miscellany

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A renovated antiquarianism then sets the stage for an identification of the antiquary and the miscellanist in a more intellectual register, and the two fuse in D'Israeli's model of the "man of letters" as a cultivator of knowledge.
Miscellanists by definition present a problem of categorization.
The verse collected together in a highly successful miscellany by many authors, The Paradise of Dainty Devices, first printed in 1576 and reprinted nine times in the Elizabethan period, illustrates many of the characteristics of the desired speaking voice of the mid-century miscellanists.
Although such a family-values literature might seem oppressive, Benedict shows how miscellanists exulted in the freakish variety of popular taste.