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Author: Ignacio Enrique Navarrete
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: spanish, renaissance, theory, poetry, petrarch, orphans
Number of Pages: 320
Published: 1994
ISBN-10: 0520083733
ISBN-13: 9780520083738

In Spain as elsewhere, Renaissance poets transformed the lyric tradition by using Petrarch as a source of poetic renewal. But political unity and military hegemony, coupled with a sense of cultural inferiority and an obsession with ethnic purity, made Spain different. Drawing on modern critical theory, Ignacio Navarrete offers a new exposition of the development of Spanish Renaissance poetics. Grounded in both philology and cultural theory, Orphans of Petrarch is the first book to integrate the "Spanish difference" into an understanding of Renaissance lyric as a European phenomenon. In Spain a

Author: Jonathan V. Crewe
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: reconstruction, wyatt, shakespeare, poetic, forms, authorship, anterior, trials
Number of Pages: 216
Published: 1990
ISBN-10: 0520066936
ISBN-13: 9780520066939

For more than a decade, the English Renaissance has been the scene of trial for the critical methodologies of deconstruction, feminism, new historicism, psychoanalytic poststructuralism, and cultural studies. Jonathan Crewe argues that the commitment in the prevailing criticism to innovation, transgression, and radical change has increasingly obscured some powerfully conservative elements both in Renaissance culture and in these critical discourses themselves.In a reading of the poets Wyatt, Surrey, and Gascoigne, and of the biographies of Thomas More and Cardinal Wolsey, Crewe focuses on the

Author: Anna Pochmara
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Keywords: sexuality, harlem, renaissance, masculinity, authorship, new, negro, black, making
Number of Pages: 281
Published: 2011-10-15
ISBN-10: 9089643192
ISBN-13: 9789089643193

The Making of the New Negro examines black masculinity in the period of the Harlem Renaissance, a cultural movement that spanned the 1920s and 1930s in America and was marked by an outpouring of African American art, music, theater and literature. The Harlem Renaissance, or New Negro Movement, began attracting extensive academic attention in the 1990s as scholars discovered how complex, significant, and fascinating it was.Drawing on African American texts, archives, unpublished writings, and contemporaneous European discourses, this book highlights both the canonical figures of the New Negro M

Author: Vincent Ilardi
Publisher: American Philosophical Society
Keywords: telescopes, spectacles, vision, renaissance
Number of Pages: 412
Published: 2007
ISBN-10: 0871692597
ISBN-13: 9780871692597

Author: C. W. Dutschke
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: libraries, claremont, manuscripts, renaissance, medieval
Number of Pages: 178
Published: 1986
ISBN-10: 0520096444
ISBN-13: 9780520096448

Author: Stephen Jay Greenblatt
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: renaissance, english, representing
Number of Pages: 396
Published: 1983
ISBN-10: 0520061306
ISBN-13: 9780520061309

Author: Robert S. Kinsman
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: reason, fields, renaissance, vision, darker
Number of Pages: 336
Published: 1974
ISBN-10: 0520022599
ISBN-13: 9780520022591
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