Renaissance Poetry and Drama in Context

Renaissance Poetry and Drama in Context

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Renaissance Poetry and Drama in Context is a stimulating refereed collection of new work dedicated to Emeritus Professor Christopher Wortham of The University of Western Australia. The essays provide a rich context for the interdisciplinary study of the English Renaissance, from its medieval antecedents to its modern afterlife on stage and screen. Their up-to-date engagement with many scholarly fields - art and iconography, cartography, cultural and social history, literature, politics, theatre, and film - will ensure that this book makes a valuable contribution to contemporary Renaissance studies, with a special interest for those researching and teaching English literature and drama. The nineteen contributors include distinguished Renaissance scholars such as Ann Blake, Graham Bradshaw, Alan Brissenden, Conal Condren, Joost Daalder, Heather Dubrow, Philippa Kelly, Anthony Miller, Kay Gililand Stevenson, Robert White, and Lawrence Wright. Work on Shakespeare forms the core of this coherent collection. There are also significant essays on Magnificence, Donne, Marlowe, A Yorkshire Tragedy, Jonson, Marvell, the Ferrars of Little Gidding, and female conduct literature. hardbound with dust jacket; xii+353 pp; 18 b/w illustrations.Essays for Christopher Wortham Andrew Lynch, Anne Scott ... Another, more significant, is the failed attack which prompts Othelloa#39;s journey, accompanied by his wife, his lieutenant Cassio, ensign Iago, and Desdemonaa#39;s lady-in-waiting Emilia.


Title:Renaissance Poetry and Drama in Context
Author: Andrew Lynch, Anne Scott
Publisher:Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2009-03-26
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