Renaissance Papers 2002
Renaissance Papers is a collection of the best scholarly essays submitted each year to the Southeastern Renaissance Conference. The conference accepts papers on all subjects relating to the Renaissance -- music, art, history, literature, etc. -- from scholars all over North America and the world. Of the nine essays in the 2002 volume, three have to do with John Donne; among the topics here are Donne and Pietro Aretino, Donne and "All the World," andauthorial intention in the Holy Sonnets. Two essays deal with Shakespeare, specifically the discourse of dilution in 2 Henry IV and the Ovidian underworld in Othello. Other essays treat Marvell and the temporality of paranoia; poetry, patronage, and identity in Spenser's The Faerie Queene; and the visual culture of the Elizabethan prodigy house.
Contributors: Nicholas Crawford, Dennis Flynn, Heather Hirschfeld, Pamela Royston Macfie, Anne E. McIlhaney, Graham Roebuck, Gary Stringer, James M. Sutton, Alzada Tipton.
M. Thomas Hester is professor of English at North Carolina State University
Відгуки відвідувачів - Написати рецензію
Не знайдено жодних рецензій.
Marvell and the Temporality of Paranoia
Donne and Pietro Aretino
The Ovidian Underworld in Othello 3 3
The Discourse of Dilution in 2 Henry IV
John Donne and All the World
allurement appears architectural Aretino argued argument become beginning Bermudas Book Burghley Burghley's Calidore changes claims Compleat Angler course Court courtier critics Culture death describes dilution discussion Donne's double early edition effect Elizabethan England English example eyes fact Falstaff Figure finally fish garden Graces Group Hellespont Henry Holdenby Holy Sonnets interest interpretation Italy John Donne kind king knowledge later less letters London material meaning memory mind noted object original Othello's Ovid passage patron patronage picture Piscator play poems poet poetic poetry points present Press Prince Proem Queene question reader reading reference relation remember Renaissance represent revision rhetorical says scene secret seems seen sense sequence Shakespeare song Sonnets soul speaks Spenser stage Studies suggests Theobalds things thou tion turn Univ Venice Viator visual Walton waters writing