The English renaissance, orientalism, and the idea of Asia

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By Statement edited by Debra Johanyak and Walter S. H. Lim.
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Contributions Johanyak, Debra, 1953-
Lim, Walter S. H., 1959-
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Subjects English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism
East and West in literature
English literature -- Asian influences
Renaissance -- England
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The English renaissance, orientalism, and the idea of Asia
Authors Debra Johanyak
Walter S. H. Lim
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Categories Literary Criticism
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Description The English Renaissance, Orientalism, and the Idea of Asia is an important collection of essays that examine the complex significations of โ€œAsiaโ€ in the literary and cultural production of early modern England. It posits that the interest in merchant and overseas ventures and fascination with foreign lands influenced the canonical literary works of the period and spurred Orientalism. While such major literary figures as Marlowe, Shakespeare, Bacon, Spenser, and Milton are considered for their contribution to the writing of early modern English Orientalism, theoretical questions pertaining to the significance of postcolonial criticism and cultural studies are also addressed in this groundbreaking volume.
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Page Count 252
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Published Date 2010-03-15
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Title The English Renaissance, Orientalism, and the Idea of Asia
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