Hurricane (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp

in From Republic to Restoration
Lord Rochester andRestoration modernity
Matthew C. Augustine

discussion thereof, pp. 56–102. On attribution and censorship in the early editions, see P. Hammond, Figuring Sex between Men from Shakespeare to Rochester (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2002), pp. 241–54, and The Making of Restoration Poetry (Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 2006), pp. 28–48, 190–212. On the politics of refining Rochester, see R. Robertson and G. Libhart, ‘Castrating Rochester: the politics of the poems in the 1680s’, HLQ , 75:4 (2012), pp. 503–25. 35 The Poetical Works of that Witty LORD John Earl of Rochester (London, 1761); its

in Aesthetics of contingency
Making and unmaking a Whig Marvell
Matthew C. Augustine

); Anon., Sober Reflections, or, a Solid Confutation of Mr. Andrew Marvel’s Works, in a Letter Ab Ignoto ad Ignotum (London, 1673). 10 See P. Hammond, Figuring Sex between Men from Shakespeare to Rochester (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 186–204; D. Hirst and S. N. Zwicker, Andrew Marvell, Orphan of the Hurricane (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), esp. Chs. 2–3; and N. Smith, Andrew Marvell: The Chameleon (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2010), esp. pp. 246–78. 11 As seen in Marvell’s rebuff of

in Aesthetics of contingency