The Arts of Empire: The Poetics of Colonialism from Raleigh to Milton

Portada
University of Delaware Press, 1998 - 275 páginas
Focusing on Ireland and the New World -- the two central colonial projects of Elizabethan and Stuart England -- this book explores the emergings of a colonialist consciousness in the writing and political workings of the English Renaissance. The literary production of the period engaged England's settlement of colonies in the New World and its colonial designs in Ireland by offering multiple perspectives in constant collision and negotiation.
 

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Acknowledgments
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Introduction
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reads as an ambivalence we find in Shakespeares culture
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They seek so many new they see that this
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ginia In this particular text Purchas explains how
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Elizabethan England
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ingrequisites for classical tragedycannot be appreciated
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peculiar Renaissance creature that does not Spenser reminds us
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and susceptibility to women The wisest heart
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Notes
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lem of Labor in Paradise Lost in Subject
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Works Cited
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because he was unable to extricate himself from his Calvinistic
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experimental Titus Andronicus first performed in 1594
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