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by Alfred Satterthwaite

  • ISBN: 0804615829
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Alfred Satterthwaite
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kennikat Press; New edition edition (June 2, 1972)
  • Pages: 282
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Although it has been recognized that Edmund Spenser's poetry owes a debt to the work of the French poets of the Pléiade, particularly to Joachim du Bellay and Pierre de Ronsard, there has been no critical analysis of this relationship. He discusses the attitudes of the poets to their Muses and to contemporary literature, their ideas of time and mutability, their moral (or amoral) views of literature and of life their religious orientation, and their use of the Platonic and neo-Platonic theories that were a part of the inherited culture of the Renaissance. Originally published in 1960.

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-Spenser, Ronsard and Du Bellay: a Renaissance Comparison (Princeton, 1960). Schleiner, . ‘Spenser and Sidney on the Vaticinium’, SSt, 6 (1985), 129–45. -‘Spenser’s E. K. as Edmund Kent (Kenned, of Kent): Kyth (Couth), Kissed, and Kunning-Conning’, ELR, 20 (1990), 374–407. Although it has been recognized that Edmund Spenser's poetry owes a debt to the work of the French poets of the Pleiade, particularly to Joachim du Bellay and Pierre de Ronsard, there has been no critical analysis of this relationship. Mr. Satterthwaite compares the work of the three poets, showing the relation between the English movement to write quantitative verse and the French experiments in vers mesures

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Spenser, ronsard, and du bellay. Unauthenticated Download Date 1/16/20 1:26 AM. A renaissance comparison by alfred w. and by the Ford Foundation program to support publication, through university presses, of works. in the humanities and social sciences. Printed in the United States of America by Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey. FOR.

Spenser, Ronsard, and DuBellay. Series: Princeton Legacy Library. A comparison of Edmund Spenser, Joachim du Bellay, and Pierre de Ronsard is inevitably an essay on the Renaissance. In all the confusion of radical disagreement among scholars concerning the dates of the Renaissance, there is general accord in admitting that the second half of the sixteenth century in both France and England falls into this period. When it began, and when (or whether) it ended, is a more complex question about which many books have been-and will be-written.