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Katherine Philips : friendship, poetry and neo-platonic thought in seventeenth century England

Llewellyn, Mark (2002) Katherine Philips : friendship, poetry and neo-platonic thought in seventeenth century England. Philological Quarterly, 81 (4). pp. 441-468. ISSN 0031-7977

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Abstract

In the following essay, Llewellyn argues that Philips's friendship poetry is closely tied to a male tradition stemming from Plato, and, further, that it is engaged in contemporary philosophical debates about politics, philosophy, and religion.