|Statement||edited by Naomi Conn Liebler.|
|Series||Routledge research in postcolonial literatures -- 14.|
|Contributions||Liebler, Naomi Conn, 1944-|
|LC Classifications||PR836 .E17 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415358408, 9780415358415, 9780203004586|
|LC Control Number||2006009833|
: Staging Early Modern Romance: Prose Fiction, Dramatic Romance, and Shakespeare (Routledge Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture Book 11) eBook: Mary Ellen Lamb, Valerie Wayne: Kindle Store. A novel is a long, fictional narrative which describes intimate human experiences. The novel in the modern era usually makes use of a literary prose style. The development of the prose novel at this time was encouraged by innovations in printing, and the introduction of cheap paper in the 15th century.. Fictional narrative. Fictionality is most commonly cited as distinguishing novels from. Book Description. Emphasizing the significance of early modern prose fiction as a hybrid genre that absorbed cultural, ideological and historical strands of the age, this fascinating study brings together an outstanding cast of critics including: Sheila T. Cavanaugh, Stephen Guy-Bray, Mary Ellen Lamb, Joan Pong Linton, Steve Mentz, Constance C. Relihan, Goran V. Stanivukovic with an afterword. The Oxford Handbook of English Prose – offers an overview of early modern English prose writing. The aim of the volume is to make prose more visible as a subject and as a mode of writing. It covers a vast range of material vital for the understanding of the period: from jestbooks, newsbooks, and popular romance to the translation of the classics and the pioneering collections of.
Introduction. Prose has, of course, always existed as a means of defining nonmetrical writing. It assumed particular importance in the early modern period (c. –) after the advent of the printing press, which led to an exponential increase in the number of works produced in of these were in prose, the most widespread and straightforward mode of writing, because authors. The history of literature of the Early modern period (16th, 17th and partly 18th century literature), or Early Modern literature, succeeds Medieval literature, and in Europe in particular Renaissance literature.. In Europe, the Early Modern period lasts roughly from to , spanning the Baroque period and ending with the Age of Enlightenment and the wars of the French Revolution. Book Description. This collection recovers the continuities between three forms of romance that have often been separated from one another in critical discourse: early modern prose fiction, the dramatic romances staged in England during the s and s, and Shakespeare’s late plays. Emphasizing the significance of early modern prose fiction as a hybrid genre that absorbed cultural, ideological and historical strands of the age, this fascinating study brings together an outstanding cast of critics including: Sheila T. Cavanaugh, Stephen Guy-Bray, Mary Ellen Lamb, Joan Pong Linton, Steve Mentz, Constance C. Relihan, Goran V. Stanivukovic with an afterword from Arthur : Taylor And Francis.
Prose Fiction and Early Modern Sexuality, brings together twelve new essays which situate the arguments about the multiple constructions of sexualities in prose fiction within contemporary critical debates about the body, gender, desire, print culture, postcoloniality, and cultural. The Project of Prose in Early Modern Europe and the New World brings together ten essays by leading scholars of the literatures of England, Spain, France, Italy, Portugal, and the colonial Americas, to answer these questions in wide-ranging ways. Barbara Mowat's afterword considers Shakespeare's use of Greek romance. Written by foremost scholars of Shakespeare and early modern prose fiction, this book explores the vital cross-currents that occurred between narrative and dramatic forms of Pages: Get this from a library! Early modern prose fiction: the cultural politics of reading. [Naomi Conn Liebler;] -- Highlighting the significance of early modern prose fiction as a hybrid genre that absorbed cultural, ideological and historical strands of the age, this work considers the reciprocal relation of.