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Author: Maureen Quilligan
ISBN13: 978-0801415906
Title: Milton's Spenser: The Politics of Reading
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Language: English
Category: Poetry
Publisher: Cornell Univ Pr; First Edition edition (November 1, 1983)
Pages: 249

Milton's Spenser: The Politics of Reading by Maureen Quilligan



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Maureen Quilligan," Renaissance Quarterly 39, no. 2 (Summer, 1986): 353-356. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Michelangelo’s Pietà as Tomb Monument: Patronage, Liturgy, and Mourning. The Ottoman Empire in the Long Sixteenth Century. The Business of Prostitution in Early Renaissance Venice. Materials for Renaissance Fashion.

Poetics: Milton’s Tradition and His Legacy (1979); Maureen Quilligan, Milton’s Spenser: The Politics of Reading (1983); John Guillory, Poetic Authority: Spenser, Milton, and Literary History (1983); Gordon Teskey, ‘From Allegory to Dialectic: Imagining Error in Spenser and Milton’ (1986); and Linda Gregerson, The Reformation of the Subject: Spenser, Milton, and the English Protestant Epic (1995). Of Amoret’s non-death, Harry Berger argues, ‘The erotic and sadistic fascination of the game depends on her continuing existence and resistance; therefore she cannot be literally or finally killed’ (Revisionary Play: Studies in the Spenserian Dynamics, 182).

1979); Maureen Quilligan, Milton’s Spenser: The Politics of Reading (1983); John Guillory, Poetic Authority: Spenser, Milton, and Literary History (1983); Gordon Teskey, ‘From Allegory to Dialectic: Imagining Error in Spenser and Milton’ (1986); and Linda Gregerson, The Reformarion of the Subject: Spenser, Milton, and the English Protestant Epic (1995). Milton was not unduly perturbed, surely, by the example of The Faerie Queen’ (The Transcendental Masque: An Essay on Milton’s ‘Comus’, 142–3).

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In book: Imagining Death in Spenser and Milton, p. -27. Cite this publication. Elizabeth Jane Bellamy. In his groundbreaking study of changing Western attitudes towards death since antiquity, the social historian Philippe Aries has argued that death is not a fixed concept but rather a cultural construct reimagined through time. 1 The cultural practice of ‘imagining’ death assumes distinctive changes from one era to the next. Infernal Triad: The Flesh Greatest SpenserianThe Virgilian Triad Revisited Visionary Poetics: Milton’s Tradition and His Legacy (1979); Maureen Quilligan, Milton’s Spenser: The Politics of ReadingFrom Allegory to Dialectic: Imagining Error in Spenser and Milton. Joseph A Milton Richard Neuse.

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The issue of the Jews deeply engaged Milton throughout his career, and not necessarily in ways that make for comfortable or reassuring reading today. While Shakespeare and Marlowe, for example, critiqued rather than endorsed racial and religious prejudice in their writings about Jews, the same cannot be said for Milton. The essays in this volume richly document the productive ambivalence of Milton's thinking about the Jews. On the one hand the suffering Jew who endures the Babylonian captivity and remains faithful to his God is a model for God's Englishman. Milton's Spenser: The Politics of Reading. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1983 Google Scholar.

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