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Masculinity, gender and identity in the english renaissance lyric

Bates, Chaterine; (Cambridge University Press, 2009)


In early modern lyric poetry, the male poet or lover often appears not as powerful and masterly but rather as broken, abject, and feminine. Catherine Bates examines the cultural and literary strategies behind this representation and uncovers radically alternative models of masculinity in the lyric tradition of the Renaissance. Focusing on Sidney, Ralegh, Shakespeare, and Donne, she offers astute new readings of a wide range of texts, a sonnet sequence, a blazon, an elegy, a complaint, and an epistle. She shows how existing critical approaches have too much invested in the figure of the authoritative male writer to be able to do justice to the truly radical nature of these alternative masculinities. Taking direction from recent psychoanalytic theories of gender formation, Bates develops critical strategies that make it possible to understand and appreciate what is genuinely revolutionary about these texts and about the English Renaissance lyric tradition at large.

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Penerbitan : Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2009
Sumber Pengatalogan: LibUI eng rda
Tipe Konten: text
Tipe Media: computer
Tipe Pembawa: online resource
Deskripsi Fisik: viii, 263 pages : illustration
Tautan: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/masculinity-gender-and-identity-in-the-english-renaissance-lyric/CCDB4B02216249972F70B353AFD42DF1
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