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From the Publisher"Translations have often proved resistant to close reading, which is why Hamlin's achievment in Part Two of the book is particularly impressive... Hamlin is attempting something more literary than any previous commentator, and he succeeds beautifully in showing that translations can be very original indeed."
The Times Literary Supplement
"Psalm Culture and Early Modern English Literature is clearly and lucidly written."
"This solid and intelligent study will retain its value and inspire further work."
"well researched and readable"
Early Modern Literary Studies
"along with the careful treatment of the translational idiosyncrasies by a wide breadth of authors ranging in renown and gender, Hamlin's monograph does an admirable job of treating both the larger contextual and historical picture as well as the specifics of individual metrical psalm works." - Sara Choi, Boston College