Immateriality and Early Modern English Literature - James A. Knapp

Immateriality and Early Modern English Literature

Shakespeare, Donne, Herbert

Immateriality and Early Modern English Literature explores how early modern writers responded to rapidly shifting ideas about the interrelation of their natural and spiritual worlds. It provides six case studies of works by Shakespeare, Donne and Herbert, offering new readings of important literary texts of the English Renaissance alongside detailed chapters outlining attitudes towards immateriality in works of natural philosophy, medicine and theology. Les mer
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Immateriality and Early Modern English Literature explores how early modern writers responded to rapidly shifting ideas about the interrelation of their natural and spiritual worlds. It provides six case studies of works by Shakespeare, Donne and Herbert, offering new readings of important literary texts of the English Renaissance alongside detailed chapters outlining attitudes towards immateriality in works of natural philosophy, medicine and theology. Building on the importance of addressing material culture in order to understand early modern literature, Knapp demonstrates how the literary imagination was shaped by changing attitudes toward the immaterial realm.
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Forlag: Edinburgh University Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781474457118
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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James A. Knapp, Professor of English, Loyola University Chicago.