Literature & Sacrament: The Sacred and the Secular in John Donne

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Duquesne University Press, 1999 - 338 pages
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Arvustused pole kinnitatud, aga Google kontrollib neid võltssisu suhtes ja eemaldab selle.
In this innovative study, Theresa DiPasquale examines John Donne's theological and ideological responses to the Reformation debate over the sacraments, and how this debate greatly influenced his view of the written word as visible sign and of the poet as the quasi-divine maker of that sign, and of the reader as its receiver. This study, then, attempts to reconstruct Donne's own, quite nuanced theology of sacrament to provide a guide to his poetics, and, in particular, to his conception of the exchange between author and reader."

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Contents

ONE Sacramental Crossing
29
Two Deigne at My Hands
58
THREE Cunning Elements and Artful Turns
101
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THERESA M. DiPASQUALE is associate professor of English at Whitman College. Her work on John Donne, Aemilia Lanyer, and John Milton has appeared in Modern Philology, John Donne Journal, Philological Quarterly, and The Journal of English and Germanic Philology. She is the author of Refiguring the Sacred Feminine: The Poems of John Donne, Aemilia Lanyer, and John Milton. She served as president of the John Donne Society in 2007-08.

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