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finding list of political poems referring to English affairs of the 13. and 14. centuries.
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The subjects represented include mercantilism, slavery, social conditions, European colonialism, Chartism, technological advances, demography, political theory, and Irish-English relations.The seventeenth and eighteenth centuries were both turbulent and polite; it was an age of virtuosos and pretenders; of [ libertinism and enlightenment, of reason and romanticism.
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