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Siobhan Keenan
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Edinburgh University Press; 1 edition (August 27, 2008)
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This concise introduction opens with an overview of the historical and cultural context in which English Renaissance literature was produced and a discussion of its contemporary and subsequent critical reception. Following chapters survey drama, poetry, and prose.

This concise introduction opens with an overview of the historical and cultural context in which English Renaissance literature was produced and a discussion of its contemporary and subsequent critical reception. Each provides illustrative case studies of canonical and non-canonical texts by such authors as William Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe, Ben Jonson, Edmund Spenser, John Milton, Sir Philip Sidney, John Donne, Aemilia Lanyer, Sir Francis Bacon, Thomas Nashe, and Lady Mary Wroth.

Keenan RENAISSANCE LITERATURE Siobhan Keenan. Edinburgh Critical Guides. This guide opens with an overview of the contexts in which English Renaissance Edinburgh Critical Guides. Published Titles: Gothic Literature, Andrew Smith Canadian Literature, Faye Hammill Women’s Poetry, Jo Gill Contemporary American Drama, Annette J. Saddik Shakespeare, Gabriel Egan Asian American Literature, Bella Adams Children’s Literature, M. O. Grenby Contemporary British Fiction, Nick Bentley Renaissance Literature, Siobhan Keenan.

Renaissance Literature (Edinburgh Critical Guides to Literature) (2008). Recent Studies In The English Renaissance," SEL: Studies in English Literature (Johns Hopkins); 2006 46(1): 195-252. Recent Studies in the English Renaissance," SEL: Studies in English Literature Spring 2011, Vol. 51 Issue 2, pp 199–278. Robin, Diana; Larsen, Anne . and Levin, Carole, eds. Encyclopedia of Women in the Renaissance: Italy, France, and England (2007) 459p

Edinburgh Critical Guides to Literature. Published August 2008. Siobhan Keenan is a Senior Lecturer in English at De Montfort University, Leicester.

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Renaissance Literature. Series: Edinburgh Critical Guides to Literature. Published by: Edinburgh University Press. Book Description: This concise introduction to the literature of an exciting and influential period opens with an overview of the historical and cultural context in which English Renaissance literature was produced, and a discussion of its contemporary and subsequent critical reception. The following chapters survey the major Renaissance genres of drama, poetry and prose.

Edinburgh Critical Guides. This critical study of Asian American literature discusses work by internationally successful writers such as Maxine Hong Kingston, Chang-rae Lee, Bharati Mukherjee, Amy Tan and others in their historical, cultural and critical contexts. The focus of this book is on contemporary writing, from the 1970s onwards, but it also traces over a hundred years of Asian American literary production in prose, poetry, drama and criticism.

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This concise introduction to the literature of an exciting and influential period opens with an overview of the historical and cultural context in which English Renaissance literature was produced, and a discussion of its contemporary and subsequent critical reception. The following chapters survey the major Renaissance genres of drama, poetry and prose. Each chapter provides illustrative case studies of canonical and non-canonical key texts by authors such as William Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe, Ben Jonson, Edmund Spenser, John Milton, Sir Philip Sidney, John Donne, Aemilia Lanyer, Sir Francis Bacon, Thomas Nashe, and Lady Mary Wroth. A guide to further reading accompanies each chapter, complemented by a section of student resources at the end of the book. The final chapter summarises significant developments in English Renaissance literary culture, and discusses the future direction of Renaissance literary scholarship.