Shakespeare s History Plays Richard II to Henry V the Making of a KingShakespeare s History Plays Richard II to Henry V the Making of a King



Sonnets, to most of us, are just sonnets; but the Elizabethans recognized several
different types which did specific jobs. Shakespeare's choice of the sonnet fifi
form (as in the first meeting of Romeo and Juliet) is therefore a signal fifi to the ...

Author: C W R D Moseley

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The Cambridge Companion to the SonnetThe Cambridge Companion to the Sonnet



There are more kinds of beetles than kinds of sonnets, more beetles on earth
than sonnets by living authors, but ... as 14, to The Making of a Sonnet: A Norton
Anthology, by the American poet edward hirsch and the Irish poet eavan Boland.

Author: A. D. Cousins

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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Beginning with the early masters of the sonnet form, Dante and Petrarch, the Companion examines the reinvention of the sonnet across times and cultures, from Europe to America. In doing so, it considers sonnets as diverse as those by William Shakespeare, William Wordsworth, George Herbert and e. e. cummings. The chapters explore how we think of the sonnet as a 'lyric' and what is involved in actually trying to write one. The book includes a lively discussion between three distinguished contemporary poets - Paul Muldoon, Jeff Hilson and Meg Tyler - on the experience of writing a sonnet, and a chapter which traces the sonnet's diffusion across manuscript, print, screen and the internet. A fresh and authoritative overview of this major poetic form, the Companion expertly guides the reader through the sonnet's history and development into the global multimedia phenomenon it is today.

Sovereignty Seventeenth Century England and the Making of the Modern Political ImaginarySovereignty Seventeenth Century England and the Making of the Modern Political Imaginary



Milton's sonnet was likely composed as a response to Vane's sagacity in
handling naval confrontation with the Dutch in 1652 and to Vane's anonymous
pamphlet in the same year, Zeal Examined, which urged greater liberty of
conscience than ...

Author: Feisal G. Mohamed

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

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This book argues that sovereignty is the first-order question of political order, and that seventeenth-century England provides an important case study in the roots of its modern iterations. It offers fresh readings of Thomas Hobbes, John Milton, and Andrew Marvell, as well as lesser-known figures and literary texts. In addition to political philosophy and literary studies, it also takes account of the period's legal history, exploring the exercise of the crown's feudal rights in the Court of Wards and Liveries, debates over habeas rights, and contests of various courts over jurisdiction. Theorizing sovereignty in a way that points forward to later modernity, the book also offers a sustained critique of the writings of Carl Schmitt, the twentieth century's most influential, if also most controversial, thinker on this topic.

The Making and Marketing of Tottel s Miscellany 1557The Making and Marketing of Tottel s Miscellany 1557



Songs and Sonnets in the Summer of the Martyrs' Fires Professor J Christopher
Warner. an uncertain author (R218/M188). Therewould have been two more by
Wyatt in this form but forprinting errors: R75/M80 isthe sonnet witha missing line ...

Author: Professor J Christopher Warner

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 9781472408280

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First published in the summer of 1557 - as the protestant martyrs’ pyres blazed across England - Songes and Sonettes, written by the ryght honorable Lorde Henry Haward late Earle of Surrey, and other (more generally known as Tottel’s Miscellany) is widely regarded as the first anthology of English poetry responsible for introducing Italianate verse forms to England. Yet those scholars who have paid attention to the book usually dismiss its literary quality and regard its chief accomplishment as paving the way for the Golden Age of Elizabethan verse to come. As Professor Warner makes clear, however, there is much more historical significance to the Miscellany than merely being a precursor to Shakespeare and Sidney. Drawing upon a wealth of historical, textual and literary evidence, this new study recasts the Miscellany as a peculiar phenomenon of the reign of Mary I. Placing it in the context of its European counterparts and its competition in the London book market, Warner argues that at heart the Miscellany was a collaborative project between the printer, Richard Tottel and law students from the Inns of Court, and represented a timely response to the religious, political and social upheavals of the English Reformation and Counter-Reformation. Analysing from both a literary and historical perspective, this study reconnects the Miscellany with the social, cultural, literary and religious milieu in which it was created. Warner thus reveals not only the distinctiveness of the book’s design compared to other English verse works for sale in 1557, but its function as a patriotic retort to Continental collections of verse -including one that put into print a selection of satirical songs and sonnets written by the Spanish caballeros who found themselves reluctant attendants at the court of Mary I.

Charlotte Smith and the SonnetCharlotte Smith and the Sonnet



In an interesting essay on sonnet LXXIX 'To the Goddess of Botany', Judith
Hawley contrasts this sonnet with Smith's ... Elegiac Sonnets: Losses and Gains',
in Women's Poetry in the Enlightenment: The Making of a Canon, 1730–1820, ed
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Author: Bethan Roberts

Publisher: Oxford University Press

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This book offers the first full-length study of Charlotte Smith's Elegiac Sonnets and clarifies its 'place' - in multiple ways - in literary history as a work celebrated for 'making it new', yet deeply engaged with the literary past. It argues that Smith's sonnets are constituted by three intertwined concerns: with tradition, place and the sonnet form itself, whereby the subjects of Smith's sonnets - across birds, rivers, the sea, plants and flowers - are bound up with the literary context in which she wrote. Charlotte Smith and the Sonnet shows that Smith's verse engages more deeply with tradition than has hitherto been realised and revises our understanding not only of Smith's career but also of the sonnet in eighteenth-century England. The book also illuminates Smith's place in posterity, as a popular poet - influencing figures ranging from Wordsworth and Coleridge to Constable - who was subsequently obscured in literary history. It reveals the complex processes underpinning Smith's reception and paradoxical position from the late eighteenth century to the present day, and shows that the appropriation of place itself was an important way in which aspects of literary tradition have been negotiated and understood by Smith, her predecessors, contemporaries and successors.

The SonnetThe Sonnet



More formality is provided by the jeux d'esprit christened the 'unrhymable sonnet'
based on the curious fact that Swann and Sidgwick in their The Making of Verse (
London, 1937, p. 47) list just fourteen words for which there are no rhymes in ...

Author: John Fuller

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351630597

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First published in 1972, this book examines the sonnet, one of the most complex yet accessible of verse forms. It traces its history, concentrating primarily on its technical development, and fully explains the differences between the Italian and English sonnet. The study looks at several different kinds of sonnet, including condensed and expanded sonnets, inverted and tailed sonnets and irregularities of metre and rhyme, and concludes with a survey of the sonnet sequence. This book will be useful to students of prosody and English poetry as well as those concerned with the practice of verse.

Sonnets Of This Century With A Critical Introduction On The SonnetSonnets Of This Century With A Critical Introduction On The Sonnet



Review has well said, “the sonnet might almost be called the alphabet of the
human heart, since almost every kind of ... wish to write in the sonnet form, but
also of those who do not even yet fully realise how many things go to the making
of a ...

Author: William Sharp

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A Companion to Shakespeare s SonnetsA Companion to Shakespeare s Sonnets



Informed by the latest theoretical, cultural, and archival work, the text also takes account of the work of earlier generations of scholars.

Author: Michael Schoenfeldt

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781444332063

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This Companion represents the myriad ways of thinking about the remarkable achievement of Shakespeare?s sonnets. An authoritative reference guide and extended introduction to Shakespeare?s sonnets. Contains more than 20 newly-commissioned essays by both established and younger scholars. Considers the form, sequence, content, literary context, editing and printing of the sonnets. Shows how the sonnets provide a mirror in which cultures can read their own critical biases. Informed by the latest theoretical, cultural and archival work.

The Development of the SonnetThe Development of the Sonnet



'MAKING. THE. AIR. TREMBLE. WITH. CLARITY': THE. STILNOVISTI. In watching
the sonnet acquire its voices and its space, we have arrived at the last quarter of
the thirteenth century, a hundred years before Chaucer and fifty years before ...

Author: Michael R. G. Spiller

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134882885

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First published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Elizabeth Barrett Browning and ShakespeareElizabeth Barrett Browning and Shakespeare



... was already particularly adroit at making a great deal happen in a very small
space, it is not so astonishing that some of her greatest achievements would be
the outcome of her subjecting her thinking to the tight discipline of the sonnet
from.

Author: Josie Billington

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An examination of the work of Elizabeth Barrett Browning that connects her creative disposition, mind and mode to Shakespeare.

Shakespeare s Poems and SonnetsShakespeare s Poems and Sonnets



SONNET. 87. [Anthony Hecht is a poet who was born in 1923 in New York City.
He retired in 1993 after 40 years of ... by the sheer act of lively intelligence that
went into the making of the 43 Anthony Hecht on the Question of Blame in Sonnet
87.

Author: Harold Bloom

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Provides insight into the poems & sonnets of William Shakespeare along with a brief biography.

The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature Volume 1 600 1660The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature Volume 1 600 1660



( 2 ) GENERAL STUDIES Gascoigne , G . Certayne notes of instruction
concerning [ Fries , C . C . ] The early modern English dictionary : the making of
verse . In his Posies , 1575 . sonnet . PMLA 47 1932 . Sidney , Sir P . The defence
of poesie .

Author: George Watson

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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More than fifty specialists have contributed to this new edition of volume 1 of The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. The design of the original work has established itself so firmly as a workable solution to the immense problems of analysis, articulation and coordination that it has been retained in all its essentials for the new edition. The task of the new contributors has been to revise and integrate the lists of 1940 and 1957, to add materials of the following decade, to correct and refine the bibliographical details already available, and to re-shape the whole according to a new series of conventions devised to give greater clarity and consistency to the entries.

The Making of Shakespeare s Dramatic PoetryThe Making of Shakespeare s Dramatic Poetry



And , along with the situation and the language of the sonnet , he also takes over
the form . The Prologue to the play is a sonnet , the Chorus at the opening of act II
is a sonnet , and , most important of all , the first exchanges between Romeo ...

Author: George Richard Hibbard

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English sonnets by living writers selected and arranged with a note on the history of the sonnet by S WaddingtonEnglish sonnets by living writers selected and arranged with a note on the history of the sonnet by S Waddington



To H , God ! the world needs many hours to make ; A Nor hast Thou ceased the
making of it yet , But wilt be working on when Death hath set A new mound in
some churchyard for my sake . On flow the centuries without a break . Uprise the
 ...

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The Art of Shakespeare s SonnetsThe Art of Shakespeare s Sonnets



f ○ And I'll be sworn upon't that he loves her; For here's a paper written in his
hand, A halting sonnet of his own pure brain. ... an extension of, our experience
of it, and as a good deal of thinking has gone to the making of poetry, so a good
deal ...

Author: Helen Vendler

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674088603

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Helen Vendler, widely regarded as our most accomplished interpreter of poetry, here serves as an incomparable guide to some of the best-loved poems in the English language. In detailed commentaries on Shakespeare's 154 sonnets, Vendler reveals previously unperceived imaginative and stylistic features of the poems, pointing out not only new levels of import in particular lines, but also the ways in which the four parts of each sonnet work together to enact emotion and create dynamic effect.