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The Variorum Edition of the Poetry of John Donne: The Holy Sonnets

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From reviews of previous volumes:
"This variorumedition will be the basis of all future Donne scholarship." --Chronique
"Academic libraries and specialists in Renaissance and17th-century studies should feel compelled to own each and every volume of thisseries." -- Seventeenth Century News
"An occasion for celebration.Among the most ambitious and valuable collaborative scholarly enterprises at the endof the twentieth century. Superb." -- Early ModernLiteraryStudies
This latest addition to the Donnevariorum, the third to appear in a projected eight-volume series, presents a newlyedited critical text of Donne's elegies and a comprehensive variorum commentary. Aswith previous volumes, Volume 2 is based on a study of all known manuscript sourcesand significant printed editions of Donne's poetry and on an examination of thecriticism and scholarship of the past four centuries.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Acknowledgments Short Forms of Reference for Donne's Works Abbreviations Used in the Commentary Sigla for Textual Sources Symbols and Abbreviations Used in the Textual Apparatus General Introduction Introduction to Volume 2 Texts and Apparatuses THE ELEGIES Elegy 1 [Not that in color it was like thy haire] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 2 [As the sweet sweate of roses in a still,] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 3. The Perfume. [Once and but once found in thy companee] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 4. Jealousy. [Found woman which wouldst haue thy husband dy] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 5. Oh let not me serve so. [Oh let not me serve so, as those men serve] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 6. Natures Lay Ideott. [Natures Lay Ideott, I tought thee to Love] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 7. Love's War. [Till I haue peace with thee, warr other Men;] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 8. To his Mistress going to bed. [Come Madame, come; All rest my powers defy;] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 9. Change. [Allthough thy hand, and fayth and good works too] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 10. The Anagram . [Marry and love thy Flauai for Shee] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 11. On his Mistris. [By our first strange and fatal interview] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 12. His Picture. [Here take my picture, though I bid farewell] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 13. The Autumnall. [Noe springe, nor summer beautie, hath such grace] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 14. Loves Progresse. [Whoe ever loves, if hee doe not propose] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 15. His Parting from Her. [Since shee must goe, and I must mourne, some night] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 16. The Expostulation. [To make the doubt cleare, that noe woman's true] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Elegy 17. Variety. [The heavens rejoyce in motion, why should I] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus Sappho to Philaenis. [Where is that holy fire which verse is sayd] Textual Introduction Textual Apparatus DUBIA I sing no harme, goodsooth, to any wight Elegy. Iulia. [Hearke newes, o Enuy, Thou shalt heare desiry'd] APPENDIX Commentary THE ELEGIES Dates and Circumstances General Commentary Classical Borrowings and Literary Influences Versification Elegy as Genre Elegy 1. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 2. The Comparison. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 3. The Perfume. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 4. Jealousy. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 5. Oh let me not serve so. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 6. Natures Lay Ideott. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 7. Love's War. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 8. To his Mistress going to bed. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 9. Change. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 10. The Anagram. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 11. On his Mistris. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 12. His Picture. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 13. The Autumnall. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 14. Loves Progresse. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 15. His Parting From Her. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 16. The Expostulation. Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy 17. Variety. Commentary Notes and Glosses Sappho to Philaenis. Commentary Notes and Glosses DUBIA I sing no harme, goodsooth, to any wight Commentary Notes and Glosses Elegy. Iulia. Commentary Notes and Glosses APPENDIX Commentary Works Cited Index of Authors Cited in the Commentary Index of Titles Index of First Lines About the Editors

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Gary A. Stringer is Professor of English at Texas A&M University.Ted-Larry Pebworth is Emeritus Professor of English at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Ernest W. Sullivan, II, is Edward S. Diggs Professor of English at Virginia Tech University. John R. Roberts is Emeritus Professor of English at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Diana Trevino Benet is Professor of English at the University of North Texas. Theodore J. Sherman is Assistant Professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University.Dennis Flynn is Professor of English at Bentley College.Paul A Parrish is Professor of English at Texas A&M University.

Pressestimmen

From reviews of previous volumes: "This variorum edition will be the basis of all future Donne scholarship." Chronique "Academic libraries and specialists in Renaissance and 17th-century studies should feel compelled to own each and every volume of this series." Seventeenth Century News "An occasion for celebration. Among the most ambitious and valuable collaborative scholarly enterprises at the end of the twentieth century. Superb.". Early Modern Literary Studies The Variorum Edition of the Poetry of John Donne, Gary A. Stringer, General Editor "This Variorum edition will be the basis of all future Donne scholarship." -- Chronique "Academic libraries and specialists in Renaissance and 17th-century studies should feel compelled to own each and every volume of this series." - Seventeenth Century News "An occasion for celebration. Among the most ambitious and valuable collaborative scholarly enterprises at the end of the twentieth century. Superb." -- Early Modern Literary Studies
EAN: 9780253333766
ISBN: 0253333768
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: INDIANA UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Oktober 2000
Seitenanzahl: 1152 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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