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Talking Renaissance Texts book. Jeffrey Kahan, M. Thomas Hester.

Talking Renaissance Texts book. These essays, written in his honor, employ Stewart's methodological approaches to examine literary and philosophical texts solidly within their contexts. Contributors include: R. V. Young, Arthur F. Kinney, Robert C. Evans, Grace Ioppolo, John Mulyran, Sara van den Berg, Paul J. Voss, Richard Harp, Cyndia Susan Clegg, Scott F. Crider, Tom Clayton, and John Channing Briggs.

Talking Renaissance Texts. For over four decades, Stanley Stewart has been a major voice in Renaissance literary studies

Talking Renaissance Texts. For over four decades, Stanley Stewart has been a major voice in Renaissance literary studies. Stewart has explored the imagery of religious verse, re-examined the categorical implications of 'major' and 'minor' poets and playwrights, and pioneered the use of Wittgensteinian analysis in literature. Still more recently, he has proven to be an adamant and intelligent defender of the traditions and wisdom of humanistic study and criticism.

Talking Renaissance texts by Stanley Stewart, 2009, Edinburgh . Are you sure you want to remove Talking Renaissance texts from your list? Talking Renaissance texts. essays on the humanist tradition in honor of Stanley Stewart.

Are you sure you want to remove Talking Renaissance texts from your list? Talking Renaissance texts. Published 2009 by Edinburgh, Edinburgh Univ P. .English literature, History and criticism. Early modern, 1500-1700. Special issue of: Ben Jonson journal, . 6, nos 1-2, May 2009. Includes bibliographical references and index.

For over four decades, Stanley Stewart has been a major voice in Renaissance .

For over four decades, Stanley Stewart has been a major voice in Renaissance literary studies. Read full description. See details and exclusions. This book is a collection of essays in honour of Stanley Stewart, a major voice in Renaissance literary studies.

16, nos 1-2, May 2009. Uniform Title: Ben Jonson Journal

16, nos 1-2, May 2009. General Note: Special issue of: Ben Jonson journal, . Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. Uniform Title: Ben Jonson Journal. Rubrics: English literature Early modern, 1500-1700 History and criticism.

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Talking Renaissance Texts: Essays on the Humanist Tradition in Honor of Stanley Stewart. Three Early Modern English Plays on Muslim Women. Ed. Jeffrey Kahan and M. Ben Jonson Journal 1. -2, Special Double Issue (May 2009). 'The Injuries That They Themselves Procure': Justice Poetic and Pragmatic, and Aspects of the Endplay, in King Lear. King Lear : New Critical Essays. New York: Routledge, 2008.

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Eloquence Repaired: Thomas Wilson's New Myth of the Origin and Nature of Oratory" in Talking Renaissance Texts: Essays in Honor of Stanley Stewart, ed. M. Thomas Hester and Jeffrey Kahan. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2009. The Golden Amphora: Alienation and Tradition in Homer's Iliad" in Bloom's Literary Themes: Alienation. Harold Bloom and Blake G. Hobby. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 2009.

Contents: Preface: Acknowledgments; Talking Renaissance Texts: A Foreword; Introduction: The Work of Stanley Stewart; 1. Reading 'more wit' in Donne and Catullus, M. Thomas Hester; 2. Donne's Catholic Conscience and the Wit of Religious Anxiety, R. Young; 3. George Herbert's. George Herbert's Early Readers, Arthur F. Kinney; 4. The Monckton-Milnes Manuscript and the 'Truest' Version of Ben Jonson's 'A Satyricall. Shrubb', Grace Ioppolo; 5. 'Shakespear wanted Arte': Questioning the Historical Value of Ben Jonson's Conversations with Drummond, Jeffrey.

For over four decades, Stanley Stewart has been a major voice in Renaissance literary studies. Stewart has explored the imagery of religious verse, re-examined the categorical implications of 'major' and 'minor' poets and playwrights, and pioneered the use of Wittgensteinian analysis in literature. Still more recently, he has proven to be an adamant and intelligent defender of the traditions and wisdom of humanistic study and criticism. These essays in his honour rely upon Stewart's methodological approaches to examine literary and philosophical texts in their contexts. Contributors include: R. V. Young, Arthur F. Kinney, Robert C. Evans, Grace Ioppolo, John Mulyran, Sara van den Berg, Paul J. Voss, Richard Harp, Cyndia Susan Clegg, Scott F. Crider, Tom Clayton, John Channing Briggs.