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The sacred and profane in English Renaissance literature

The sacred and profane in English Renaissance literature

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Published by University of Delaware Press in Newark .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism,
  • Devotional literature, English -- History and criticism,
  • Religion and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 17th century,
  • Religion and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 16th century,
  • Holy, The, in literature,
  • Secularism in literature,
  • Sacred space in literature,
  • Civilization, Secular,
  • Renaissance -- England,
  • Christian literature, English -- History and criticism,
  • Great Britain -- Intellectual life -- 17th century,
  • Great Britain -- Intellectual life -- 16th century

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 345-367) and index.

    Statementedited by Mary A. Papazian.
    ContributionsPapazian, Mary Arshagouni, 1959-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR438.D48 S325 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination377 p. :
    Number of Pages377
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16987289M
    ISBN 100874130255
    ISBN 109780874130256
    LC Control Number2007047692

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Edited by Mary A. Papazian. University of Delaware Press, ISBN: Pp. $ This collection of 13 original essays addresses how properly to define the intersection between the sacred and profane in early modern English literature.

These essays cover a variety of works published in 16th and 17th century England, as well as a variety of genres. Get this from a library. The sacred and profane in English Renaissance literature.

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She has edited two books, John Donne and the Protestant Reformation and Sacred and Profane in English Renaissance Literature as well as numerous articles on Donne. Works. John Donne and the Protestant Reformation (Wayne State UP, ), editor; Sacred and Profane in English Renaissance Literature (U of Delaware P, ), editor.

The Sacred and Profane in English Renaissance Literature. Author: Mary This collection of 13 original essays addresses how properly to define the intersection between the sacred and profane in early modern English literature.

These essays cover a variety of works published in 16th and 17th century England, as well as a variety of genres. A highly original and scholarly work on spirituality by noted historian Mircea Eliade In The Sacred and the Profane, Mircea Eliade observes that while contemporary people believe their world is entirely profane, or secular, they still at times find themselves connected unconsciously to the memory of something 's this premise that both drives Eliade's exhaustive exploration of the Reviews: In addition to co-editing, Robert Epstein and Will Robins are contributing authors, “Introduction: The Sacred, the Profane, and Late Medieval Literature" and Robert Epstein is a contributing author, “Sacred Commerce: Chaucer’s Friar and the Spirit of Money”.

Book description: Literary depictions of the sacred and the secular from the Middle Ages are representative of the era's widely. The sacred–profane dichotomy is an idea posited by French sociologist Émile Durkheim, who considered it to be the central characteristic of religion: "religion is a unified system of beliefs and practices relative to sacred things, that is to say, things set apart and forbidden." In Durkheim's theory, the sacred represented the interests of the group, especially unity, which were embodied.

Using late Medieval English literature, including some of Chaucer's writings, these essays do not try to define a secular realm distinct and separate from the divine or religious, but instead analyze intersections of the sacred and the profane, suggesting that these.

pages - English translation published Mircea Eliade observes that while contemporary people believe their world is entirely profane, or secular, they still at times find themselves connected unconsciously to the memory of something sacred.

As a Renaissance scholar, he has published in genre, Journal of British Studies, Modern Philology, Prose Studies, Sixteenth Century Journal, Renaissance Quarterly, and Shakespeare Bulletin, and his articles have appeared in The Sacred and Profane in English Renaissance Literature and in collections on Shakespeare, Henry VIII, and Christopher.

In the classic text The Sacred and the Profane, famed historian of religion Mircea Eliade observes that even moderns who proclaim themselves residents of a completely profane world are still unconsciously nourished by the memory of the traces manifestations of the sacred from primitive to modern times in terms of space, time, nature, and the cosmos/5().

Contents: Part I: Sacred and profane in Renaissance contexts. Lute and harp in Wyatt's poetry / Elizabeth Heale -- Surrey's Psalms in the Tower / W.A.

Sessions -- Contrafacta and the Gude and godlie ballatis / A.A. MacDonald -- The sixteenth-century Scottish love lyric / Theo van Heijnsbergen -- To weave a new webbe in their owne loome: Robert Southwell and Counter-Reformation poetics / John. A highly original and scholarly work on spirituality by noted historian Mircea Eliade In The Sacred and the Profane, Mircea Eliade observes that while contemporary people believe their world is entirely profane, or secular, they still at times find themselves connected unconsciously to the memory of something sacred.

The Sacred and Profane in English Renaissance Literature Mary Arshagouni Papazian This collection of 13 original essays addresses how properly to define the intersection between the sacred and profane in early modern English literature.

“‘Thy glorious household-stuffe’: Doctrinal (Re)Inscription in George Herbert’s Church Furnishing Poems.” In The Sacred and Profane in English Renaissance Literature. Mary A. Papazian. Newark: University of Delaware Press, Awards: The Academy of Outstanding Teachers.

College of Arts and Sciences. Appalachian State. The Sacred and Profane in English Renaissance Literature. Mary Papazian. London: Associated University Presses; Newark: University of Delaware Press, Martin, Mathew.

“Jack Wilton and the Jews: The Ambivalence of Anti-Semitism in Thomas Nashe’s The Unfortunate Traveller.”. Milton's depictions suggest a true dichotomy between the sacred and profane, rather than an absorption and transformation of the profane into the sacred that we have seen described in other essays in this collection.

English Faculty Books and Book Chapters. Title The Sacred and Profane in English Renaissance Literature. Mary A. Mircea Eliade, (born March 9,Bucharest, Rom.—died ApChicago, Ill., U.S.), historian of religions, phenomenologist of religion, and author of novels, novellas, and short was one of the most influential scholars of religion of the 20th century and one of the world’s foremost interpreters of religious symbolism and myth.nomenon of the sacred in all its complexity, and not only in so far as it is irrational.

What will concern us is not the relation between the rational and nonrational ele- ments of religion but the sacred in its entirety. The first possible definition of the sacred is that it is the opposite of the profane.The Sacred and Profane in English Renaissance Literature.

The Sacred and Profane in English Renaissance Literature This collection of thirteen original essays addresses how properly to define the intersection between the sacred and profane in early modern English literature. Growing out of recent work of church historians and.