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The Earthly Paradise and the Renaissance Epic

The Earthly Paradise and the Renaissance Epic - A. Bartlett Giamatti - Régikönyvek
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The Earthly Paradise and the Renaissance Epic THE EARTHLY PARADISE AND • THE RENAISSANCE EPIC "is a sound piece of scholarship, with very good bibliographies, and may be rather warmly recommended as useful for stu- dents. . . . [The author] is a subtle psychologist, extremely sensitive to poetry—with the great advantage of being equally at home in Latin, Italian, and English poetry—and his garden sequences present what amounts to quite an original approach to Spenser and Milton. . . . "This is comparative literature as it ought to .be done, not the superficial tracing of `sources,' but the organic study of a theme at a deep levei. Giamatti asks where the image of the garden went, why modern man no longer conceives of happiness as a garden existence, no longer yearns for a, lost Eden. He suggests that it is because man is diminished and 'in losing the Renaissance breadth of imagination, we have lost the earthly paradise once again, not simply as a state of joy, but also as an object of hope.' "—Frances Yates, New York Review of Books "In his examination of earthly paradises Mr. Giamatti has succeeded in producing a treatise which is both scholarly and stimulating. . . . The author quotes extensively from the texts under examination and it is a pleasure to follow his reasonings in their every step."—Alan Bullock, Renais- sance Quarterly lt. . a well Written and significant study in comparative literature. . . . Highly recommended."—Choice Á. BA RTLETT GIAMATTI is Associate Professor of English at Yale ',University and the co-editor, with S. A. Baker, of Ariosto Orlando Furioso (1968) . Cover Illustration: Battista, Heliades tapestry. Paris, Louvre (Museum)

Kiadó:
Princeton University Press
Kiadás éve:
1969
Kötés típusa:
ragasztott papír
Terjedelem:
374
Nyelv:
angol
Méret:
Szélesség: 14.00cm, Magasság: 21.50cm
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