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Wrestling with God : literature & theology in the English renaissance : essays to honour Paul Grant Stanwood

Author: W Speed Hill; Raymond George Siemens; P G Stanwood; Mary Ellen Henley
Publisher: Vancouver : M.E. Henley, 2001.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Wrestling with God.
Vancouver : M.E. Henley, 2001
(OCoLC)604056031
Named Person: John Donne; John Donne; P G Stanwood; Paul Grant Stanwood; John Donne; P G Stanwood
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: W Speed Hill; Raymond George Siemens; P G Stanwood; Mary Ellen Henley
ISBN: 0968719503 9780968719503
OCLC Number: 46991992
Description: vi, 336 p. : port., music ; 24 cm.
Contents: Paul Stanwood's bread / X.J. Kennedy. --
Donne, Herbert, and the worm of controversy / Louis L. Martz. --
"The virtue and discipline" of wrestling with God / John T. Shawcross. --
The core of Elizabethan religion / John E. Booty. --
W[illiam] S[hakespeare] 's A funeral elegy and the Donnean moment / Claude J. Summers. --
The devotional flames of William Austin / Graham Perry. --
John Donne's "Lamentations" and Christopher Fetherstone's Lamentations ... in prose and meeter (1587) / Ted-Larry Pebworth. --
"The strangest pageant, fashion'd like a court" : John Donne and Ben Jonson to 1600 : parallel lives / William Blissett. --
"I launch at Paradise and saile toward home" : The progresse of the soule as Palinode / Wyman H. Henderson. --
"I haue often such a sickly inclination" : biography and the critical interpretation of Donne's suicide tract, Biathanatos / R.G. Siemens. --
'This booke, (thy embleme)" : Donne's Holy sonnets and biography / Diana Treviño Benet. --
Trumpet vibrations : theological reflections on Donne's Doomsday sonnet / G. Richmond Bridge. Donne and Britten : Holy sonnets set to music / Bryan N.S. Gooch. --
The rituals of presence in Paradise regained / Ken Simpson. --
Renaissance copresences in romantic verse / Lee M. Johnson. --
Martyrs or malignants? Some nineteenth-century portrayals of Elizabethan Catholics / Kathleen Grant Jaeger.
Other Titles: Literature and theology in the English renaissance : essays to honor Paul Grant Stanwood
Responsibility: edited by Mary Ellen Henley & W. Speed Hill ; with assistance of R.G. Siemens.
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