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Shakespeare and Donne : generic hybrids and the cultural imaginary

Author: Judith H Anderson; Jennifer C Vaught
Publisher: New York : Fordham University Press, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"Centering on cross-fertilization between the writings of Shakespeare and Donne, the essays in this volume examine relationships that are broadly cultural, theoretical, and imaginative. They emphasize the intersection of physical dimensions of experience with transcendent ones, whether moral, intellectual, or religious. They juxtapose lyric and sermons interactively with narrative and plays. The essays are grouped  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: William Shakespeare; John Donne; William Shakespeare; John Donne; John Donne; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; John Donne
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Judith H Anderson; Jennifer C Vaught
ISBN: 9780823251254 082325125X
OCLC Number: 812257206
Description: viii, 291 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction / Judith H. Anderson and Jennifer C. Vaught. --
Part 1: Time, love, sex, and death. Sites of death as sites of interaction in Donne and Shakespeare / Matthias Bauer and Angelika Zirker ; "Nothing like the sun": Transcending time and change in Donne's love lyrics and Shakespeare's plays / Catherine Gimelli Martin --
"None do slacken, none can die": Die puns and embodied time in Donne and Shakespeare / Jennifer Pacenza. --
Part 2: Moral, public, and spatial imaginaries. Donne, Shakespeare, and the interrogative conscience / Mary Blackstone and Jeanne Shami ; Mapping the celestial in Shakespeare's Tempest and the writings of John Donne / Douglas Trevor. --
Part 3: Names, puns, and more. Inserting Me: Some instances of predication and the privation of the private self in Shakespeare and Donne / Marshall Grossman ; Improper nouns: A response to Marshall Grossman / David Lee Miller ; Aspects, physiognomy, and the pun: A reading of Sonnet 135 and "A valediction: Of Weeping" / Julian Lamb. --
Part 4: Realms of privacy and imagination. Fantasies of private language in "The phoenix and turtle" and "The ecstasy" / Anita Gilman Sherman ; Working imagination in the early modern period: Donne's Secular and religious lyrics and Shakespeare's Hamlet, Macbeth, and Leontes / Judith H. Anderson.
Responsibility: edited by Judith H. Anderson and Jennifer C. Vaught.

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