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Author Poole, Kristen

Title Early Modern Histories of Time : the Periodizations of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England / Edited by Kristen Poole and Owen Williams
Published Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019
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Contents Frontmatter -- Contents -- Introduction / Poole, Kristen / Williams, Owen -- Periodization in Historiography and Literary Studies: An Overview -- Chapter 1. Periodizing the Early Modern: The Historian's View / Harris, Tim -- Chapter 2. Time Boundaries and Time Shifts in Early Modern Literary Studies / Smith, Nigel -- PART I. Religion -- Chapter 3. How Early Modern Church Historians Defined Periods in History / Cameron, Euan -- Chapter 4. Periodization and the Secular / Shagan, Ethan H. -- Chapter 5. Trans-Reformation English Literary History / Simpson, James -- PART II. Materiality -- Chapter 6. Time and Place in Shakespeare's Stratford-upon- Avon / Giles, Kate -- Chapter 7. Much Ado About Ruffs: Laundry Time in Feminist Counter-Archives / Korda, Natasha -- PART III. Poetics -- Chapter 8. The Period Concept and Seventeenth-Century Poetry / Teskey, Gordon -- Chapter 9. Love Poetry and Periodization / Werlin, Julianne -- PART IV. Shakespeare -- Chapter 10. Shakespeare, Period / Bruster, Douglas -- Chapter 11. Periodic Shakespeare / Lupton, Julia Reinhard -- PART V. Self-Emplacement -- Chapter 12. John Dryden and Restoration Time: Writing the Self Within Time, Through Time, Beyond Time / Zwicker, Steven N. -- Chapter 13. Did the English Seventeenth Century Really End at 1660? Subaltern Perspectives on the Continuing Impact of the English Civil Wars / Suzuki, Mihoko -- PART VI. Beyond Time -- Chapter 14. Space Travel: Spatiality and/or Temporality in the Study of Periodization / Dubrow, Heather -- Chapter 15. Always, Already, Again: Toward a New Typological Historiography / Poole, Kristen -- Notes -- List of Contributors -- Index -- Acknowledgments
Summary Early Modern Histories of Time examines how chronological modes intrinsic to the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries shaped the thought-worlds of those living during this time and the ways in which these temporally indigenous models can productively influence our own working concepts of historical period
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Subject English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism
English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- Periodization
History -- Periodization -- History -- 16th century
History -- Periodization -- History -- 17th century
English literature -- Early modern.
History -- Periodization.
LITERARY CRITICISM -- Modern -- 16th Century .
Great Britain -- History -- Stuarts, 1603-1714 -- Periodization
Great Britain -- History -- Tudors, 1485-1603 -- Periodization
Great Britain.
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc.
History.
Form Electronic book
Author Williams, Owen
ISBN 0812296567
9780812296563