10 edition of Philip Sidney and the poetics of Renaissance cosmopolitanism found in the catalog.
|Statement||Robert E. Stillman.|
|LC Classifications||PR2343 .S78 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 266 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||2007037447|
As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant. Sir Philip Sidney and the poetics of protestantism. Sir Philip Sidney as a literary craftsman. It will transform our understanding of that stellar Elizabethan and perhaps, by doing so, help answer many questions about the relations in that period between faith, public life, and literature.
It will transform our understanding of that stellar Elizabethan and perhaps, by doing so, help answer many questions about the relations in that period between faith, public life, and literature. Published by: Librairie Droz. Roger Kuin, Oxford University Press. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Westport, Conn. Intellectually ambitious and wide-ranging, this study draws together various elements of contemporary scholarship in literary, religious, and political history in order to afford a broader understanding of the Defence and the cultural context inside which Sidney produced both his poetry and his poetics.
Dominic Baker-Smith and Arthur Kinney. Berkeley, University of California Press. He found many personal and ideological differences between his and the Queen's beliefs. He believed principally that reason was the foundation and panacea under which all human identity could be gathered.
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The suggestion was that Frederik II of Denmark might act as honest broker. Notes 1. Sir Philip Sidney: an anthology of modern criticism. Offering a fresh interpretation of Sidney's celebration of fiction-making, Stillman locates the origins of his poetics inside a neglected historical community: the intellectual elite associated with Philip Melanchthon leader of Philip Sidney and the poetics of Renaissance cosmopolitanism book German Reformation after Lutherthe so-called Philippists.
About the Author Robert E. Google Scholar Hillyer, Richard. London, Croom Helm. Google Scholar Heninger. Rather they continue within the standard rhyme scheme of their anterior lines.
He says some claim that poetry is a fruitless venture, that the poets lie, that people who read poetry are more likely to sin, and that poets have weakened society Defense, Miscellaneous prose of Sir Philip Sidney, ed.
This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. London, Nelson. Google Scholar Wallace, M. Google Scholar Stump, Donald V. What is clear is that Sidney departs from the older conception of poetry as veiled theology to a new understanding of poetry as distinctive and valuable in its own right.
Toronto, University of Toronto Press. Google Scholar Connell, Dorothy. Robert E. Details on Sidney's Biographical Information Sir Philip Sidney was the definition of a renaissance man. Sidney chronology, — Reviews 'The strength of Stillman's study - and a great strength it is - lies in the detailed reading of the Defence against specific treatises, such as Melanchthon's Loci communes and Elementorum rhetorices libri duo, and Mornay's De veritate religionis christianae and Vindiciae contra tyrannos.
Sidney: the critical heritage. CrossRef Google Scholar Copyright information. London, St.
William considered that Frederik's close relationship with Augustus, Elector of Saxony offered some hope. According to the author, Sidney's theory of poetic autonomy and his rejection of prophetic poetry can be seen as part of a larger effort to address Great Britain's iconophobia.
San Marino, Huntington Library. He believed principally that reason was the foundation and panacea under which all human identity could be gathered.
Google Scholar Doherty, Mary Jane. Of his literary works, the Apology for Poetry is the most philosophical — notwithstanding the fact that in the work Sidney explicitly pits poetry against philosophy as well Philip Sidney and the poetics of Renaissance cosmopolitanism book history.
Idea: a concept in art theory.Philip S. Post ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Philip Sidney Post (March 19, – January 6, ) was an American diplomat, politician, and decorated Army officer. He served as a United States Representative. Robert Stillman. Robert Stillman, a professor in the English Department at UT Knoxville, has published his fourth book, Philip Sidney and the Poetics of Renaissance galisend.com ambitious study examines the literary, religious, and political history of early modern Europe in order to understand the poetry and poetics of Sir Philip Sidney.
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Philip Sidney and the Poetics of Renaissance Cosmopolitanism bookAuthor: Robert E. Stillman.