Scholarly Milton - Thomas Festa

Scholarly Milton

Thomas Festa (Redaktør) ; Kevin J. Donovan (Redaktør)

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Forlag: Liverpool University Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 304
ISBN: 9781802070293
Format: 24 x 16 cm

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«Reviews'"Scholarly Milton" remains an ongoing, transformative, intellectual, and bookish industry, showcasing the expansiveness of his learning and that of Miltonists who reap and contribute to the pages and rewards thereof. And here, the exercise of converting presentations, specifically those delivered at the final Conference on John Milton at Murfreesboro, into fully developed essays has paid off substantially in the communal production of Scholarly Milton.'
Elizabeth Sauer, Modern Philology»

«'In the impressive lead essay, Achinstein asserts that in the tracts, Milton’s practice of the Erasmian humanist philosophical tradition mitigates the limitations imposed ‘by the hermeneutic principles of biblical interpretation as sola scriptura’. These essays are of consistent high quality, and I cheerfully recommend the volume overall.' David V. Urban, The Year's Work in English Studies»

«This collection has the potential to be a repository of and catalyst for continued reflection on the importance of scholarship and will certainly generate new scholarly work on Milton and beyond."
David A. Harper,  Milton Quarterly (55.3-4)»

Thomas Festa is Professor of English at the State University of New York, New Paltz. He is the author of The End of Learning: Milton and Education (2006) and some two dozen scholarly articles as well as co-editor of the award-winning feminist teaching anthology, Early Modern Women on the Fall (2012), and two previous essay collections dedicated to Milton’s works, Milton, Materialism, and Embodiment (2017) and Scholarly Milton (2019). KEVIN J. DONOVAN, Professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University, co-directed with Charles W. Durham and Kristin A. Pruitt the biennial Conference on John Milton from 1991 to 2015. With Thomas Festa he co-edited Milton, Materialism, and Embodiment (Duquesne UP, 2017). He also wrote the Survey of Interpretive Criticism for the New Variorum Shakespeare King Lear, edited by Richard Knowles (forthcoming 2019, MLA) and is associate editor of the volume.