Key Concepts in Renaissance Literature

The volume provides readers with a clear introduction to English Renaissance literary texts.

Key Concepts in Renaissance Literature

Author: Malcolm Hebron

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 1137053429

Page: 304

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The volume provides readers with a clear introduction to English Renaissance literary texts. Concise but detailed entries are alphabetically arranged, providing a coherent overview of central issues in the study of writings of the Renaissance era. Cross-referencing and suggestions for further reading indicate connections between topics.

Key Concepts in Modernist Literature

Introducing the dynamic study of a literary period stretching from 1900 to the Second World War, the book reflects the exciting mix of European avant-garde, writers of the Harlem Renaissance and regional voices within Britain.

Key Concepts in Modernist Literature

Author: Julian Hanna

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 1137021365

Page: 192

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Introducing the dynamic study of a literary period stretching from 1900 to the Second World War, the book reflects the exciting mix of European avant-garde, writers of the Harlem Renaissance and regional voices within Britain. Three distinct sections explore the major concepts, themes and issues that characterise the literature.

Custom Common Law and the Constitution of English Renaissance Literature

Yet my main aim in this chapter is not to offer a comprehensive account of all
types of legal custom or common law , but rather to provide ... This chapter thus
sets the stage for understanding how a key concept of legal and constitutionalist
thought shaped sixteenthcentury literature , while this ... Paul Brand defines
custom in Custom , Common Law , and the Constitution of English Renaissance
Literature .

Custom  Common Law  and the Constitution of English Renaissance Literature

Author: Stephanie Elsky

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0198861435

Page: 240

View: 414

A study of the concept of custom, the basis of England's common law, in literary experiments of sixteenth-century England and Ireland.

Handbook of English Renaissance Literature

A final note on Shakespeare: unlike any earlier or later period in English studies,
the Renaissance is dominated in both ... Michael Hebron's Key Concepts in
Renaissance Literature (Houndmills/New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008) has
short ...

Handbook of English Renaissance Literature

Author: Ingo Berensmeyer

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 3110444887

Page: 748

View: 398

This handbook of English Renaissance literature serves as a reference for both students and scholars, introducing recent debates and developments in early modern studies. Using new theoretical perspectives and methodological tools, the volume offers exemplary close readings of canonical and less well-known texts from all significant genres between c. 1480 and 1660. Its systematic chapters address questions about editing Renaissance texts, the role of translation, theatre and drama, life-writing, science, travel and migration, and women as writers, readers and patrons. The book will be of particular interest to those wishing to expand their knowledge of the early modern period beyond Shakespeare.

Key Concepts in Creative Writing

s Macmillan Key Concept Macmillan Key Concepts provide an accessible and
comprehensive range of subject ... in Postcolonial Literature Key Concepts in
Renaissance Literature Key Concepts in Victorian Literature Literary Terms and ...

Key Concepts in Creative Writing

Author: Matt Morrison

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 1137118962

Page: 224

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A comprehensive writers' guide to the terminology used across the creative writing industries and in the major literary movements. Packed with practical tips for honing writing skills and identifying opportunities for publication and production, it also explains the workings of publishing houses, literary agencies and producing theatres.

The Renaissance Literature Handbook

'Renaissance Humanism'. 1973. The Dictionary of ... “A Whisper in the Ear of
Early Modernists” or, Reflections on Literary Critics, Writing the “History of the
Subject” '. In Culture and History ... Key Concepts in Post-Colonial Studies. New
York: ...

The Renaissance Literature Handbook

Author: Susan Bruce

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1441161090

Page: 248

View: 704

Literature and Culture Handbooks are an innovative series of guides to major periods, topics and authors in British and American literature and culture. Designed to provide a comprehensive, one-stop resource for literature students, each handbook provides the essential information and guidance needed from the beginning of a course through to developing more advanced knowledge and skills. Written in clear language by leading academics, they provide an indispensable introduction to key topics, including: Introduction to authors, texts, historical and cultural contexts Guides to key critics, concepts and topics An overview of major critical approaches, changes in the canon and directions of current and future research Case studies in reading literary and critical texts Annotated bibliography (including websites), timeline, glossary of critical terms. The Renaissance Literature Handbook is a comprehensive introduction to literature and culture in the "English Renaissance" or "Early Modern" period.

Renaissance Literature

A guide to further reading accompanies each chapter, complemented by a section of student resources at the end of the book.

Renaissance Literature

Author: Siobhan Keenan

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 0748631216

Page: 304

View: 790

This concise introduction to the literature of an exciting and influential period opens with an overview of the historical and cultural context in which English Renaissance literature was produced, and a discussion of its contemporary and subsequent critical reception. The following chapters survey the major Renaissance genres of drama, poetry and prose. Each chapter provides illustrative case studies of canonical and non-canonical key texts by authors such as William Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe, Ben Jonson, Edmund Spenser, John Milton, Sir Philip Sidney, John Donne, Aemilia Lanyer, Sir Francis Bacon, Thomas Nashe, and Lady Mary Wroth. A guide to further reading accompanies each chapter, complemented by a section of student resources at the end of the book. The final chapter summarises significant developments in English Renaissance literary culture, and discusses the future direction of Renaissance literary scholarship.

The Power of Eloquence and English Renaissance Literature

This book is an ambitious critical investigation of the idea of eloquence as it informs classical and Renaissance thinking about literature.

The Power of Eloquence and English Renaissance Literature

Author: Neil Rhodes

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 9780312084219

Page: 244

View: 197

This book is an ambitious critical investigation of the idea of eloquence as it informs classical and Renaissance thinking about literature.

The Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature

Featuring over 400 clear and accessible entries on a wide range of writers and literary forms, this comprehensive three-volume collection covers canonical authors and their works - from John Skelton to John Milton – as well as a variety ...

The Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature

Author:

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1405194499

Page: 373

View: 435

Literary Research and the American Modernist Era

Another example, exploring the contemporary reaction to the Harlem
Renaissance might result in a topic sentence of: “I want to discover how the
works of the Harlem Renaissance were received critically at the time,” with main
concepts being ...

Literary Research and the American Modernist Era

Author: Robert N. Matuozzi

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 9780810862371

Page: 186

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Characterized by its move away from Romanticism and toward mundane, every day subjects, as well as incorporating such ideas as metanarrative, stream of consciousness, and disjointed timelines, the American Modernist Era was at its heyday during the years 1914-1949. It produced such great authors as Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner, and F. Scott Fitzgerald, and memorable works like As I Lay Dying and The Great Gatsby. Literary Research and the American Modernist Era offers the scholar and researcher a clear introduction to the best contemporary library resources and practices for researching American modernist writing. Graduate students, advanced undergraduates, researchers, and scholars specializing in American modernist writing will improve their information skills and fluency, whether in the real or the virtual library. Even those lacking access to some of the resources described here can profit from this overview of literary research because it will help them frame questions, indicate where to go for answers, and demonstrate useful connections between many of the secondary scholarly sources. This guide offers a coherent account of how contemporary research skills and resources can complement one another in helping the scholar effectively deal with typical challenges they encounter in their work

Literary Research and the American Realism and Naturalism Period

Another example, exploring the contemporary reaction to the Harlem
Renaissance might result in a topic sentence of: “I want to discover how the
works of the Harlem Renaissance were received critically at the time,” with main
concepts being ...

Literary Research and the American Realism and Naturalism Period

Author: Linda L. Stein

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 9780810862425

Page: 332

View: 388

Literary Research and the American Realism and Naturalism Period: Strategies and Sources will help those interested in researching this era. Authors Linda L. Stein and Peter J. Lehu emphasize research methodology and outline the best practices for the research process, paying attention to the unique challenges inherent in conducting studies of national literature.

The Routledge Research Companion to Anglo Italian Renaissance Literature and Culture

Two important concepts feature prominently in Machiavelli's writings: 'Fortune'
and 'virtù'.5 He had spent his career immersed in the affairs of civic administration
and international conflict. In The Prince and The Discourses on Livy, Machiavelli
 ...

The Routledge Research Companion to Anglo Italian Renaissance Literature and Culture

Author: Michele Marrapodi

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317044169

Page: 528

View: 595

The aim of this Companion volume is to provide scholars and advanced graduate students with a comprehensive and authoritative state-of-the-art review of current research work on Anglo-Italian Renaissance studies. Written by a team of international scholars and experts in the field, the chapters are grouped into two large areas of influence and intertextuality, corresponding to the dual way in which early modern England looked upon the Italian world from the English perspective – Part 1: "Italian literature and culture" and Part 2: "Appropriations and ideologies". In the first part, prominent Italian authors, artists, and thinkers are examined as a direct source of inspiration, imitation, and divergence. The variegated English response to the cultural, ideological, and political implications of pervasive Italian intertextuality, in interrelated aspects of artistic and generic production, is dealt with in the second part. Constructed on the basis of a largely interdisciplinary approach, the volume offers an in-depth and wide-ranging treatment of the multifaceted ways in which Italy’s material world and its iconologies are represented, appropriated, and exploited in the literary and cultural domain of early modern England. For this reason, contributors were asked to write essays that not only reflect current thinking but also point to directions for future research and scholarship, while a purposefully conceived bibliography of primary and secondary sources and a detailed index round off the volume.

Key Concepts in Medieval Literature

This book sets out to present key themes, texts, terminologies, and methods
related to a period of English literature we broadly ... i.e. one between the glory of
the ancient world of Rome and Greece, and the enlightenment of the
Renaissance.

Key Concepts in Medieval Literature

Author: Elizabeth Solopova

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 1137083468

Page: 240

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Key Concepts in Medieval Literature introduces students to the major authors, themes and genres of the English Middle Ages. These are discussed in concise focused essays, accompanied by summaries and recommendations for further reading, highlighting the need to see texts in context, both historically and linguistically.

American Renaissance Literary Report

Notes respecting the Subjects I gave out for Themes & c Class of 1849 , & I
believe the Committee grew as heartily tired of them as I was . My practice , till
very lately , was to give the Till the class of 1849 , Themes were required of
subjects to ...

American Renaissance Literary Report

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The Work of Dissimilitude

Nineteen scholars offer readings that address the continuity or discontinuity between the literature of the Renaissance and Middle Ages.

The Work of Dissimilitude

Author: Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Literature (6, 1988, Charleston, SC)

Publisher: University of Delaware Press

ISBN: 9780874134353

Page: 292

View: 804

Nineteen scholars offer readings that address the continuity or discontinuity between the literature of the Renaissance and Middle Ages. Essays by Arthur F. Kinney, R. A. Shoaf, and O. B. Hardison focus on broader trends while shorter essays approach the periods by addressing particular themes in their literature or thought.