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Scenes of instruction in Renaissance romance
Jeffrey Andrew Dolven
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“Scenes of Instruction in Renaissance Romance is a compelling and beautifully written book about fiction, learning, and experience in early modern English literature.
With learned and lively reference to sixteenth-century educational theory and practice, Dolven explores ways in which instruction is represented in the major verse and prose romances of Spenser, Sidney, and Lyly, not only explicitly, but in the very Cited by: “Scenes of Instruction in Renaissance Romance is a compelling and beautifully written book about fiction, learning, and experience in early modern English literature.
With learned and lively reference to sixteenth-century educational theory and practice, Dolven explores ways in which instruction is represented in the major verse and prose romances of Spenser, Sidney, and Lyly, not only explicitly, but in the very.
Scenes of Instruction in Renaissance Romance explores how poets reacted to the new authority of humanist pedagogy, and how they transformed a genre to express their most radical doubts.
Jeff Dolven investigates what it meant for a book to teach as he traces the rivalry between poet and schoolmaster in the works of John Lyly, Philip Sydney, Edmund Spenser, and John Milton. Scenes of Instruction in Renaissance Romance explores how poets reacted to the new authority of humanist pedagogy, and how they transformed a genre to express their most radical doubts.
Jeff Dolven investigates what it meant for a book to teach as he traces the rivalry between poet and schoolmaster in the works of John Lyly, Philip Sydney, Edmund Spenser, and John by: Subsequent chapters examine complex scenes of instruction in the work of John Lyly, Philip Sidney, and Edmund Spenser, addressing the uneasy relationship between Scenes of instruction in Renaissance romance book "repertory of representational conventions" (18) inculcated in a Tudor schoolboy and the agendas of the didactic romancer.
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Rebecca Sinclair (Goodreads Author) (shelved 2 times as renaissance-romance) avg rating — ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. Reviews 'Nandini Das's Renaissance Romance is an erudite and illuminating study of Renaissance prose romance.
Her brilliant and suggestive readings of Sidney, Greene and Wroth clarify the conceptual boundaries of history and literature, the precise status of "romance" as an early modern narrative form, and the historical evolution of English prose fiction.
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In particular, Wallace expresses his indebtedness to Jeffrey Dolven’s Scenes of Instruction in Renaissance Romance, which investigates how this teaching shaped early modern poets, deeply marked by the experience yet conscious of its failures.
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