Traditions and Innovations: Essays on British Literature of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance

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David G. Allen, Robert A. White
University of Delaware Press, 1990 - 271 strán (strany)
This collection considers a wide range of texts, authors, and concerns--from the Man of Law's Tale to Tis Pity She's a Whore; from the mysterious Thomas Malory to the widely visible Ben Jonson; from the image of St. Paul's thorn in Troilus and Criseyde to the Renaissance iconography of Ganymede.
 

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Preface
7
Separations and St Pauls Thorn in Chaucers Troil
35
of Chaucers Canterbury Tales and the Mental
50
Tracing the Provenance
75
Spensers Arachnean
88
Patriarchal Fatherhood in Ben Jonsons Epigram 45
102
Traditions and Subtext
126
Thomas Heywoods A Woman Killed with Kindness as Domestic
150
Type and Antitype
177
The Temptation of
187
Poetry as Sacred
214
Resonance in the Poetry of Robert Herrick
223
Iconographic Traditions and Peachams
231
King George of England Meets Samuel Johnson the Great Cham
251
Notes on Contributors
265
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The Tragedy of Annabella in Tis Pity Shes a Whore
163

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