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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Howard Erskine-Hill; Richard A McCabe
|Description:||VIII, 272 p. 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction; Part I: 'Personae', Sequence and Commentary: 1. 'Little booke: thy selfe present': the politics of presentation in The Shepheardes Calendar Richard A. McCabe; 2. 'Cut without hands': Herbert's Christian altar Alastair Fowler; 3. On historical commentary: the example of Milton and Dryden Howard Erskine-Hill; 4. Sequences of reading: Pope's Moral Essays and Intimations of Horace Pat Rogers; Part II. The Self Presented and Revised: 5. Presenting jeopardy: language, authority, and the voice of Smart in Jubilate Agno Tom Keymer; 6. Did Blake betray the French Revolution? A dialogue of the mind with itself Jerome K. McGann; 7. Presentation of the self in the composition of The Prelude Robert Woof; 8. The epiphanic mode in Browning's poetry Robert Langbaum; Part III. Readerships Inherited and Invented: 9. Newman's leading Eric Griffiths; 10. The politics of genre and audience in Yeats Seamus Deane; 11. The shaping of D. H. Lawrence's Look We Have Come Through! Mark Kinkead-Weekes; 12. Presentation and self-presentation in In Parenthesis Colin Wilcockson.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Howard Erskine-Hill and Richard A. McCabe.|