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The Resource Green thoughts, green shades : essays by contemporary poets on the early modern lyric, edited by Jonathan F.S. Post

Green thoughts, green shades : essays by contemporary poets on the early modern lyric, edited by Jonathan F.S. Post

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Green thoughts, green shades : essays by contemporary poets on the early modern lyric
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Green thoughts, green shades
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essays by contemporary poets on the early modern lyric
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edited by Jonathan F.S. Post
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eng
Summary
Green Thoughts, Green Shades is a strikingly original book, the first and only of its kind. Edited and introduced by noted seventeenth-century scholar Jonathan Post, it enlists the analytic and verbal power of some of today's most celebrated poets to illuminate from the inside out a number of the greatest lyric poets writing in English during the sixteenth and seventeenth century
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Green thoughts, green shades : essays by contemporary poets on the early modern lyric, edited by Jonathan F.S. Post
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Green thoughts, green shades : essays by contemporary poets on the early modern lyric, edited by Jonathan F.S. Post
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/j.ctt1pp981
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
The face of the sonnet: Wyatt and some early features of the tradition / Peter Sacks -- Sidney and the sestina / Anthony Hecht -- Naked numbers: a curve from Wyatt to Rochester / Heather McHugh -- Ben Jonson and the loathèd word / Linda Gregerson -- Donne's sovereignty / Calvin Bedient -- Anomaly, conundrum, Thy-will-be-done: on the poetry of George Herbert / Carl Phillips -- Milton in the modern: the invention of personality / William Logan -- Finding Anne Bradstreet / Eavan Boland -- Unordinary passions: Margaret Cavendish, the Duchess of Newcastle / Alice Fulton -- "How coy a figure": Marvelry / Stephen Yenser -- Saint John the rake: Rochester's poetry / Thom Gunn -- Edward Taylor: what was he up to? / Robert Hass
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1 online resource (xiv, 300 pages)
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