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by Marion White Singleton

eBook God's Courtier: Configuring a Different Grace in George Herbert's Temple download ISBN: 052133473X
Author: Marion White Singleton
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (January 29, 1988)
Language: English
Pages: 272
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Category: Literature
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Singleton, Marion White. Herbert, George, 1593-1633. Books for People with Print Disabilities.

Singleton, Marion White. Temple, Christian poetry, English - History and criticism, Courts and courtiers in literature. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press.

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Marion White Singleton. Singleton examines the style, structure and thematic basis of George Herbert's The Temple. George Herbert is regarded as a metaphysical and at times a solely religious poet. In this book, Marion Singleton focuses on the relation between Herbert's poetry and the cultural background of his life. Singleton examines the style, structure and thematic basis of The Temple in the context of the Renaissance ideal of aristocratic courtliness. She provides a detailed study of Herbert's association with the literary tradition of the courtier and his strategic use of it in The Temple.

God's Courtier : Configuring a Different Grace in George Herbert's Temple. In this book, Marion Singleton focuses on the relation between Herbert's poetry and the cultural background of his life

God's Courtier : Configuring a Different Grace in George Herbert's Temple. She provides a detailed study of Herbert's association with the literary tradition of the courtier and his strategic use of it in The Temple

Marion White Singleton, God’s Courtier: Configuring a Different Grace in George Herbert’s The Temple (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987), 8. oogle Scholar.

Marion White Singleton, God’s Courtier: Configuring a Different Grace in George Herbert’s The Temple (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987), 8. Cite this chapter as: Hawkes D. (2003) Exchange Value and Empiricism in the Poetry of George Herbert. In: Woodbridge L. (eds) Money and the Age of Shakespeare: Essays in New Economic Criticism. Early Modern Cultural Studies.

God's Courtier: Configuring a Different Grace in George Herbert's Temple. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UP, 1987. This Book of Starres": Learning to Read George Herbert. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1994. "Altar" through "Easter Wings (2)".

configuring a different grace in George Herbert's Temple. by Marion White Singleton. Published 1987 by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York. English Christian poetry, History and criticism, Courts and courtiers in literature. George Herbert (1593-1633). God’s Courier: Configuring a Different Grace in George Herbert’s Temple. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987

Singleton, Marion White. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1987. Discusses The Country Parson in light of how it relates to Herbert’s focus on his calling, or choice of a vocation, and the necessity of serving humankind.

God’s Courtier: Configuring a Different Grace in George Herbert’s The Temple (Cambridge. 1411-1416), namely an unusual series of small miniatures which illustrate the psalms and canticles of the book's various Offices and devotions

God’s Courtier: Configuring a Different Grace in George Herbert’s The Temple (Cambridge. The Living Temple: George Herbert and Catechizing. 1411-1416), namely an unusual series of small miniatures which illustrate the psalms and canticles of the book's various Offices and devotions. Instead of referring to the theme of a particular Office, as is customary for illustrations in books of hours, these miniatures, following an old. tradition of psalter illustration, focus attention on certain words or verses of individual psalms, and were originally designed to be accompanied by explanatory tituli.

George Herbert is regarded as a metaphysical and at times a solely religious poet. In this book, Marion Singleton focuses on the relation between Herbert's poetry and the cultural background of his life. Singleton examines the style, structure and thematic basis of The Temple in the context of the Renaissance ideal of aristocratic courtliness. She provides a detailed study of Herbert's association with the literary tradition of the courtier and his strategic use of it in The Temple. God's Courtier touches upon issues of relevance not only to its nominal subject but also to the courtier poet tradition in general. Thus, it will interest literary historians as well as scholars of sixteenth- and seventeenth- century literature.