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The Resource Constructing Sonnet Sequences in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance : a Study of Six Poets, (electronic resource)

Constructing Sonnet Sequences in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance : a Study of Six Poets, (electronic resource)

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Constructing Sonnet Sequences in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance : a Study of Six Poets
Title
Constructing Sonnet Sequences in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance
Title remainder
a Study of Six Poets
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This work establishes the presence of ambiguous, polyvalent characterisation of the first-person voice in the Petrarchan poem sequence. It argues that such characterisation triggers a reader-response mechanism characterised by ambivalence and interest which could be called splintered identification. This means of identifying helps promote reader-involvement and foster the perception of the sequence as an integral work, concerns which betray the presence of novelistic thinking. This book contains two color photographs
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Kambaskovic-Sawers, Danijela
Dewey number
821.04209
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Petrarca, Francesco
  • Petrarca, Francesco
  • English poetry
  • Sonnets, English
  • Petrarchism
Label
Constructing Sonnet Sequences in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance : a Study of Six Poets, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Contents
  • CONSTRUCTING SONNET SEQUENCES IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES AND RENAISSANCE: A Study of Six Poets; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Abstract; Introduction; Chapter One -- 'A good length with my short thread': Petrarch's Il Canzoniere and Splintered Identification; Chapter Two -- 'Fore-judging the after-following race': Sidney's Astrophil at Play With Ambiguity; Chapter Three -- 'Her stubborne hart to bend': Spenser's Amoretti and the Poetics of Ethical Challenge
  • Chapter Four -- 'I see your craft, now I perceaue your drift': Drayton's Idea, Daniel's Delia and the Architectonics of EntertainmentChapter Five -- 'Three themes in one, which wondrous scope affords': Shakespeare's Sonnets and the Ascendancy of the Story; Conclusion; Select Bibliographies; General Bibliography; Bibliography -- Chapter One; Bibliography -- Chapter Two; Bibliography -- Chapter Three; Bibliography -- Chapter Four; Bibliography -- Chapter Five; Index
Control code
ocn818851291
Extent
1 online resource (421 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780773430334
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)818851291
Label
Constructing Sonnet Sequences in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance : a Study of Six Poets, (electronic resource)
Publication
Contents
  • CONSTRUCTING SONNET SEQUENCES IN THE LATE MIDDLE AGES AND RENAISSANCE: A Study of Six Poets; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Abstract; Introduction; Chapter One -- 'A good length with my short thread': Petrarch's Il Canzoniere and Splintered Identification; Chapter Two -- 'Fore-judging the after-following race': Sidney's Astrophil at Play With Ambiguity; Chapter Three -- 'Her stubborne hart to bend': Spenser's Amoretti and the Poetics of Ethical Challenge
  • Chapter Four -- 'I see your craft, now I perceaue your drift': Drayton's Idea, Daniel's Delia and the Architectonics of EntertainmentChapter Five -- 'Three themes in one, which wondrous scope affords': Shakespeare's Sonnets and the Ascendancy of the Story; Conclusion; Select Bibliographies; General Bibliography; Bibliography -- Chapter One; Bibliography -- Chapter Two; Bibliography -- Chapter Three; Bibliography -- Chapter Four; Bibliography -- Chapter Five; Index
Control code
ocn818851291
Extent
1 online resource (421 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780773430334
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)818851291

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