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Edmund Spenser in Context

(Literature in Context)

Escobedo, Andrew (EDT)

Cambridge Univ Pr 2016/10
384 p. illustrations ; 24 cm.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781107094536
装丁違いISBN: 1107476577
KCN: 1025407795
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Annotation

New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2016. The essays in this volume are long enough to offer a rich introduction to the topic but are short enough for 37 of them to be included, so the book fills the gap between an encyclopaedia and a traditional anthology of long essays.

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Scholars and students alike sometimes find Spenser's allusions and allegorical mode of writing baffling. This essay collection approaches the contexts of Spenser's poetry in several crucial ways, examining the environment in which he lived, the genres which he drew upon and the influences which helped fashion his art.
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Table of Contents

Introduction Andrew Escobedo; Part I. Spenser's Environment: 1. Pedagogy, education, and early career Andrew Wallace; 2. Laureate career-fashioning William A. Oram; 3. Patrons Richard McCabe; 4. Church controversy Gregory Kneidel; 5. Figures of Elizabeth Anna Riehl Bertolet; 6. Publication and the book marketplace Andrew Zurcher; 7. Colonialism and the New World Brian Lockey; 8. Colonialism and Irish plantation Thomas Herron; 9. Spenser's Irish circle Willy Maley; 10. Land, boundaries, and borders Philip Schwyzer; Part II. Genre and Craft: 11. Epic David Quint; 12. Pastoral Katherine Little; 13. Romance Clare Kinney; 14. The Bible and biblical hermeneutics Jamie Ferguson; 15. Allegory: theory and practice Judith H. Anderson; 16. Complaint and satire William Kerwinl; 17. Renaissance literary theory Gordon Teskey; 18. Renaissance rhetorical theory Michael Hetherington; 19. Poetry and the Commonwealth Cathy Shrank; 20. Poetical history John E. Curran, Jr; 21. Premodern literary character Andrew Escobedo; 22. Prosody Paul J. Hecht; Part III. Influences and Analogues: 23. Virgil David Scott Wilson-Okamura; 24. Ovid Syrithe Pugh; 25. Petrarch Patrick Cheney; 26. Chaucer Craig A. Berry; 27. The Sidney circle Mary Ellen Lamb; 28. Spenser's French connection Anne Lake Prescott; 29. Plato and Platonism William Junker; 30. Aristotle and the virtues Joe Moshenska; 31. Protestant theology and devotion Beth Quitslund; 32. Emblem and iconography Sarah Howe; 33. Saints, legends, and calendars Susannah Brietz Monta; 34. Cosmology and cosmography Ayesha Ramachandran; 35. Early modern ecology Julian Yates; 36. Sex and eroticism in the Renaissance Melissa E. Sanchez; 37. Gender in the 1590 Faerie Queene Kimberly Anne Coles; Further reading; Index.

Subject:Spenser, Edmund,