Studies in the continental background of Renaissance English literature : essays presented to John L. Lievsay
- OCLC: 3552754
- ISBN: 9780822303886
- ISBN: 0822303884 :
xiii, 235 p. ; 25 cm.
- Publisher: Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 1977.
|Note:|| Includes index.
|Bibliography:||"John Leon Lievsay: a bibliography": p. -226.|
|Contents:||Wright, L. B. Foreword: Jack Lievsay-scholar for all seasons.--Thompson, C. R. Scripture for the ploughboy and some others.--Hardison, O. B., Jr. Petrarch and modern lyric poetry.--Parks, G. B. Italian tributes to Cardinal Pole.--Adams, R. P. Opposed Tudor myths of power.--Corrigan, B. Sir Thomas More: personage and symbol on the Italian stage.--Clubb, L. G. Woman as wonder.--Wiley, W. L. Mary, Queen of Scots, in France.--Silver, I. Ronsard on the marriage of poetry, music, and the dance.--Heninger, S. K., Jr. Oronce Finé and English textbooks for the mathematical sciences.--Predmore, R. L. On interpreting Don Quixote's character.--Wardropper, B. W. The religious conversion of profane poetry.|
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European literature -- Renaissance, 1450-1600 -- History and criticism
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