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Grobianus et Grobiana, a little-known but key Renaissance text, is the starting point for .

Grobianus et Grobiana, a little-known but key Renaissance text, is the starting point for this examination of indecency, conduct, and subject formation in the early modern period.

Grobianus et Grobiana, a little known but key Renaissance text, is the starting point for .

Grobianus et Grobiana, a little known but key Renaissance text, is the starting point for this examination of indecency, conduct, and subject formation in the early modern period.

Grobianus et Grobiana, Erasmus, Desiderius, -1536 - Knowledge - Education, Dekker, Thomas, ca. 1572-1632. Guls horne-booke, Dedekind, Friedrich, d. 1598 - Influence, Scheidt, Caspar, -1565, Didactic poetry, Latin (Medieval and modern) - Germany - History and criticism, Conduct of life in literature, Human body in literature, Courtesy in literature, Renaissance - Europe, Humanists - Europe. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Cornell University Press. Uploaded by LexW on August 21, 2018. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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The poem, Barbara Correll maintains, not only supplements prior conduct literature but offers a reading of it as well; her analysis of the Grobianus texts (the neo-Latin original, the German vernacular adaptation, the 1605 English translation, and Thomas Dekker's Guls Horne-booke) also.

According to Correll, the effect of Dedekind's text is to establish normative masculine identity through the labor of aversion.

The End of Conduct book. Grobianus et Grobiana, a little-known but key Renaissance text, is the starting point for this examination of indecency, conduct, and subject formation in the early modern period

The End of Conduct book. Grobianus et Grobiana, a little-known but key Renaissance text, is the. Grobianus et Grobiana, a little-known but key Renaissance text, is the starting point for this examination of indecency, conduct, and subject formation in the early modern period. First published in 1549, Friedrich Dedekind's ironic poem, Grobianus et Grobiana, recommends the most disgusting s a means of instilling decency. First published in 1549, Friedrich Dedekind's ironic poem recommends the most disgusting s a means of instilling decency.

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Grobianus et Grobiana, a little-known but key Renaissance text, is the starting point for this examination of indecency, conduct, and subject formation in the early modern period. First published in 1549, Friedrich Dedekind's ironic poem, Grobianus et Grobiana, recommends the most disgusting behavior--indecency--as a means of instilling decency. The poem, Barbara Correll maintains, not only supplements prior conduct literature but offers a reading of it as well. According to Correll, the effect of Dedekind's ironic poem is to establish normative masculine identity through the labor of aversion. Correll shows how the virtual subject of civil conduct emerges in dominant yet necessarily beleaguered relation to colonized Others, whether in feminine, animal, or peasant guise.
The End of Conduct: Grobianus and the Renaissance Text of the Subject download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Barbara Correll
ISBN: 0801431018
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Cornell University Press; 1 edition (October 1, 1996)
Pages: 225 pages