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eBook Chamber Music: Elizabethan Sonnet-Sequences and the Pleasure of Criticism (Heritage) ePub

by Roger Kuin

  • ISBN: 0802041884
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Roger Kuin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; 74th ed. edition (March 21, 1998)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1658 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1250 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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Arranged somewhat like a sonnet-sequence, in semi-sequential units, Chamber Music can be seen as following .

Arranged somewhat like a sonnet-sequence, in semi-sequential units, Chamber Music can be seen as following two streams. In the first instance, it presents a fresh and original discussion of the major Elizabethan sonnet-sequences: Sidney's Astrophil and Stella, Spenser's Amoretti and Epithalamion, and Shakespeare's Sonnets and Lover's Complaint.

3 There has never been ary criticism of early texts

Published by: University of Toronto Press. A book of post-modern criticism, influenced by many modern literary critics, including Barthes and Eco, that analyses the sonnet sequences of Sidney, Spenser, and Shakespeare from an interpretative angle as well as reevaluating the Renaissance sonnets. eISBN: 978-1-4426-7282-6. 3 There has never been ary criticism of early texts. What is new is the need to enshrine or to justify it. 4 The informed non-academic reader is on the verge of extinction; but may yet be recovered.

Chamber MusicRoger Kuin's Chamber Music is a playfully written, imaginative, and ultimately . Kuin focuses on the problems inherent in the form of the sonnet sequence, emphasizing the various forms of indeterminacy central to their meaning.

Chamber MusicRoger Kuin's Chamber Music is a playfully written, imaginative, and ultimately demanding book, with a critical approach characterized by an unusu. His sense of the intertextual relationship among the major English sequences is subtle, and in places, strikingly original, in combination with a highly sophisticated understanding of theory.

Chamber Music: Elizabethan Sonnet-sequences and the Pleasure of Criticism. ZZ 71/152 Kuin, Roger. The Gaps and the Whites: Indeterminacy and Undecideability in the Sonnet Sequences of Sidney, Spenser and Shakespeare

Chamber Music: Elizabethan Sonnet-sequences and the Pleasure of Criticism. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1998. FBB: F KP 1265 Leslie, Michael. The Gaps and the Whites: Indeterminacy and Undecideability in the Sonnet Sequences of Sidney, Spenser and Shakespeare. In: Spenser Studies: A Renaissance Poetry Annual, 8 (1987), 251-285. folder 7 Laroche, Rebecca. 'O Absent Presence,' Sidney Is Not Here: The Lament for Astrophil and the Stellar Presence of a Woman Writer".

Roger Kuin is Professor Emeritus at York University in Toronto

Roger Kuin is Professor Emeritus at York University in Toronto. For forty years he has worked on the life, work, and personality of Philip Sidney. The Poems of Sir Philip Sidney. This book, the remarkable product of two decades of study by one of our most respected Renaissance scholars, will be welcomed by all historians, literary scholars, and art historians of the period.

A book of post-modern criticism, influenced by many modern literary critics, including Barthes and Eco, that analyses the sonnet sequences of Sidney, Spenser, and Shakespeare from an interpretative angle as well as reevaluating the Renaissance sonnets. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Kuin, Roger.

Roger Kuin's Chamber Music is a playfully written, imaginative, and ultimately demanding book, with a critical approach characterized by an unusual and indiosynchratic post-modern critical style that will challenge the reader's perceptions of what a book of criticism should and can do. Analysing the sonnet sequences of Sidney, Spenser, and Shakespeare both from an interpretive angle and from the perspective of a post-modern re-evaluation of the Renaissance sonnets, Roger Kuin's discussion is influenced by many modern literary critics, including Roland Barthes and Umberto Eco.

The Elizabethan stage. by. Chambers, E. K. (Edmund Kerchever), 1866-1954.

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Roger Kuin's Chamber Music is a playfully written, imaginative, and ultimately demanding book, with a critical approach characterized by an unusual and indiosynchratic post-modern critical style that will challenge the reader's perceptions of what a book of criticism should and can do.

Analysing the sonnet sequences of Sidney, Spenser, and Shakespeare both from an interpretive angle and from the perspective of a post-modern re-evaluation of the Renaissance sonnets, Roger Kuin's discussion is influenced by many modern literary critics, including Roland Barthes and Umberto Eco. Kuin focuses on the problems inherent in the form of the sonnet sequence, emphasizing the various forms of indeterminacy central to their meaning. His sense of the intertextual relationship among the major English sequences is subtle, and in places, strikingly original, in combination with a highly sophisticated understanding of theory.

Chamber Music is a book that will infuriate many, but ultimately reward those who flow with its idiosyncratic style towards Roger Kuin's admirable and expert conclusions.