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Modarres Zadeh Mohammad Reza (University of Isfahan, Iran)
Images of the Female Countenance in Renaissance Literature
International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (ILSHS), 2013, vol. 3, s. 21-29, bibliogr. 7 poz.
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Przegląd literatury, Kobieta
Literature review, Woman
In her article "The politics of gender" Elaine Hobby gives a clear image of the confusion evoked in modern mentality by the juxtaposition of Renaissance literature and history. The romantic scenes portrayed in the wonderland of Renaissance poetry seem uncompromisable with the bare facts of historical record. As we contemplate the shadows obscuring the male permeated poetic language of the age however, we do discern spots of light illuminating the overall picture. The age has its own logic and its own language and although neither may be wholly appealing to the modern palate, both are, within their own historical framework, unequivocal and self-consciously assertive. (original asbtract)
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  1. Hobby Elaine, The politics of gender.‖ Cambridge companion to English literature Donne to Marvell. Cambridge University Press, 1993, 31-51.
  2. M. H. Abrams, Ed., Norton Anthology of English literature. The major authors. W. W Norton and company, 1987.
  3. Cowen Orlin Lena, Life and domesticity, Concise companion to English Renaissance Literature. Ed. Lorna B. Hamilton. Blackwell Publishing, 2006.
  4. Encyclopedia of the Renaissance. Board of editors. Charles Scribner's Sons. 1999. New York. 10019, 4 (1999) 62-63, 6 (1999) 320.
  5. Hackett Helen., Women and romance fiction in the Renaissance. Cambride University Press, 2000.
  6. Dictionary of Quotations Delacorte Press, New York, 1968, 443; 8, 17.
  7. Oxford Dictionary of Quotations Book Club Associates, 1980.
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