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The Resource The ovidian vogue : literary fashion and imitative practice in late Elizabethan England, Daniel D. Moss, (electronic resource)

The ovidian vogue : literary fashion and imitative practice in late Elizabethan England, Daniel D. Moss, (electronic resource)

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The ovidian vogue : literary fashion and imitative practice in late Elizabethan England
Title
The ovidian vogue
Title remainder
literary fashion and imitative practice in late Elizabethan England
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Daniel D. Moss
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Language
eng
Summary
  • "The Roman poet Ovid was one of the most-imitated classical writers of the Elizabethan age and a touchstone for generations of English writers. In The Ovidian Vogue, Daniel Moss argues that poets appropriated Ovid not just to connect with the ancient past but also to communicate and compete within late Elizabethan literary culture."
  • "The Roman poet Ovid was one of the most-imitated classical writers of the Elizabethan age and a touchstone for generations of English writers. In The Ovidian Vogue, Daniel Moss argues that poets appropriated Ovid not just to connect with the ancient past but also to communicate and compete within late Elizabethan literary culture."
  • "The Roman poet Ovid was one of the most-imitated classical writers of the Elizabethan age and a touchstone for generations of English writers. In The Ovidian Vogue, Daniel Moss argues that poets appropriated Ovid not just to connect with the ancient past but also to communicate and compete within late Elizabethan literary culture."
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CaOONL
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1979-
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Moss, Daniel David
Dewey number
821/.309
LC call number
PR549.N3
LC item number
M68 2014eb
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  • Ovid
  • Ovid
  • Ovid
  • Ovid
  • English poetry
  • Imitation in literature
  • English literature
  • Literature and society
Label
The ovidian vogue : literary fashion and imitative practice in late Elizabethan England, Daniel D. Moss, (electronic resource)
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Publication
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Issued as part of the Canadian Electronic Library. Canadian publishers collection
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Introduction: "Note how she quotes the leaves" -- 1 Impotence and Stillbirth: Nashe, Shakespeare, and the Ovidian Debut -- 2 Shadow and Corpus: The Shifting Figure of Ovid in Chapman's Early Poetry -- 3 Ovid in the Godless Poem: Allusive Rebellion in Edmund Spenser's Legend of Justice -- 4 The Post-Metamorphic Landscape in Drayton's Endimion and Phoebe and Englands Heroicall Epistles 119 5 The Brief Ovidian Career of John Donne -- Conclusion: "It sticks strangely, whatever it is"
  • Introduction: "Note how she quotes the leaves" -- 1 Impotence and Stillbirth: Nashe, Shakespeare, and the Ovidian Debut -- 2 Shadow and Corpus: The Shifting Figure of Ovid in Chapman's Early Poetry -- 3 Ovid in the Godless Poem: Allusive Rebellion in Edmund Spenser's Legend of Justice -- 4 The Post-Metamorphic Landscape in Drayton's Endimion and Phoebe and Englands Heroicall Epistles 119 5 The Brief Ovidian Career of John Donne -- Conclusion: "It sticks strangely, whatever it is"
  • Introduction: "Note how she quotes the leaves" -- 1 Impotence and Stillbirth: Nashe, Shakespeare, and the Ovidian Debut -- 2 Shadow and Corpus: The Shifting Figure of Ovid in Chapman's Early Poetry -- 3 Ovid in the Godless Poem: Allusive Rebellion in Edmund Spenser's Legend of Justice -- 4 The Post-Metamorphic Landscape in Drayton's Endimion and Phoebe and Englands Heroicall Epistles 119 5 The Brief Ovidian Career of John Donne -- Conclusion: "It sticks strangely, whatever it is"
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OCM1bookssj0001377243
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (x, 256 pages)
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781442617476
Specific material designation
remote
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(WaSeSS)ssj0001377243
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web
Label
The ovidian vogue : literary fashion and imitative practice in late Elizabethan England, Daniel D. Moss, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Issued as part of the Canadian Electronic Library. Canadian publishers collection
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Introduction: "Note how she quotes the leaves" -- 1 Impotence and Stillbirth: Nashe, Shakespeare, and the Ovidian Debut -- 2 Shadow and Corpus: The Shifting Figure of Ovid in Chapman's Early Poetry -- 3 Ovid in the Godless Poem: Allusive Rebellion in Edmund Spenser's Legend of Justice -- 4 The Post-Metamorphic Landscape in Drayton's Endimion and Phoebe and Englands Heroicall Epistles 119 5 The Brief Ovidian Career of John Donne -- Conclusion: "It sticks strangely, whatever it is"
  • Introduction: "Note how she quotes the leaves" -- 1 Impotence and Stillbirth: Nashe, Shakespeare, and the Ovidian Debut -- 2 Shadow and Corpus: The Shifting Figure of Ovid in Chapman's Early Poetry -- 3 Ovid in the Godless Poem: Allusive Rebellion in Edmund Spenser's Legend of Justice -- 4 The Post-Metamorphic Landscape in Drayton's Endimion and Phoebe and Englands Heroicall Epistles 119 5 The Brief Ovidian Career of John Donne -- Conclusion: "It sticks strangely, whatever it is"
  • Introduction: "Note how she quotes the leaves" -- 1 Impotence and Stillbirth: Nashe, Shakespeare, and the Ovidian Debut -- 2 Shadow and Corpus: The Shifting Figure of Ovid in Chapman's Early Poetry -- 3 Ovid in the Godless Poem: Allusive Rebellion in Edmund Spenser's Legend of Justice -- 4 The Post-Metamorphic Landscape in Drayton's Endimion and Phoebe and Englands Heroicall Epistles 119 5 The Brief Ovidian Career of John Donne -- Conclusion: "It sticks strangely, whatever it is"
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001377243
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (x, 256 pages)
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9781442617476
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001377243
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web

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