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About the author (2006). John S. Pendergast is Assistant Professor of English at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, USA. Bibliographic information.

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Contents: Introduction: reading salvation; Augustine and early modern Literacy; The Control of the Word .

Contents: Introduction: reading salvation; Augustine and early modern Literacy; The Control of the Word: Renaissance Exegesis and the Education of the Reader; The 'real' Word of God; The grammar of embodiment and biblical interpretation; John Donne's metaphoric God; Educating gentlemen: allegory, literacy and Spenser's Faerie Queene; Lily, Latin literacy and 'enfranchisement' in Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost and Two. Gentlemen of Verona; Bibliography; Index.

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Contents: Introduction: reading salvation; Augustine and early modern Literacy; The Control of the Word: Renaissance Exegesis and the Education of the Reader; The 'real' Word of God; The grammar of embodiment an.

Contents: Introduction: reading salvation; Augustine and early modern Literacy; The Control of the Word: Renaissance Exegesis and the Education of the Reader; The 'real' Word of God; The grammar of embodiment and biblical interpretation; John Donne's metaphoric God; Educating gentlemen: allegory, literacy and Spenser's Faerie Queene; Lily, Latin literacy and 'enfranchisement' in Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost and Tw.

Pendergast, John S. Religion, Allegory and Literacy in Early Modern England, 1560–1640: The Control of the Word. Burlington VT: Ashgate, 2006. Pocock, J. G. A. The Varieties of British Political Thought 1500–1800. A Companion to the Worlds of the Renaissance. Oxford: Blackwell, 2002. This is a most stimulating collection, asking the reader to consider the early modern period in a wide range of historical, intellectual and political contexts. Sharpe, Kevin, and Zwicker, Steven . eds. Reading, Society and Politics in Early Modern England. Cambridge University Press, 2003. Literature and Revolution in England, 1640–1660.

James S. Baumlin - Religion, Allegory, and Literacy in Early Modern England, 1560-1640: The Control. Paulo Freire's discussion of ‘banking education’ and ‘problemposing education’ in Pedagogy of the Oppressed has exerted considerable influence among educators in both the Third World and the First World over the past two decades. This paper acknowledges the importance of this segment of Freire's work, but argues that it ought to be read alongside subsequent publications which flesh out many.

The relationship between church and state, indeed between religion and politics, has been one of the most significant themes in early modern English history

The relationship between church and state, indeed between religion and politics, has been one of the most significant themes in early modern English history. This volume discharges that task. Solt seeks to provide the main contours of church-state connections in England from 1509 to 1640 through a selective narration of events interspersed with interpretive summaries.

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Using as a primary focus the manner in which Protestant and Catholic paradigms of the Word affect the understanding of how meaning manifests itself in material language, this book develops a history of literacy between the middle of the sixteenth century and the middle of the seventeenth century. The author emphasizes how literacy is defined according to changing concepts of philological manifestation and embodiment, and how various social and political factors influence these concepts. The study looks at literary texts such as The Fairie Queene, early Shakespearean comedies, sermons and poems by John Donne, Latin textbooks and religious primers, and educational and religious treatises which illustrate how language could be used to perform spiritual functions. The cross section of texts serves to illustrate the pervasive applicability of the author's theories to early modern literature and culture, and their relationship to literature. The texts also illuminate two matrices that the author argues are central to the study of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century literature: Protestant reading and exegetical strategies in contrast with Catholic strategies, and secular versus spiritual literacies.
Religion, Allegory, and Literacy in Early Modern England, 1560–1640: The Control of the Word download epub
History & Criticism
Author: John S. Pendergast
ISBN: 0754651479
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge (June 28, 2006)
Pages: 198 pages