What might a self-conscious turn to formal analysis look like in Renaissance literary studies today, after theory and the new historicism? The essays collected here address this question from a variety of critical perspectives, as part of a renewed willingness within literary and cultural studies to engage questions of form. Essays by Paul Alpers, Douglas Bruster, Stephen Cohen, Heather Dubrow, William Flesch, Joseph Loewenstein, Elizabeth Harris Sagaser, and Mark Womack, together with an introduction of Mark David Rasmussen and an afterword by Richard Strier.
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Author Biography - Mark David Rasmussen
PAUL ALPERS Class of 1942 Professor of English Emeritus, University of California DOUGLAS BRUSTER Assistant Professor of English, University of Texas, Austin STEPHEN COHEN Assistant Professor of English, University of South Alabama HEATHER DUBROW Tighe-Evans Professor and John Bascom Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison WILLIAM FLESCH Lecturer in English, Brandeis University JOSEPH LOEWENSTEIN Lecturer, Washington University ELIZABETH HARRIS SAGASER Assistant Professor in Literature, Colby College MARK WOMACK Assistant Professor of English, University of Texas, San Antonio