He now became a pamphleteer
in support of King William and the Whigs.
Polyglot, of unknown parentage, of indefinite nationality, anarchist, with a pedantic and ferocious temperament, and an amazingly inflammatory capacity for invective, he was a power in the background, this violent pamphleteer
clamouring for revolutionary justice, this Julius Laspara, editor of the
You have, perhaps, yourself written pamphlets without severely persecuting pamphleteers
Analysis of these texts might have produced a conventional microhistory, but Lake and Stephens have exposed in greater depth the factional religious environment of what one pamphleteer
called "the torrid zone of Northamptonshire" on the eve of the English Revolution.
In doing so, he hopes to uncover the identity of his nemesis, the anonymous pamphleteer
Regarded as second only to Shakespeare, Milton, a Puritan, political pamphleteer
, and advocate of freedom of the press, was also the author of the well-known and sublime Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained, and Samson Agonistes, dictated when he was totally blind.
At a deeper level, she positions Dekker the pamphleteer
as a writer responsive to trends and tropes of his own time, locating him as part of a circle that also included Ben Jonson and whose members were appreciative of the rhetoric about peace that was part of James I's reign, rather than the chivalric and militaristic tone of nostalgia that characterised Elizabeth's.
The Montblanc Writers Edition 2014, Daniel Defoe pays tribute to the prolific novelist, pamphleteer
It's the People's Agenda, sir," responded the neatly dressed young pamphleteer
He was an indefatigable pamphleteer
and platform speaker: James Callaghan, the former Prime Minister, described Menon as "the embodiment of the movement within Britain for India's freedom".
Later a confidant of Robert Owen, Godwin outlived the period of his greatest popularity (to circa 1805) by many decades, eking out a living as a children's author, novelist, and pamphleteer
but often perilously close to the breadline in his later years.
What their inspirational pamphleteer
, Thomas Paine, said then, applies now: "These are the times that try men's souls" (women's, too).