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A new companion to English Renaissance literature and culture / edited by Michael Hattaway.

Contributor(s): Hattaway, Michael [edt, aui] | Nurmi, Arja [aut] | Brink, Jean R [aut] | Alexander, Gavin [aut] | Collinson, Patrick [aut] | Anderson, Judith H [aut] | Crane, Mary Thomas [aut] | Hutton, Sarah [aut] | Oakley‐Brown, Liz [aut] | Kingsley‐Smith, Jane [aut] | Colclough, David [aut] | O'Callaghan, Michelle [aut] | Ioppolo, Grace [aut] | Marotti, Arthur F [aut] | Robbins, Robin [aut] | Cormack, Bradin [aut] | Anderson, Judith H [aut] | Kirby, Torrance [aut] | Mohamed, Feisal G [aut] | Perry, Curtis [aut] | Walker, Greg [aut] | Dzelzainis, Martin [aut] | Twyning, John A [aut] | Smith, Peter J [aut] | Pohl, Nicole [aut] | Lees‐Jeffries, Hester [aut] | Collinson, Patrick [aut] | Hammond, Gerald [aut] | Harries, Richard [aut] | Hamilton, Donna B [aut] | Miola, Robert S [aut] | Hinds, Hilary [aut] | Jones, Malcolm [aut] | Womack, Peter [aut] | Schmuck, Stephan [aut] | Waldron, Jennifer [aut] | Baumbach, Sibylle [aut] | Levin, Carole [aut] | Roe, John [aut] | Kinney, Arthur F [aut] | Falconer, Rachel [aut] | Hattaway, Michael [aut] | O'Connell, Michael [aut] | Piesse, A. J [aut] | Lamb, Edel [aut] | Nelson, Alan H [aut] | Winston, Jessica [aut] | Knowles, James [aut] | Findlay, Alison [aut] | Longstaffe, Stephen [aut] | Wymer, Rowland [aut] | Booth, Roy [aut] | Bolam, Robyn [aut] | Pettitt, Thomas [aut] | Lyon, John [aut] | Mucci, Clara [aut] | O'Callaghan, Michelle [aut] | Moore, Helen [aut] | Henderson, Diana E [aut] | Lindley, David [aut] | Falconer, Rachel [aut] | Bolam, Robyn [aut] | Sokolova, Boika [aut] | Greer, Germaine [aut] | King, John N [aut] | Pettitt, Thomas [aut] | Jones, Malcolm [aut] | Clarke, Elizabeth [aut] | Weil, Judith [aut] | Murray, Molly [aut] | Hadfield, Andrew [aut] | Lee, John [aut] | Clarke, Elizabeth [aut] | Gibson, Jonathan [aut] | Piesse, A. J [aut] | E. Howard, Jean [aut] | Stevens, Andrea [aut] | Sharpe, James [aut] | Siemon, James R [aut] | Hendricks, Margo [aut] | Royan, Nicola [aut] | Hiltner, Ken [aut].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Blackwell companions to literature and culture.Publisher: Chishester : Wiley Blackwell, cop. 2010Description: 2 sv. ([xxviii], 610, [xii], 613 str.) 26 cm.ISBN: 9781405187626.Subject(s): engleska renesansna književnost | kultura renesanse Engleska
Contents:
CHAPTER 1 Introduction ( Pages: 1-11) / Michael Hattaway
Part One : Contexts, Readings, and Perspectives c.1500‐c.1650
CHAPTER 2 The English Language of the Early Modern Period ( Pages: 13-26) / Arja Nurmi
CHAPTER 3 Literacy and Education ( Pages: 27-37) / Jean R. Brink
CHAPTER 4 Rhetoric ( Pages: 38-54) / Gavin Alexander
CHAPTER 5 History ( Pages: 55-73) / Patrick Collinson
CHAPTER 6 Metaphor and Culture in Renaissance England ( Pages: 74-90) / Judith H. Anderson
CHAPTER 7 Early Tudor Humanism ( Pages: 91-105) / Mary Thomas Crane
CHAPTER 8 Platonism, Stoicism, Scepticism, and Classical Imitation ( Pages: 106-119) / Sarah Hutton
CHAPTER 9 Translation ( Pages: 120-133) / Liz Oakley‐Brown
CHAPTER 10 Mythology ( Pages: 134-149) / Jane Kingsley‐Smith
CHAPTER 11 Scientific Writing ( Pages: 150-159) / David Colclough
CHAPTER 12 Publication: Print and Manuscript ( Pages: 160-176) / Michelle O'Callaghan
CHAPTER 13 Early Modern Handwriting ( Pages: 177-189) / Grace Ioppolo
CHAPTER 14 The Manuscript Transmission of Poetry ( Pages: 190-220) / Arthur F. Marotti
CHAPTER 15 Poets, Friends, and Patrons: Donne and his Circle; Ben and his Tribe ( Pages: 221-247) / Robin Robbins
CHAPTER 16 Law: Poetry and Jurisdiction ( Pages: 248-262) / Bradin Cormack
CHAPTER 17 Spenser's Faerie Queene, Book 5: Poetry, Politics, and Justice ( Pages: 263-273) / Judith H. Anderson
CHAPTER 18 ‘Law Makes the King’: Richard Hooker on Law and Princely Rule ( Pages: 274-288) / Torrance Kirby
CHAPTER 19 Donne, Milton, and the Two Traditions of Religious Liberty (Pages: 289-303) /Feisal G. Mohamed
CHAPTER 20 Court and Coterie Culture (Pages: 304-319) / Curtis Perry
CHAPTER 21 Courtship and Counsel: John Lyly's Campaspe (Pages: 320-328) / Greg Walker
CHAPTER 22 Bacon's ‘Of Simulation and Dissimulation’ (Pages: 329-336) / Martin Dzelzainis
CHAPTER 23 The Literature of the Metropolis (Pages: 337-351) / John A. Twyning
CHAPTER 24 Tales of the City: The Plays of Ben Jonson and Thomas Middleton (Pages: 352-366) / Peter J. Smith
CHAPTER 25 ‘An Emblem of Themselves’: Early Renaissance Country House Poetry (Pages: 367-378) / Nicole Pohl
CHAPTER 26 Literary Gardens, from More to Marvell (Pages: 379-395) / Hester Lees‐Jeffries
CHAPTER 27 English Reformations (Pages: 396-418) / Patrick Collinson
CHAPTER 28 Translations of the Bible (Pages: 419-429) / Gerald Hammond
CHAPTER 29 Lancelot Andrewes' Good Friday 1604 Sermon (Pages: 430-437) / Richard Harries
CHAPTER 30 Theological Writings and Religious Polemic (Pages: 438-448) / Donna B. Hamilton
CHAPTER 31 Catholic Writings (Pages: 449-463) / Robert S. Miola
CHAPTER 32 Sectarian Writing ( Pages: 464-477) / Hilary Hinds
CHAPTER 33 The English Broadside Print, c.1550–c.1650 ( Pages: 478-526) / Malcolm Jones
CHAPTER 34 The Writing of Travel ( Pages: 527-542) / Peter Womack
CHAPTER 35 England's Experiences of Islam ( Pages: 543-556) / Stephan Schmuck Ph.D.
CHAPTER 36 Reading the Body ( Pages: 557-581) / Jennifer Waldron
CHAPTER 37 Physiognomy ( Pages: 582-597) / Sibylle Baumbach Ph.D.
CHAPTER 38 Dreams and Dreamers ( Pages: 598-610) / Carole Levin
Part Two : Genres and Modes
CHAPTER 39 Theories of Literary Kinds ( Pages: 1-14) / John Roe
CHAPTER 40 The Position of Poetry: Making and Defending Renaissance Poetics ( Pages: 15-27) / Arthur F. Kinney
CHAPTER 41 Epic ( Pages: 28-41) / Rachel Falconer
CHAPTER 42 Playhouses, Performances, and the Role of Drama ( Pages: 42-59) / Michael Hattaway
CHAPTER 43 Continuities between ‘Medieval’ and ‘Early Modern’ Drama ( Pages: 60-69) / Michael O'Connell
CHAPTER 44 Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy ( Pages: 70-79) / A. J. Piesse
CHAPTER 45 Boys' Plays ( Pages: 80-93) / Edel Lamb
CHAPTER 46 Drama of the Inns of Court ( Pages: 94-104) / Alan H. Nelson Jessica Winston
CHAPTER 47 ‘Tied to Rules of Flattery’? Court Drama and the Masque ( Pages: 105-122) / James Knowles
CHAPTER 48 Women and Drama ( Pages: 123-140) / Alison Findlay
CHAPTER 49 Political Plays ( Pages: 141-153) / Stephen Longstaffe
CHAPTER 50 Jacobean Tragedy ( Pages: 154-165) / Rowland Wymer
CHAPTER 51 Caroline Theatre ( Pages: 166-175) / Roy Booth
CHAPTER 52 John Ford, Mary Wroth, and the Final Scene of 'Tis Pity She's a Whore ( Pages: 176-183) / Robyn Bolam
CHAPTER 53 Local Drama and Custom ( Pages: 184-203) / Thomas Pettitt
CHAPTER 54 The Critical Elegy ( Pages: 204-213) / John Lyon
CHAPTER 55 Allegory ( Pages: 214-224) / Clara Mucci
CHAPTER 56 Pastoral ( Pages: 225-237) / Michelle O'Callaghan
CHAPTER 57 Romance ( Pages: 238-248) / Helen Moore
CHAPTER 58 Love Poetry ( Pages: 249-263) / Diana E. Henderson
CHAPTER 59 Music and Poetry ( Pages: 264-277) / David Lindley
CHAPTER 60 Wyatt's ‘Who so List to Hunt’ ( Pages: 278-287) / Rachel Falconer
CHAPTER 61 The Heart of the Labyrinth: Mary Wroth's Pamphilia to Amphilanthus ( Pages: 288-298) / Robyn Bolam
CHAPTER 62 Ovidian Erotic Poems ( Pages: 299-316) / Boika Sokolova
CHAPTER 63 John Donne's Nineteenth Elegy ( Pages: 317-325) / Germaine Greer
CHAPTER 64 Traditions of Complaint and Satire ( Pages: 326-340) / John N. King
CHAPTER 65 Folk Legends and Wonder Tales ( Pages: 341-358) / Thomas Pettitt
CHAPTER 66 ‘Such Pretty Things would Soon be Gone’: The Neglected Genres of Popular Verse, 1480–1650 ( Pages: 359-381) / Malcolm Jones
CHAPTER 67 Religious Verse ( Pages: 382-397) / Elizabeth Clarke
CHAPTER 68 Herbert's ‘The Elixir’ ( Pages: 398-406) / Judith Weil
CHAPTER 69 Conversion and Poetry in Early Modern England ( Pages: 407-422) / Molly Murray
CHAPTER 70 Prose Fiction ( Pages: 423-436) / Andrew Hadfield
CHAPTER 71 The English Renaissance Essay: Churchyard, Cornwallis, Florio's Montaigne, and Bacon ( Pages: 437-446) / John Lee
CHAPTER 72 Diaries and Journals ( Pages: 447-452) / Elizabeth Clarke
CHAPTER 73 Letters ( Pages: 453-460) / Jonathan Gibson
Part Three : Issues and Debates
CHAPTER 74 Identity ( Pages: 461-473) / A. J. Piesse
CHAPTER 75 Sexuality: A Renaissance Category? ( Pages: 474-491) / James Knowles
CHAPTER 76 Was There a Renaissance Feminism? ( Pages: 492-501) / Jean E. Howard
CHAPTER 77 Drama as Text and Performance ( Pages: 502-512) / Andrea Stevens
CHAPTER 78 The Debate on Witchcraft ( Pages: 513-522) / James Sharpe BA, D.Phil.
CHAPTER 79 Reconstructing the Past: History, Historicism, Histories ( Pages: 523-534) / James R. Siemon
CHAPTER 80 Race: A Renaissance Category? ( Pages: 535-544) / Margo Hendricks
CHAPTER 81 Writing the Nations ( Pages: 545-554) / Nicola Royan
CHAPTER 82 Early Modern Ecology ( Pages: 555-568) / Ken Hiltner
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CHAPTER 1
Introduction ( Pages: 1-11) / Michael Hattaway

Part One : Contexts, Readings, and Perspectives c.1500‐c.1650

CHAPTER 2
The English Language of the Early Modern Period ( Pages: 13-26) / Arja Nurmi

CHAPTER 3
Literacy and Education ( Pages: 27-37) / Jean R. Brink

CHAPTER 4
Rhetoric ( Pages: 38-54) / Gavin Alexander

CHAPTER 5
History ( Pages: 55-73) / Patrick Collinson

CHAPTER 6
Metaphor and Culture in Renaissance England ( Pages: 74-90) / Judith H. Anderson

CHAPTER 7
Early Tudor Humanism ( Pages: 91-105) / Mary Thomas Crane

CHAPTER 8
Platonism, Stoicism, Scepticism, and Classical Imitation ( Pages: 106-119) / Sarah Hutton

CHAPTER 9
Translation ( Pages: 120-133) / Liz Oakley‐Brown

CHAPTER 10
Mythology ( Pages: 134-149) / Jane Kingsley‐Smith

CHAPTER 11
Scientific Writing ( Pages: 150-159) / David Colclough

CHAPTER 12
Publication: Print and Manuscript ( Pages: 160-176) / Michelle O'Callaghan

CHAPTER 13
Early Modern Handwriting ( Pages: 177-189) / Grace Ioppolo

CHAPTER 14
The Manuscript Transmission of Poetry ( Pages: 190-220) / Arthur F. Marotti

CHAPTER 15
Poets, Friends, and Patrons: Donne and his Circle; Ben and his Tribe ( Pages: 221-247) / Robin Robbins

CHAPTER 16
Law: Poetry and Jurisdiction ( Pages: 248-262) / Bradin Cormack

CHAPTER 17
Spenser's Faerie Queene, Book 5: Poetry, Politics, and Justice ( Pages: 263-273) / Judith H. Anderson

CHAPTER 18
‘Law Makes the King’: Richard Hooker on Law and Princely Rule ( Pages: 274-288) / Torrance Kirby

CHAPTER 19
Donne, Milton, and the Two Traditions of Religious Liberty (Pages: 289-303) /Feisal G. Mohamed

CHAPTER 20
Court and Coterie Culture (Pages: 304-319) / Curtis Perry

CHAPTER 21
Courtship and Counsel: John Lyly's Campaspe (Pages: 320-328) / Greg Walker

CHAPTER 22
Bacon's ‘Of Simulation and Dissimulation’ (Pages: 329-336) / Martin Dzelzainis

CHAPTER 23
The Literature of the Metropolis (Pages: 337-351) / John A. Twyning

CHAPTER 24
Tales of the City: The Plays of Ben Jonson and Thomas Middleton (Pages: 352-366) / Peter J. Smith

CHAPTER 25
‘An Emblem of Themselves’: Early Renaissance Country House Poetry (Pages: 367-378) / Nicole Pohl

CHAPTER 26
Literary Gardens, from More to Marvell (Pages: 379-395) / Hester Lees‐Jeffries

CHAPTER 27
English Reformations (Pages: 396-418) / Patrick Collinson

CHAPTER 28
Translations of the Bible (Pages: 419-429) / Gerald Hammond

CHAPTER 29
Lancelot Andrewes' Good Friday 1604 Sermon (Pages: 430-437) / Richard Harries

CHAPTER 30
Theological Writings and Religious Polemic (Pages: 438-448) / Donna B. Hamilton

CHAPTER 31
Catholic Writings (Pages: 449-463) / Robert S. Miola

CHAPTER 32
Sectarian Writing ( Pages: 464-477) / Hilary Hinds

CHAPTER 33
The English Broadside Print, c.1550–c.1650 ( Pages: 478-526) / Malcolm Jones

CHAPTER 34
The Writing of Travel ( Pages: 527-542) / Peter Womack

CHAPTER 35
England's Experiences of Islam ( Pages: 543-556) / Stephan Schmuck Ph.D.

CHAPTER 36
Reading the Body ( Pages: 557-581) / Jennifer Waldron

CHAPTER 37
Physiognomy ( Pages: 582-597) / Sibylle Baumbach Ph.D.

CHAPTER 38
Dreams and Dreamers ( Pages: 598-610) / Carole Levin

Part Two : Genres and Modes

CHAPTER 39
Theories of Literary Kinds ( Pages: 1-14) / John Roe

CHAPTER 40
The Position of Poetry: Making and Defending Renaissance Poetics ( Pages: 15-27) / Arthur F. Kinney

CHAPTER 41
Epic ( Pages: 28-41) / Rachel Falconer

CHAPTER 42
Playhouses, Performances, and the Role of Drama ( Pages: 42-59) / Michael Hattaway

CHAPTER 43
Continuities between ‘Medieval’ and ‘Early Modern’ Drama ( Pages: 60-69) / Michael O'Connell

CHAPTER 44
Kyd's The Spanish Tragedy ( Pages: 70-79) / A. J. Piesse

CHAPTER 45
Boys' Plays ( Pages: 80-93) / Edel Lamb

CHAPTER 46
Drama of the Inns of Court ( Pages: 94-104) / Alan H. Nelson Jessica Winston

CHAPTER 47
‘Tied to Rules of Flattery’? Court Drama and the Masque ( Pages: 105-122) / James Knowles

CHAPTER 48
Women and Drama ( Pages: 123-140) / Alison Findlay

CHAPTER 49
Political Plays ( Pages: 141-153) / Stephen Longstaffe

CHAPTER 50
Jacobean Tragedy ( Pages: 154-165) / Rowland Wymer

CHAPTER 51
Caroline Theatre ( Pages: 166-175) / Roy Booth

CHAPTER 52
John Ford, Mary Wroth, and the Final Scene of 'Tis Pity She's a Whore ( Pages: 176-183) / Robyn Bolam

CHAPTER 53
Local Drama and Custom ( Pages: 184-203) / Thomas Pettitt

CHAPTER 54
The Critical Elegy ( Pages: 204-213) / John Lyon

CHAPTER 55
Allegory ( Pages: 214-224) / Clara Mucci

CHAPTER 56
Pastoral ( Pages: 225-237) / Michelle O'Callaghan

CHAPTER 57
Romance ( Pages: 238-248) / Helen Moore

CHAPTER 58
Love Poetry ( Pages: 249-263) / Diana E. Henderson

CHAPTER 59
Music and Poetry ( Pages: 264-277) / David Lindley

CHAPTER 60
Wyatt's ‘Who so List to Hunt’ ( Pages: 278-287) / Rachel Falconer

CHAPTER 61
The Heart of the Labyrinth: Mary Wroth's Pamphilia to Amphilanthus ( Pages: 288-298) / Robyn Bolam

CHAPTER 62
Ovidian Erotic Poems ( Pages: 299-316) / Boika Sokolova

CHAPTER 63
John Donne's Nineteenth Elegy ( Pages: 317-325) / Germaine Greer

CHAPTER 64
Traditions of Complaint and Satire ( Pages: 326-340) / John N. King

CHAPTER 65
Folk Legends and Wonder Tales ( Pages: 341-358) / Thomas Pettitt

CHAPTER 66
‘Such Pretty Things would Soon be Gone’: The Neglected Genres of Popular Verse, 1480–1650 ( Pages: 359-381) / Malcolm Jones

CHAPTER 67
Religious Verse ( Pages: 382-397) / Elizabeth Clarke

CHAPTER 68
Herbert's ‘The Elixir’ ( Pages: 398-406) / Judith Weil

CHAPTER 69
Conversion and Poetry in Early Modern England ( Pages: 407-422) / Molly Murray

CHAPTER 70
Prose Fiction ( Pages: 423-436) / Andrew Hadfield

CHAPTER 71
The English Renaissance Essay: Churchyard, Cornwallis, Florio's Montaigne, and Bacon ( Pages: 437-446) / John Lee

CHAPTER 72
Diaries and Journals ( Pages: 447-452) / Elizabeth Clarke

CHAPTER 73
Letters ( Pages: 453-460) / Jonathan Gibson

Part Three : Issues and Debates

CHAPTER 74
Identity ( Pages: 461-473) / A. J. Piesse

CHAPTER 75
Sexuality: A Renaissance Category? ( Pages: 474-491) / James Knowles

CHAPTER 76
Was There a Renaissance Feminism? ( Pages: 492-501) / Jean E. Howard

CHAPTER 77
Drama as Text and Performance ( Pages: 502-512) / Andrea Stevens

CHAPTER 78
The Debate on Witchcraft ( Pages: 513-522) / James Sharpe BA, D.Phil.

CHAPTER 79
Reconstructing the Past: History, Historicism, Histories ( Pages: 523-534) / James R. Siemon

CHAPTER 80
Race: A Renaissance Category? ( Pages: 535-544) / Margo Hendricks

CHAPTER 81
Writing the Nations ( Pages: 545-554) / Nicola Royan

CHAPTER 82
Early Modern Ecology ( Pages: 555-568) / Ken Hiltner

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