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Renaissance historicisms

Renaissance historicisms

essays in honor of Arthur F. Kinney

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Published by University of Delaware Press in Newark .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kinney, Arthur F., -- 1933-,
  • English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism,
  • Literature and history -- Great Britain -- History -- 16th century,
  • Literature and history -- Great Britain -- History -- 17th century,
  • Historicism in literature,
  • Historical criticism (Literature),
  • Renaissance -- England

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by James M. Dutcher and Anne Lake Prescott.
    ContributionsKinney, Arthur F., 1933-, Dutcher, James M., Prescott, Anne Lake, 1936-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR428.H57 R466 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination355 p. ;
    Number of Pages355
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17026460M
    ISBN 109780874130010
    LC Control Number2007038916

    The shifting historicisms of the last quarter-century or so of Renaissance criticism cut both ways for teachers. Whilst the interplay between literature and the matter of history offers a multitude of ways to enthuse students, the question of how much time to spend on . Tempe, Arizona: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, May, Steven W. 'The Circulation in Manuscript of Poems by King James VI and I.' Renaissance Historicisms: Essays in Author: Jane Rickard.

    Renaissance [literature].’2 I would like to take up Lorenz’s challenge by showing how Shakespeare’s use of a particular Pauline figure in the sonnets reveals that the experience of love in. New Historicism is rooted in Marxism, but unlike true Marxism it sees power as being extended throughout society rather than just being part of a class. This philosophy is generally accredited to Michel Foucault, one of the other main thinkers of New Historicism, and his work on critical theory.

    In the work Albert Rolls synthesizes older and newer historical approaches to Renaissance texts in order to establish a reading of them that takes at its starting point the principles behind the period's natural philosophy in order to re-evaluate the theory of the king's two bodies. Analyzing the differences between the approaches to two-bodies theory of Edmund Plowden, the lawyer who. Read this book on Questia. An important contribution to the current rethinking of "English," and to the reconsideration of Shakespeare's role within it, this book focuses on the emergence of the New Historicism, clarifying a number of key positions in the criticism of the past fifteen years.


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This collection of various approaches to early modern England offers readers such pleasures as the most complete bibliography to date of King James’s poetry, a unique edition of a memoir by the son of Sir Martin Barnham, as well as new arguments about Skelton, More, Elyot, Marguerite de Navarre, Sidney, Spenser, Daniel, Shakespeare (The Comedy of Errors), the Henriad, Macbeth, The Winter’s.

Get this from a library. Renaissance historicisms: essays in honor of Arthur F. Kinney. [Arthur F Kinney; James M Dutcher; Anne Lake Prescott;] -- This collection of essays by major Renaissance scholars Renaissance historicisms book the vitality and variety of current historical approaches to studying early modern England - itself developing new ways to view.

Historicism is the idea of attributing meaningful significance to space and time, such as historical period, geographical place, and local culture. Historicism tends to be hermeneutical because it values cautious, rigorous, and contextualized interpretation of information; or relativist, because it rejects notions of universal, fundamental and immutable interpretations.

Free Online Library: Renaissance historicisms; essays in honor of Arthur F. Kinney.(Brief article, Book review) by "Reference & Research Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Books Book reviews. She is a specialist in the English Renaissance and is affi liated with the comparative literature program and the medieval and Renaissance studies program at Barnard College.

Her most recent book is Renaissance Historicisms: Essays in Honor Renaissance historicisms book Arthur F. : Paperback. James M. Dutcher and Anne Lake Prescott, eds. Renaissance Historicisms: Essays in Honor of Arthur F. Kinney. Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press, pp.

index. append. illus. bibl. $ ISBN: –0–––0. To celebrate the career of Arthur F. Kinney, the founder of English Literary.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: 1. The impact of humanism: From Burckhardt to Greenblatt: new historicisms and old / Richard Danson Brown --Inventing sincerity, refashioning prudence: the discovery of the individual in Renaissance Europe / John Martin --The significance of.

The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy (German: Die Cultur der Renaissance in Italien) is an work on the Italian Renaissance by Swiss historian Jacob er with his History of the Renaissance in Italy (Die Geschichte der Renaissance in Italien; ) it is counted among the classics of Renaissance : Jacob Burckhardt.

“Misdoubting His Estate: Dynastic Anxiety in Sidney’s Arcadia,” English Literary Renaissance 18 () “A Reconsideration of Ovid’s Fasti,” Illinois Classical Studies 10 () Work in Progress.

A book project entitled “A Cultural History of Old Age in the Early Modern Era, ” (under contract). Book Article in "A Defence of Ryme." Renaissance Historicisms. Newark, DE: U of Delaware P. Article in Tudor England: An Encyclopedia; Kritikon Litterarum Article entitled "Quantitative Verse, Bookselling, and Thomas Campion’s Observations in the Art of English Poesie" in The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature (): The Devonshire Manuscript: A Women's Book of Courtly Poetry, ed.

Heale, Elizabeth (Toronto: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, ) d'Orléans, Anne Marie-Louise, Montpensier, Duchesse de, Against Marriage: The Correspondence of La Grande Mademoiselle, trans. and ed. Jean, Joan De (University of Chicago Press, ). At present he teaches courses in Shakespeare, the Renaissance, English literary history, and the Baroque in English Literature.

Brownlow has written books on Shakespeare and Robert Southwell and edited John Skelton's The Book of the Laurel (). His numerous reviews cover both contemporary British and early modern subjects, and include pieces.

"Medievalism and Orientalism offers a glimpse into the history and role of the post-renaissance creation of the Middle Ages in the formulation of England's idea of itself. Ganim looks beyond academic medievalism into the fields of anthropology, popular culture, international expositions, gothic architecture, antiquarianism, gender studies Format: Hardcover.

Renaissance Self-Fashioning from More to Shakespeare by Stephen Greenblatt () Here's the book that kick-started the New Historicist craze by talking about how cultural specifics shape the way writers live, think, and write.

This chapter examines some of the weaknesses of the new historicism, including certain methodological and epistemological problems raised but not resolved by its practices. These problems arise out of the difficulty or impossibility of producing a ‘textualist’ or ‘post-structuralist’ history, and are themselves contradictions of the new historicism's moment of emergence, indications of.

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What is habeas corpus, and where is it guaranteed by law. Where is the establishment of religion clause. "Banquo's Progeny: Hereditary Monarchy, the Stuart Lineage and Macbeth," in James Dutcher and Ann Lake Prescott, eds., Renaissance Historicisms: Essays in Honor of Arthur F. Kinney (University of Delaware Press, ), pp.

Professor Kitch studies and writes about a range of genres of early modern literature drama as they intersect with discourses of political economy, sexuality, and natural philosophy.

His first book focused on Political Economy and the States of Literature in Early Modern England. His current research focuses on prophecy and divination as. The growth in ‘neo-formalist’ and ‘presentist’ approaches to Renaissance texts (reacting against the historicisms of the past twenty years) could provide a fertile ground for this debate: aesthetic features, together with personal reader response, are once more topics for discussion.

Review of James M. Dutcher and Anne Lake Prescott, eds, Renaissance Historicisms: Essays in Honor of Arthur F. Kinney (Newark, Del.: University of Delaware Press, ), in Renaissance Quarterly 62 (Autumn ):.

Renaissance Verse both interesting and baffling. Martines is a distinguished authority, with four books on the Italian Renaissance and one on the status of women in history.

It must have taken considerable courage to publish a work that departs so far from his major field, Italy, and .Book chapters include "'Notlernyd in physike': Thomas Elyot, the Medical Humanists, and Vernacular Medical Literature," which was published in "Renaissance Historicisms," edited by James M.

Dutcher and Anne Lake Prescott. Swain reviews for Kritikon Litterarum and .Religion and Culture in Renaissance England.

Edited by Claire McEachern and Debora Shuger. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge UP, I am sure I'm not the only scholar of Renaissance English culture who, while searching through microfilm for a projectors' pamphlet on the Virginia colony, or a marital advice book, or a treatise on usury, has found herself scrolling past pages and pages of.