Reading the Renaissance

Reading the Renaissance : Culture, Poetics, and Drama

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  • Paperback | 1 pages
  • 138 x 216mm
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138864323
  • 9781138864320

Table of contents

Reading the Renaissance: An Introduction, Jonathan Hart The Text, the Reader, and the Self Rituals and Text in the Renaissance, Thomas M. Greene * Reading in the French Renaissance: Textual Communities, Boredom, Privacy, Steven Rendall * Reading Ultima Verba: Commemoration and Friendship and Montaigne's Writing, Lisa Neal * Gender and Genre Gender Ideologies, Women Writers, and the Problem of Patronage in Early Modern Italy and France: Issues and Frameworks, Carla Freccero * Female Transvestism and Male Self-Fashioning in As You Like It and La vida es sue-o, Katy Emck Continuities and Discontinuities The Ends of Renaissance Comedy, Jonathan Hart * Troilus and Cressida Voices in the Darkness of Troy, Robert Rawdon Wilson and Edward Milowicki * Two Tents on Bosworth Field: Richard III V.iii, iv, v, Harry Levin; As They Did in the Golden World: Romantic Rapture and Semantic Rupture in As You Like It, Keir Elam Anticipations Noble Deeds and the Secret Singularity: Hamlet and Ph dre, Paul Morrison * Narrative and Theatre: From Manuel Puig to Lope de Vega, Richard A. Young * Notes, Works Cited, Contributors, Indexshow more