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by Heather Dubrow,Richard Strier

eBook The Historical Renaissance: New Essays on Tudor and Stuart Literature and Culture download ISBN: 0226167666
Author: Heather Dubrow,Richard Strier
Publisher: University of Chicago Press; 1 edition (October 19, 1988)
Language: English
Pages: 388
ePub: 1685 kb
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism

Heather Dubrow and Richard Strier evaluate the contemporary interest in historical studies of the Renaissance, relating it to. .The volume includes studies of mid-Tudor culture as well as of Elizabethan and Stuart periods

The volume includes studies of mid-Tudor culture as well as of Elizabethan and Stuart periods. The scope of the collection is also manifest in its list of contributors.

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The Historical Renaissance both exemplifies and examines the most influential current in contemporary studies of the English Renaissance: the effort to analyze the interplay between literature, history, and politics. The broad and varied manifestations of that effort are reflected in the scope of this collection. Rather than merely providing a sampler of any single critical movement, The Historical Renaissance represents the range of ways scholars and critics are fusing what many would once have distinguished as "literary" and "historical" concernsThe volume includes studies of mid-Tudor culture as well as of Elizabethan and Stuart periods. The scope of the collection is also manifest in its list of contributors. They include historians and literary critics, and their work spans he spectrum from more traditional methods to those characteristic of what has been termed "New Historicism."One aim of the book is to investigate the apparent division between these older and more current approaches. Heather Dubrow and Richard Strier evaluate the contemporary interest in historical studies of the Renaissance, relating it to previous developments in the field, surveying its achievements and limitations, and suggesting new directions for future work.