A Companion to Shakespeare's Sonnets

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Michael Schoenfeldt
John Wiley & Sons, 2008年4月15日 - 536 頁
This Companion represents the myriad ways of thinking about the remarkable achievement of Shakespeare’s sonnets.
  • An authoritative reference guide and extended introduction to Shakespeare’s sonnets.
  • Contains more than 20 newly-commissioned essays by both established and younger scholars.
  • Considers the form, sequence, content, literary context, editing and printing of the sonnets.
  • Shows how the sonnets provide a mirror in which cultures can read their own critical biases.
  • Informed by the latest theoretical, cultural and archival work.

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Introduction
1
PART I Sonnet Form and Sonnet Sequence
13
PART II Shakespeare and His Predecessors
71
PART III Editorial Theory and Biographical Inquiry Editing the Sonnets
119
PART IV The Sonnets in Manuscript and Print
183
PART V Models of Desire in the Sonnets
223
PART VI Ideas of Darkness in the Sonnets
291
PART VII Memory and Repetition in the Sonnets
329
PART VIII The Sonnets inand the Plays
361
PART IX The Sonnets and A Lovers Complaint
403
Appendix The 1609 Text of Shakespeares Sonnets and A Lovers Complaint
441
Index
502
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Michael Schoenfeldt is Professor of English Literature at the University of Michigan and Director of the Program in Medieval and Early Modern Studies. He is the author of Bodies and Selves in Early Modern England: Physiology and Inwardness in Spenser, Shakespeare, Herbert, and Milton (1999), Prayer and Power: George Herbert and Renaissance Courtship (1991), and co-editor of Imagining Death in Spenser and Milton (2003).

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