Sacred and Profane: Secular and Devotional Interplay in Early Modern British Literature / Edition 1

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  • ISBN-13: 9789053833674
  • Publisher: VU University Press
  • Publication date: 11/1/1995
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 345

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction
1 Lute and Harp in Wyatt's Poetry 3
2 Surrey's Psalms in the Tower 17
3 Contrafacta and the Gude and Godlie Ballatis 33
4 The Sixteenth-Century Scottish Love Lyric 45
5 'To weave a new webbe in their owne loome': Robert Southwell and Counter-Reformation Poetics 63
6 Poison and Honey: the Politics of the Sacred and the Profane in Spenser's Fowre Hymnes (1596) 79
7 Re-historicising Macbeth 93
8 The Gospel according to Aemilia: Women and the Sacred in Aemilia Lanyer's Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum 105
9 'Let me love': Reading the Sacred 'Currant' of Donne's Profane Lyrics 129
10 Donne's Jealous God and the Concept of Sacred Parody 151
11 The Mimetic Poetry of Jack and John Donne: a Field Theory for the Amorous and the Divine 163
12 Some Sacred and Profane Con-Texts of John Donne's 'Batter my hart' 173
13 John Donne as Medievalist 185
14 Donne's Reinvention of the Fathers: Sacred Truths Suitably Expressed 195
15 John Donne and the Past 203
16 Helicon and hills of sand: Pagan Gods in Early Modern Dutch and European Poetry 225
17 'Love thou art Absolute': Richard Crashaw and the Discourse of Human and Divine Love 237
18 'til we mix Wounds': Liturgical Paradox and Crashaw's Classicism 251
19 Milton's Orphic Harmony: Ovidian Imitation and Christian Revelation in The Nativity Ode and The Passion 259
20 'Varnish on a harlot's cheek': John Milton and the Hierarchies of Secular and Divine Literature 275
21 Epic Ends and Novel Beginnings in Paradise Lost 283
22 The Politics of Women's Prophecy in the English Revolution 295
23 'Lewd, Profane Swaggerers' and Charismatic Preachers: John Bunyan and George Fox 307
24 The Restoration Poetry of John Norris 319
25 Rochester, Behn and the Martyrdom of Lust 329
Index 337
Notes on Contributors 341
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