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Bryan Adams Hampton is the Dorothy and James D. Kennedy Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor of English at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

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"Hampton's Fleshly Tabernacles is an interesting exposition of how Milton's Christology shaped his reading, writing, and politics. It focuses on the Incarnation as a central preoccupation throughout Milton's oeuvre and how Incarnational thinking was applied to such disparate realms as poetics, aesthetics, hermeneutics, and economics. . . . Hampton's book can be praised for its boldness, and the requisite command of the Miltonic corpus required to sustain such a sweeping argument is impressive." -Sixteenth Century Journal
"Fleshly Tabernacles is an important investigation of the Incarnation in Milton's thought and works and in revolutionary England, especially in the 1640s and 1650s. This is a learned, often powerful, and conceptually rich study of an important topic in its broad cultural context. Bryan Adams Hampton makes an original contribution to the field of seventeenth-century literary and religious studies." -- David Loewenstein, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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