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Lyric address in Dutch literature, 1250-1800

Author: Kornee van der Haven; Jürgen Pieters
Publisher: Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press : Amsterdam University Press (Bibliovault), [2018]
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In their accessible analysis, these preeminent translations of ten canonical Dutch poems discuss each poem's historical context, revealing its political or ideological framing, religious elements, or the self-representational interests of the poet. The book focuses on how the use of the speaker's "I" creates distance or proximity to the social context of the time. Close, detailed analysis of rhetorical techniques,  Read more...
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Lyric address in Dutch literature, 1250-1800.
Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, [2018]
(OCoLC)1004267749
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kornee van der Haven; Jürgen Pieters
ISBN: 9789048532186 9048532183
OCLC Number: 1031847711
Description: 1 online resource (197 pages)
Contents: Cover; Table of Contents; Lyric Address: By Way of an Introduction; Cornelis van der Haven and Jürgen Pieters; 1. Staying in Tune with Love; Hadewijch, 'Song 31' (thirteenth century); Anikó Daróczi; 2. O Brittle Infirm Creature; Anonymous (Gruuthuse MS), 'Song' (c. 1400); Clara Strijbosch; 3. Lyric Address in Sixteenth-Century Song; Aegied Maes , 'Come hear my sad complaint' (before 1544); Dieuwke van der Poel; 4. An Early Modern Address to the Author; Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft, 'My love, my love, my love' (1610); Britt Grootes; 5. Parrhesia and Apostrophe Joost van den Vondel, 'Salutation to the Most Illustrious and Noble Prince Frederick Henry' (1626)Marrigje Paijmans; 6. Lyrical Correspondence; Maria Tesselschade Roemers Visscher, 'To My Lord Hooft on the death of Lady Van Zuilichem' (1637); Marijn van Dijk; 7. The Apostrophic Interpellation of a Son; Jan Six van Chandelier, 'My Father's corpse addressing me' (1657); Jürgen Pieters; 8. Guilty Pleasure; Hubert Korneliszoon Poot, 'Thwarted attempt of the Poet' (1716); Christophe Madelein; 9. Same-Sex Intimacy in Eighteenth-Century Occasional Poetry Elizabeth Wolff-Bekker, 'To Miss Agatha Deken' (1777)Maaike Meijer; 10. Nature, Poetry and the Address of Friends; Jacobus Bellamy, 'To my Friends' (1785); Cornelis van der Haven; Epilogue; Lyrical and Theatrical Apostrophe, from Performing Actor to Textual Self; Frans-Willem Korsten; List of Poems (Sources); Index of Names
Responsibility: edited by Cornelis van der Haven and Jürgen Pieters.
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