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SHAKESPEARE'S PERJURED EYE: THE INVENTION OF POETIC SUBJECTIVITY IN THE SONNETS: Fineman, Joel

SHAKESPEARE'S PERJURED EYE: THE INVENTION OF POETIC SUBJECTIVITY IN THE SONNETS

Fineman, Joel

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ISBN 10: 0520054865 / ISBN 13: 9780520054868
Editorial: University of California Press, Berkeley, 1986
Condición: FINE in Near Fine Dustjacket Encuadernación de tapa dura
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FINE. Dustjacket near fine. Slight shelfwear to DJ only. Metallic red lettering to spine, light gray cloth-covered boards. Very clean, tight, bright. Sharp corners. No markings. 365 pp with notes and index. "This penetrating study of Shakespeare's discovery of a subjective voice calls upon deep learning in several fields: in the history of rhetoric from ancient times through the Renaissance, in psychoanalysis, in post-structuralism, in semiotics, in modern philosophy. Fineman is widely read in these fields and an astute close reader of Shakespeare's poetry, The result is an originality that few scholars would be able to emulate," (from review on DJ rear panel). N° de ref. de la librería 69141

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Título: SHAKESPEARE'S PERJURED EYE: THE INVENTION OF...

Editorial: University of California Press, Berkeley

Año de publicación: 1986

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: FINE in Near Fine Dustjacket

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Dust Jacket Included

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Sinopsis:

Fineman argues that in the sonnets Shakespeare developed an unprecedented poetic persona, one that subsequently became the governing model of all literary subjectivity.

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Shakespeare's sonnets are here studied as epideictic poetry: praise for the young man is contrasted with that for the Dark Lady, demonstrating how such praise is "perjured" by paradox and self-reference. The argument is wide-ranging, learned, sensitive, dense, and, occasionally, brilliant. Praise of this book must however be balanced by dispraise: although it offers a welcome new, systematic approach to the sonnets and ultimately to all of Shakespeare, its prose is needlessly self-indulgent, obfuscatory, and diffuse. Dorothy E. Litt, Inst. for Research in History, New York
Copyright 1986 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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