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by David A. Richardson

  • ISBN: 0810353954
  • Author: David A. Richardson
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  • Language: English
  • Pages: 413
  • Publisher: Gale Research Inc (January 1, 1994)
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  • Category: Fiction
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The writers discussed in this volume, like those in DLB 132: Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers, First Series, are conveniently labeled Renaissance authors, but they were far more than literary discoverers and revivers, or adapters and imitators, of reborn.

The writers discussed in this volume, like those in DLB 132: Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers, First Series, are conveniently labeled Renaissance authors, but they were far more than literary discoverers and revivers, or adapters and imitators, of reborn classical texts. Their works are often strikingly new, even revolutionary.

Essays on the remarkably diverse British writers referred to as "Renaissance authors" during the "Age of the Tudors. Writers who produced both prose and verse on virtually every subject in a variety of nondramatic genres. Recently added by. Crypto-Willobie, stilton.

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Sherman, Maurice Kyffin, in Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers: Second Series, David A. Richardson, Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 136, 214–16 (Detroit, MI: Gale, 1994), p. 21. oogle Scholar

Sherman, Maurice Kyffin, in Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers: Second Series, David A. oogle Scholar. 8. For more on the idea of divine secrets and prophecy in pastoral poetry (especially in England and in the Netherlands), see Jan van Dorsten, The Anglo-Dutch Renaissance: Seven Essays, ed. J. van den Berg and Alastair Hamilton, 72–83 (Leiden: E. Brill, 1988), .

This guide to the Dictionary of Literary Biography is structured to provide a. .The DLB also publishes two supplementary series: the Documentary Series and Yearbooks. Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers, Second Series (136/1994).

This guide to the Dictionary of Literary Biography is structured to provide a categorical overview of the 220 volumes of the DLB, arranging them by nationality, by literary form or genre within a national literature, and by period within a literary form or genre. Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers, Third Series (167/1996). Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers, Fourth Series (172/1996).

Series: Dictionary of Literary Biography (Book 175). Hardcover: 414 pages.

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Dictionary of Literary Biography. A Dictionary of British and American women writers, 1660–1800. Rowman & Allanheld, 1985. 450 entries, 68 of which are American. Vol. v. 221. Detroit: Gale Group, 2000. entries on almost 300 writers (mostly American or British), including biography, bibliography, and critical bibliography. An appendix provides a brief paragraph or identifying phrase for an additional 177 writers. Unveiling Treasures: the Attic guide to the published works of Irish women literary writer: drama, fiction, poetry. Wilson, Katherina . et al. An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers.

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The writers discussed in this volume, like those in DLB 132: Sixteenth-Century British Nondramatic Writers, First Series, are conveniently labeled Renaissance authors, but they were far more than literary discoverers and revivers, or adapters and imitators, of reborn| classical texts. Their works are often strikingly new, even revolutionary. Collectively, their literary biographies document innovation on a scale perhaps unequaled in the history of the English language and in a diversity that almost defies classification.

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