BeschreibungNew studies offer a revisionist interpretation of Donne's career, making a polemical case for studying the full range of his writings.
InhaltsverzeichnisDonne and the words of the law, Jeremy Maule; Mr Secretary Donne - the years with Sir Thomas Egerton, Louis A. Knafla; John Donne the controversialist - the poet as political thinker, Johann P. Sommerville; the profession of friendship in Donne's amatory verse letters, David Cunnington; Donne and Sir Edward Hoby - evidence for an unrecorded collaboration, Alison Shell; labels, controversy, and the language of inclusion in Donne's sermons, Jeanne Shami; Donne as a conventional Paul's Cross preacher, Mary Morrissey; Donne as preacher at Court - precarious "Inthronization", Peter McCullough; Reverent Donne - the double quickening of Lincoln's Inn Chapel, James Cannon; essaying the body - Donne, affliction, and medicine, Stephen Pender; Izaak Walton and the "Re-inanimation" of Dr Donne, Jessica Martin.
PortraitDAVID COLCLOUGH is a lecturer at Queen Mary and Westfield, University of London.
PressestimmenThis is an intriguing collection of essays, lucidly introduced by David Colclough. MODERN LANGUAGE REVIEW
Untertitel: 'Studies in Renaissance Literat'. Revised and Rev. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: BOYDELL & BREWER INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2003
Seitenanzahl: 286 Seiten