Notes, Christopher Hill

Scope and Content

Notes, Christopher Hill: preparation of Margot Heinemann's essay 'How the words get on the page: Christopher Hill and Seventeenth Century literary studies', in C. Eley and W. Hunt (eds) Reviving the English Revolution: Reflections and Elaborations on the work of Christopher Hill (New York 1988) 73-98, general notes and main points of the essay, censorship, John Milton, science and society, Andrew Marvell, Christopher Hill and literary criticism, John Bunyan, Samuel Richardson's Clarissa, Hill's Neale lecture; draft MS of Margot Heinemann's essay 'How the words get on the page: Christopher Hill and Seventeenth Century literary studies', in C. Eley and W. Hunt (eds) Reviving the English Revolution: Reflections and Elaborations on the work of Christopher Hill (New York 1988) 73-98; correspondence with G. Eley and W. Hunt, editors of Reviving the English Revolution: Reflections and Elaborations on the work of Christopher Hill (New York 1988) concerning production of the book and list of contributors; published essays by Christopher Hill; published reviews of Christopher Hill's work; transcript of interview with Christopher Hill by Penny Corfield; published correspondence concerning review by Professor JH Hexter of Hill's Change and Continuity in Seventeenth Century England comprising Hexter's original review, reply by Hill, reply by Hexter and letters by Margot Heinemann, Eric Hobsbawm, Perez Zagorin and G. Hammersley 1975; correspondence relating to Blair Worden's review of Hill's Milton and the English Revolution and reading lists for Milton course at Cambridge 1982; letters to Margot Heinemann from Christopher Hill 1971-1989

See also HEIN/4/14