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The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia and the invention of English literature

Autor Joel B Davis
Vydavatel: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
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Osoba: Philip Sidney; Sidney, Philip; Arcadia.
Typ materiálu: Internetový zdroj
Typ dokumentu: Book, Internet Resource
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Joel B Davis
ISBN: 9780230112520 0230112528
OCLC číslo: 708648425
Popis: xx, 251 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Obsahy: Machine generated contents note: The Arcadia in Print in the Twentieth Century --
The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia as a Symptom --
Sidney and the Literary System --
The New Criticism, the New Bibliography, and the Invention of English Literature --
1.Feigning History in the 1590 Arcadia --
How the 1590 Arcadia Advanced Textual Criticism --
Social and Political Pressures Working on the 1590 Text --
Staging the Page of Poesie Historicall --
Grevillean Skepticism, Arcadian Exempla, and "Glowe-Worme Lights" to Govern Princes --
Two Grounds of All this Storie in the 1590 Arcadia --
The Modes of the 1590 Quarto --
Time, Decay, and the Immanent --
Book One The Distuptions of Eros and Corruptions of Chivalry --
The Symmetries of the First Eclogues --
Book Two The Heroic Immanent in the Pastoral --
The Eruption of Bathos in the Second Eclogues --
The Historiographical Mode and the Immanence of Passions in Book Three --
2.The Performance of Astrophel and Stella in the 1591 Quartos --
Why Study the 1591 Quartos? --
Who Leaked Astrophel and Stella? --
Interlude: Shuttling Astrophel and Stella --
Astrophil's Stolen Kiss in Ql --
The Poetic Argument of the Songs in the 1591 Quartos: The Matter --
The Poetic Argument of the Songs in the 1591 Quartos: The Manner --
Succeeding Astrophel and Stella: Daniel's Delia, Lodge's Phillis, and Fletcher's Licia --
Delia and the Broken Crown: A Fable of Succession and Decay --
Echoes of Fame in Phillis --
Giles Fletcher, Sidney's Other Heir --
3.The One and the Many: The Sidney-Name in Print, 1590 --
93 --
Nationalistic or Opportunistic? Essex, Spenser, and the Sidney Name Before 1593 --
William Ponsonby, Abraham Fraunce, and the Construction of the Insider Ethos --
Spenser, Harvey, and Nashe: The Arr of Deflation --
Nicholas Breton, Thomas Nashe, and the Countess of Pembroke's Love --
Fraunce Redux: Satirizing the Harvey-Nashe Quarrel --
Sir John Harington and the Case for Insider Truthiness --
The Need to Reclaim Arcadia --
4.Mary Sidney Herbert and the Reinvention of The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia --
The Fabrication of the Sidney Family Discourse --
The Discourse of Life and Death --
The Tragedie of Antonie --
The 1593 Edition of the Arcadia --
Aristocratic Friendship and the Virtue of the Heroic Romance --
The Political Analysis of Faction --
The Prudence of Euarchus --
Humanity and Judgment, Pity and Monstrosity in the Trial Scene --
5.Organic and Artificial Wholes in the Invention of English Literature: Or, the Ontological Status of the 1598 folio of The Countesse of Pembrokes Arcadia --
The Lady of May as Emblem for Sir Philip Sidney --
The Certain in the Certaine Sonets --
The Authentication Effect of Astrophel and Stella in the 1598 Folio --
Publishing An Apologie for Poetrie: 1595 --
The Prominence of The Defence of Poesie: A Little Critical Genealgy --
The Place and Function of the Defence in the 1598 Folio --
The Modernist Myth of Organic Elizabethan Culture.
Odpovědnost: Joel B. Davis.
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