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Studies in Shakespeare, Milton and Donne.

Michigan. University. Dept. of English Language and Literature

Studies in Shakespeare, Milton and Donne.

by Michigan. University. Dept. of English Language and Literature

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616 -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Milton, John, -- 1608-1674 -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Donne, John, -- 1572-1631 -- Criticism and interpretation

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR2890 M53
    The Physical Object
    Pagination232p.
    Number of Pages232
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15965136M

    John Donne loved language, women, and being an Anglican. Oh, and using very big words to talk about them. His opus focused on themes of love and devotion—both the physical and the spiritual kinds. Donne also made serious bank writing poems in honor of wealthy dead people. William Shakespeare (Ap (baptism)–d. Ap ) was an English poet and playwright and is considered a key member of the English literature canon. Shakespeare's work includes sonnets and 38 plays; while his earlier plays were comedies and histories, his later work focused on tragedy (e.g. "Macbeth").

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    Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Elizabethan World Picture: A Study of the Idea of Order in the Age of Shakespeare, Donne and Milton at nd: Eustace M Tillyard.   About the Book. This is a wide-ranging, poetic analysis of the great English poetic line, iambic pentameter, as used by Chaucer, Sidney, Milton, and particularly by Shakespeare. George T. Wright offers a detailed survey of Shakespeare's brilliantly varied metrical keyboard and shows how it augments the expressiveness of his characters' stage.


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Studies in Shakespeare, Milton and Donne by Michigan. University. Dept. of English Language and Literature Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Studies in Shakespeare, Milton and Donne / by Members of the English Department of the University of Michigan Hardcover – January 1, by University Of : University Of Michigan.

Dept. Of English. Read this book on Questia. Studies in Shakespeare: Milton and Donne, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Studies in Shakespeare: Milton and Donne (). Studies in Shakespeare, Milton, and Donne. based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.

The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. \/a>> # Studies in Shakespeare. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. Description: pages 23 cm.

Contents: Love's labour's lost restudied, by O.J. CampbellThe two gentlemen of Verona and Italian comedy, by O.J. CampbellShakespearian punctuation, by C.C. FriesThe youth of Milton: an interpretation of his early literary development, by J.H.

HanfordSamson Agonistes and. with Shakespeare, two with Milton, and one with Donne. Professor Oscar J. Campbell, Jr., restudies Love's Labor's Lost. He shows with convincing evidence that it is structurally based on the elaborate progresses of Queen Elizabeth; that Studies in Shakespeare young Shakespeare had studied the plays of Lyly and derived.

Basically the book is a study of the ideas and beliefs shared amongst authors in the age of Shakespeare, Donne, and Milton (the theological trends of the 16th Century) and quotes many authors of that time to put together an intricate puzzle of the world picture and cosmic order in its divine harmony/5(39).

To show how the casuistical tradition illuminates the study of major literary works in the English Renaissance, Camille Slights traces the emergence of casuistry in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and discusses its influence on the moral imaginations of Shakespeare, Donne, Herbert, and Milton.

Originally published in Released on: Ma The Casuistical Tradition in Shakespeare, Donne, Herbert, and Milton Book Description: To show how the casuistical tradition illuminates the study of major literary works in the English Renaissance, Camille Slights traces the emergence of casuistry in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and discusses its influence on the moral imaginations of Shakespeare, Donne, Herbert, and Milton.

Reading Class through Shakespeare, Donne, and Milton. Christopher dge: Cambridge University Press, Pp. viii+ To show how the casuistical tradition illuminates the study of major literary works in the English Renaissance, Camille Slights traces the emergence of casuistry in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and discusses its influence on the moral imaginations of Shakespeare, Donne, Herbert, and Milton.

Originally published in Tillyard was a Fellow in English (–) at Jesus College, later becoming Master (–). He is known mainly for his book The Elizabethan World Picture (), as background to Elizabethan literature, particularly Shakespeare, and for his works on John Milton.

summary To show how the casuistical tradition illuminates the study of major literary works in the English Renaissance, Camille Slights traces the emergence of casuistry in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and discusses its influence on the moral imaginations of Shakespeare, Donne, Herbert, and Milton.

Originally published by: Study on Milton The central focus of seventeenth century studies is re-reading Milton; in that respect we can say that a seventeenth century study is the study of Milton.

It is natural to ask about Shakespearean studies; the great interests have been paid by new historicist towards Shakespeare. Illuminates our understanding of the soul as a historically and philosophically vital concept through Shakespearean drama.

Second Death seeks to revitalise our understanding of the soul as a philosophically profound, theoretically radical, and ultimately—and counterintuitively—theatrically realised concept. The book contends that the work of Shakespeare, when closely read alongside early.

Canonising Shakespeare offers the first comprehensive reassessment of Shakespeare's afterlife as a print phenomenon, demonstrating the crucial role that the book trade played in his rise to cultural pre-eminence.

– was the period in which Shakespeare's canon was determined, in which the poems resumed their place alongside the plays in print, and in which artisans and named editors. Milton, the author of “Paradise Lost,” was born ineight years before Shakespeare’s death, and was known to have been an attentive reader of his forebear.

Reading Class through Shakespeare, Donne, and Milton advances a potent argument about the virtues of close attention to literary history in “the permanent present of the era that no longer thinks historically” (5).

In seven compact chapters Warley takes up key works of Renaissance poetry, prose, and drama to model a Marxian-formalist Author: Jeffrey Todd Knight. Reading Class through Shakespeare, Donne, and Milton examines six canonical Renaissance works to show that reading literature also means reading class.

Warley demonstrates that careful reading offers the best way to understand social relations and in doing so he offers a detailed historical argument about what class means in the seventeenth Brand: Cambridge University Press. - —Shakespeare Quarterly Because of the compartmentalization of literary criticism, we have been largely blind to the many points of intellectual and artistic contact between the two greatest English love poets of the later sixteenth- and early seventeenth centuries, Shakespeare and Donne.

Among his better known works are:  Milton, Poetry Direct and Oblique, Shakespeare's Last Plays, Studies in Milton,  and  The Epic Strain in the English Novel. He died in Cambridge at the age of seventy-three/5(34).This book is a history of love and the challenge love offers to the laws and customs of its times and places, as told through poetry from the Song of Songs to John Milton’s Paradise Lost.

It is also an account of the critical reception afforded to such literature, and the ways in which criticism has attempted to stifle this challenge. Bryson and Movsesian argue that the poetry they explore Cited by: 1.“All in All”: Shakespeare, Milton, Donne and the Soul;‐in‐Body Topos Article in English Literary Renaissance 20(1) - 68 November with 19 Reads How we measure 'reads'.