Quoting death in early modern England

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By Statement Scott L. Newstok.
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Publish Date 2008
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Series Early modern literature in history
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Subjects English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism
Death -- Social aspects -- England -- History
Epitaphs in literature
Quotation in literature
Literature and history -- England
Elegiac poetry -- History and criticism
Literature and society -- England -- History
Subtitle the poetics of epitaphs beyond the tomb
Table Of Contents Reciting 'epitaph' and 'genre' in early modern England
"Here lies": pointing to the "graue forme"
"Turn thy tombe into a throne": Elizabeth I's death rehearsal
"In good stead of an epitaph": verifying history
"Killing rhetorick": the poetics of movere
"An theater of mortality": in sincerity, onstage
"Lapping-up of matter": epitaphic closure in elegies
"Epitaph" for epitaph.
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Quoting death in early modern England
Authors Scott L. Newstok
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Categories Literary Criticism
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Description "An innovative study of the emergent Renaissance practice of making epitaphic gestures within other English genres. This book argues that the post-Reformation preoccupation with textual remembrance led to a remarkable proliferation of epitaphs beyond the putative tomb. A poetics of quotation uncovers the ways in which writers have recited these texts within new contexts. This book modifies conventional genre studies by detailing the situatedness of quoted text - a compositional habit that became markedly prevalent with the continued expansion of printing and literacy in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries."--BOOK JACKET.
Language en
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Page Count 228
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Published Date 2009-01-15
Publisher Palgrave MacMillan
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Subtitle The Poetics of Epitaphs Beyond the Tomb
Title Quoting Death in Early Modern England

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