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Neo–Historicism – Studies in Renaissance Literature, History and Politics

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Lingua: Inglese

D. S. Brewer

Pubblicazione: 11/2000


For nearly two decades, Renaissance literary scholarship has been dominated by various forms of postmodern criticism which claim to expose the simplistic methodology of 'traditional' criticism and to offer a more sophisticated view of the relation between literature and history; however, this new approach, although making scholars more alert to the political significance of literary texts, has been widely criticized on both methodological and theoretical grounds. The revisionist essays collected in this volume make a major contribution to the modern debate on historical method, approaching Renaissance culture from different gender perspectives and a variety of political standpoints, but all sharing an interest in the interdisciplinary study of the past. Robin Headlam Wells is Professor of English, University of Surrey Roehampton; Glenn Burgess is Professor of History, University of Hull; Rowland Wymer is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Hull. The contributors are: Glenn Burgess, Stanley Stewart, Blair Worden, Andrew Gurr, Katharine Eisaman Maus, Rowland Wymer, Graham Parry, Malcolm Smuts, Steven Zwicker, Heather Dubrow, and Robin Headlam Wells.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Studies in Renaissance Literat
Dimensioni: 243 x 20.91 x 172 mm Ø 620 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Pagine Arabe: 282

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