Classical, Renaissance, and postmodernist acts of the imagination: essays commemorating O.B. Hardison, Jr
This collection of essays on poetics and poetry, with special attention to Shakespeare, includes the work of some of the nation's best-known and most respected scholars and authors. The major new essays, written especially for this collection, center on Hardison's interests, for example, Aristotle and classical poetics, Petrarch and Italian poetics, and the English Renaissance.
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abstract Aristotle Armado artistic Astrophil audience Berowne Boyet Calender century characters Christian Colin collaborative contemporary course creative criticism Cuddie cultural death delight Dido divorce drama dreams eclogues editor Elizabethan emotional English essay experience Finnegans Wake Folio Friar Friar Lawrence Greek human imagination interpretation J. V. Cunningham John katharsis kind language lines literary London Love's Labor's Lost masks meaning Measure for Measure Mercutio Milton modern moral Mosaic law Nashe Nashe's nature O. B. Hardison Paradise Lost performance perhaps play poem poet Poetics poetry Ponte pope praise purgation Quarto reading recreative rehearsal Renaissance rhetorical rhyme Roaratorio Romeo and Juliet Rosaline scene script seems sense Shakespeare Shakespeare's speaker Sidney song Sonnet sound speak Spenser spirits stanza teaching theater things thou tion traditional tragedy tragic true truth University Press verse women words writes York young