Milton, Spenser, and the Epic Tradition

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Scolar Press, 1996 - 201 páginas
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A study of the epic genre and its evolution from Homer to Milton, arguing that there is room in the epic world for open-endedness and indecision. Discusses six works, including the Iliad, the Odyssey, the Faerie Queen, and Paradise Lost, identifying core generic elements, particularly the employment of the imperial citadel as sacred center, and analyzes the ways in which the works draw upon earlier models and reflect social changes. Distribted by Ashgate. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Introduction
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The Vergilian Revision
36
From Ariosto to Spenser
62
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