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The Resource Confession and memory in early modern English literature : penitential remains, Paul D. Stegner, Associate Professor, California Polytechnic University, USA

Confession and memory in early modern English literature : penitential remains, Paul D. Stegner, Associate Professor, California Polytechnic University, USA

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Confession and memory in early modern English literature : penitential remains
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Confession and memory in early modern English literature
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penitential remains
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Paul D. Stegner, Associate Professor, California Polytechnic University, USA
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eng
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
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Early modern literature in history
Confession and memory in early modern English literature : penitential remains, Paul D. Stegner, Associate Professor, California Polytechnic University, USA
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Confession and memory in early modern English literature : penitential remains, Paul D. Stegner, Associate Professor, California Polytechnic University, USA
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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Contents
Confession and memory in the age of reformations -- Confession and redemptive forgetting in Spenser's Legend of holiness: memories of sin, memories of salvation -- The will to forget: Ovidian heroism and the compulsion to confess in Marlowe's Doctor Faustus -- "Try what repentance can": Hamlet, confession, and the extraction of interiority -- Will and the reconciled maid: rereading confession and remembering sin in Shake-speares sonnets -- Treasonous reconciliations: Robert Southwell, religious polemic, and the criminalization of confession -- Conclusion: memories of confession in seventeenth-century England
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1 online resource (241 pages)
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online
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9781137558619
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