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Eucharist and the Poetic Imagination in Early Modern England, Sophie Read

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Eucharist and the Poetic Imagination in Early Modern England
Title
Eucharist and the Poetic Imagination in Early Modern England
Statement of responsibility
Sophie Read
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
A study of six canonical early modern lyric poets and the impact of the Eucharist on their work
Member of
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Read, Sophie
Dewey number
821/.309
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Ideas in context
Series volume
104
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  • Southwell, Robert
  • Donne, John
  • Herbert, George
  • Crashaw, Richard
  • Vaughan, Henry
  • Milton, John
  • English poetry
  • Christian poetry, English
  • Lord's Supper in literature
Label
Eucharist and the Poetic Imagination in Early Modern England, Sophie Read
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Title from publishers bibliographic system (viewed 26 Feb 2013)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgements; Note on the Text; Introduction; Eucharist and the poetic imagination; History of a controversy: rhetorical reformations; Eucharistic figuration: Luther, Zwingli, Calvin; Types of ambiguity: The Book of Common Prayer, 1549-1559; Writing after the Reformation: 1559-1674; Eucharist troped; Chapter 1 Southwell and paradox; Paradox, anonymity and the Jesuit aesthetic; Southwell's literary apostolate; Body as text: imitation and martyrdom; Text as body: writing, relic, sacrament; Poetry and the failure of sacramental substitution
  • Chapter 2 Donne and punningThe sacramental pun; Love and the eucharist; Implicit sacramentalism: rhetoric and divinity; Transubstantiating transubstantiation; Chapter 3 Herbert and metanoia; The metanoietic impulse: correction and deception; The divided voice; The divine voice; Metanoia and the eucharist; Submissive equivocation: Herbert's mysterious eucharist; Chapter 4 Crashaw and metonymy; Criticising Crashaw: a matter of taste; Outrageous appetites: the erotics of the edible Christ; Crashaw's self-consuming art; Metonymy and Christianity; Communion in one kind: eucharistic accommodation
  • Chapter 5 Vaughan and synecdocheThe synecdoche of the flashing flint; Scriptural poetics and the Book of Nature; Anglican recusancy and the Book of Common Prayer; 'Vitall gold': communions of light; Chapter 6 Milton and metaphor; Metaphor and Christianity; The eucharist in paradise; Transubstantiating transubstantiation II; Covenant and sacrament; Eve's misreadings: of sacramental symbols and the fruit; Epilogue; Select bibliography; Primary; Secondary; Index
Control code
ocn835209569
Extent
1 online resource (245 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781139616829
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)835209569
Label
Eucharist and the Poetic Imagination in Early Modern England, Sophie Read
Publication
Note
Title from publishers bibliographic system (viewed 26 Feb 2013)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgements; Note on the Text; Introduction; Eucharist and the poetic imagination; History of a controversy: rhetorical reformations; Eucharistic figuration: Luther, Zwingli, Calvin; Types of ambiguity: The Book of Common Prayer, 1549-1559; Writing after the Reformation: 1559-1674; Eucharist troped; Chapter 1 Southwell and paradox; Paradox, anonymity and the Jesuit aesthetic; Southwell's literary apostolate; Body as text: imitation and martyrdom; Text as body: writing, relic, sacrament; Poetry and the failure of sacramental substitution
  • Chapter 2 Donne and punningThe sacramental pun; Love and the eucharist; Implicit sacramentalism: rhetoric and divinity; Transubstantiating transubstantiation; Chapter 3 Herbert and metanoia; The metanoietic impulse: correction and deception; The divided voice; The divine voice; Metanoia and the eucharist; Submissive equivocation: Herbert's mysterious eucharist; Chapter 4 Crashaw and metonymy; Criticising Crashaw: a matter of taste; Outrageous appetites: the erotics of the edible Christ; Crashaw's self-consuming art; Metonymy and Christianity; Communion in one kind: eucharistic accommodation
  • Chapter 5 Vaughan and synecdocheThe synecdoche of the flashing flint; Scriptural poetics and the Book of Nature; Anglican recusancy and the Book of Common Prayer; 'Vitall gold': communions of light; Chapter 6 Milton and metaphor; Metaphor and Christianity; The eucharist in paradise; Transubstantiating transubstantiation II; Covenant and sacrament; Eve's misreadings: of sacramental symbols and the fruit; Epilogue; Select bibliography; Primary; Secondary; Index
Control code
ocn835209569
Extent
1 online resource (245 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781139616829
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)835209569

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