By Christina Marsden Gillis
Read or Download The Paradox of Privacy: Epistolary Form in Clarissa (University of Florida Monographs Humanities) PDF
Similar Criticism Theory books
This ebook offers an perception to the cultural paintings taken with violence at sea during this interval of maritime heritage. it's the first to contemplate how 'piracy' and representations of 'pirates' either form and have been formed via political, social and spiritual debates, displaying how attitudes to 'piracy' and violence at sea have been debated among 1550 and 1650.
The 1st booklet to ascertain Elizabeth I as a discovered princess, realized Queen examines Elizabeth's personal demonstrations of erudition along literary works produced through such political luminaries as Sir Philip Sidney and Robert Devereux, earl of Essex.
Kari Weil offers a serious advent to the sphere of animal stories in addition to an appreciation of its exciting acts of destabilization. analyzing genuine and imagined confrontations among human and nonhuman animals, she charts the presumed traces of distinction among humans and different species and the non-public, moral, and political implications of these obstacles.
During this vital and debatable publication, considered one of our best literary theorists provides a tremendous philosophical assertion in regards to the that means of literature and the form of literary texts. Drawing on works through the Russian writers Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, and Chekhov, via different writers as assorted as Sophocles, Cervantes, and George Eliot, via thinkers as diverse as William James, Mikhail Bakhtin, and Stephen Jay Gould, and from philosophy, the Bible, tv, and masses extra, Gary Saul Morson examines the relation of time to narrative shape and to a moral size of the literary adventure.
Extra resources for The Paradox of Privacy: Epistolary Form in Clarissa (University of Florida Monographs Humanities)