‘Still-Breeding Thoughts’: Richard II and the Exile’s Creative Failure
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The exile is seen as a kind of anti-poet, the opposite of the figure of the poet at the feet of his lord, the centre of society, who binds words and weaves sounds to make language. The exile is an unbinder, an undoer, and an uncreator.1
KeywordsBody Politic Henry VIII English Settler Disparate Element Henrie IIII
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