Renaissance Literature and Its Formal Engagements

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After theory and the new historicism, what might a self-conscious turn to formal analysis in Renaissance literary studies look like today? The essays address this question from a variety of critical perspectives, embodying a renewed engagement with questions of form.

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Mark David Rasmussen is Associate Professor and Chair of English at Centre College.

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These essays brilliantly display the pleasures offormalism and constitute a rigorous and thrilling demonstration of its indispensability. —Stanley Fish, Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago.

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