Rhetorical Affect in Early Modern Writing: Renaissance Passions Reconsidered

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Emotive language is now best understood by combining the analytic techniques of classical rhetoric with current linguistic practices. With or without prompting, the "passions" of Renaissance culture can stir contrary feelings in today's readers, which are enlisted to validate a range of theorized responses. This book will use the "New Rhetoric" to open fresh perspectives on writers as diverse as Christopher Marlowe, Lucy Hutchinson, and Margaret Cavendish.

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Robert Cockroft is Lecturer in English Studies, University of Nottingham.

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"Cockroft...breathes new life into two fields, rhetorical theory and English Renaissance literary studies...Highly recommended."--A.P.Church, Choice

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