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A new companion to English Renaissance literature and culture [electronic resource] / edited by Michael Hattaway.


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Malden : Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Blackwell companions to literature and culture
1 online resource (1216)
English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
England -- Civilization -- 16th century -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
England -- Civilization -- 17th century -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Renaissance -- England -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Title Page
Copyright Page
Tablae of Contents
Volume I
List of Illustrations
Chapter 1: Introduction
Part One: Contexts, Readings, and Perspectives c. 1500c. 1650
Chapter 2: The English Language of the Early Modern Period
Chapter 3: Literacy and Education
Chapter 4: Rhetoric
Chapter 5: History
Chapter 6: Metaphor and Culture in Renaissance England
Chapter 7: Early Tudor Humanism
Chapter 8: Platonism, Stoicism, Scepticism, and Classical Imitation
Chapter 9: Translation
Chapter 10: Mythology
Chapter 11: Scientific Writing
Chapter 12: Publication
Chapter 13: Early Modern Handwriting
Chapter 14: The Manuscript Transmission of Poetry
Chapter 15: Poets, Friends, and Patrons
Chapter 16: Law
Chapter 17: Spenser8217;s Faerie Queene , Book 5
Chapter 18: 8216;Law Makes the King8217;
Chapter 19: Donne, Milton, and the Two Traditions of Religious Liberty
Chapter 20: Court and Coterie Culture
Chapter 21: Courtship and Counsel
Chapter 22: Bacon8217;s 8216;Of Simulation and Dissimulation8217;
Chapter 23: The Literature of the Metropolis
Chapter 24: Tales of the City
Chapter 25: 8216;An Emblem of Themselves8217;
Chapter 26: Literary Gardens, from More to Marvell
Chapter 27: English Reformations
Chapter 28: Translations of the Bible
Chapter 29: Lancelot Andrewes8217; Good Friday 1604 Sermon
Chapter 30: Theological Writings and Religious Polemic
Chapter 31: Catholic Writings
Chapter 32: Sectarian Writing
Chapter 33: The English Broadside Print c.1550c.1650
Chapter 34: The Writing of Travel
Chapter 35: England8217;s Experiences of Islam
Chapter 36: Reading the Body
Chapter 37: Physiognomy
Chapter 38: Dreams and Dreamers
Volume II
List of Illustrations
Part Two: Genres and Modes
Chapter 39: Theories of Literary Kinds
Chapter 40: The Position of Poetry
Chapter 41: Epic
Chapter 42: Playhouses, Performances, and the Role of Drama
Chapter 43: Continuities between 8216;Medieval8217; and 8216;Early Modern8217; Drama
Chapter 44: Kyd8217;s The Spanish Tragedy
Chapter 45: Boys8217; Plays
Chapter 46: Drama of the Inns of Court
Chapter 47: 8216;Tied to rules of flattery8217;? Court Drama and the Masque
Chapter 48: Women and Drama
Chapter 49: Political Plays
Chapter 50: Jacobean Tragedy
Chapter 51: Caroline Theatre
Chapter 52: John Ford, Mary Wroth, and the Final Scene of8217;Tis Pity She8217;s a Whore
Chapter 53: Local Drama and Custom
Chapter 54: The Critical Elegy
Chapter 55: Allegory
Chapter 56: Pastoral
Chapter 57: Romance
Chapter 58: Love Poetry
Chapter 59: Music and Poetry
Chapter 60: Wyatt8217;s 8216;Who so list to hunt8217;
Chapter 61: The Heart of the Labyrinth
Chapter 62: Ovidian Erotic Poems
Chapter 63: John Donne8217;s Nineteenth Elegy
Chapter 64: Traditions of Complaint and Satire
Chapter 65: Folk Legends and Wonder Tales
Chapter 66: 8216;Such pretty things would soon be gone8217;
Chapter 67: Religious Verse
Chapter 68: Herbert8217;s 8216;The Elixir8217;
Chapter 69: Conversion and Poetry in Early Modern England
Chapter 70: Prose Fiction
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Electronic reproduction. Hoboken, N.J. Available via World Wide Web.
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Hattaway, Michael.
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