Sir Richard Blackmore and the Bible: A Reading of His Physico-theological Poems

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Sir Richard Blackmore (1650_1729) was deeply affected by the Protestant poetic trends in England, which favored the Sacred Scriptures as a source for what was termed 'divine poetry.' His preference also prized the religious poetic trends as a spiritual weapon against vice and atheism. His advocacy of ideas upholding virtue, morality, and Christianity in a world that was undergoing phenomenal changes in its mores served as a backbone for the renewal and strengthening of the increasing popularity of divine poetry. This work further explores the Bible's influence on Blackmore's physico-theological poems, his personal notions of a Creator, and his scientific ideas.

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Michela Pizzol Giacomini graduated Cum Laude from Ca'Foscari University in Venice, Italy and holds a Ph.D. in Languages and Literary Studies. She is a tutor and continues her research in the Bible, the English language and literature.

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