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The Resource Open subjects : English Renaissance republicans, modern selfhoods, and the virtue of vulnerability, James Kuzner

Open subjects : English Renaissance republicans, modern selfhoods, and the virtue of vulnerability, James Kuzner

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Open subjects : English Renaissance republicans, modern selfhoods, and the virtue of vulnerability
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Open subjects
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English Renaissance republicans, modern selfhoods, and the virtue of vulnerability
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James Kuzner
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eng
Summary
James Kuzner's study of writing by Spenser, Shakespeare, Marvell and Milton presents a genealogy for the modern self in which its republican origins can be understood far more radically
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Edinburgh critical studies in Renaissance culture
Open subjects : English Renaissance republicans, modern selfhoods, and the virtue of vulnerability, James Kuzner
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Open subjects : English Renaissance republicans, modern selfhoods, and the virtue of vulnerability, James Kuzner
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.3366/j.ctt1r27qq
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Introduction: vulnerable crests of Renaissance selves -- Legacies of republicanism, histories of the shelf -- 'Without respect of utility': precarious life and the politics of Edmund Spenser's Legend of Friendship -- Unbuilding the city: Coriolanus, Titus Andronicus and the form of openness -- 'That Transubstantiall solacisme': Andrew Marvell, linguistic vulnerability and the space of the subject -- Habermas goes to hell: pleasure, public reason and the republicanism of Paradise Lost
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