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Lords of wine and oile : community and conviviality in the poetry of Robert Herrick / edited by Ruth Connolly and Tom Cain
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2011
book jacket
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 4th Floor  PR3514 .L67 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject Herrick, Robert, 1591-1674 -- Criticism and interpretation
Subject(s) Communities in literature
Physical Description vi, 335 p. : ill., music ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [317]-326) and index
Contents Introduction: Herrick's communities of manuscript and print / Tom Cain and REuth Connolly -- Why read Herrick? / Katharine Eisaman Maus -- 'Jocund his muse was': celebration and virtuosity in Herrick / John Creaser -- Conviviality interrupted or, Herrick and postmodernism / Leah S. Marcus -- 'Those lyrick feasts, made at the sun, the dog, the triple tunne': going clubbing with Ben Jonson / Michelle O'Callaghan -- Herrick and the Order of the Black Riband: literary community in Civil-War London ad the publication of Hesperides (1648) / Nicholas McDowell -- 'Leaves of fame': Katherine Philips and Robert Herrick's shared community / Line Cottegnies -- 'Thou & Ile sing to make these dull shades merry': Herrick's Charon dialogues / Richard Wistreich -- 'Ile bring thee Herrick to Anacreon': Robert Herrick's anacreontics and the politics of conviviality in Hesperides / Stella Achilleos -- Supping with ghosts: imitation and immortality in Herrick / Syrithe Pugh -- 'Touch but thy lire (my Harrie)': Henry Lawes and the mirthful music of Hesprides / Stacey Jocoy -- His noble numbers / Graham Parry -- Afterword: Herrick's community, The Babylonian captivity, and the uses of historicism / Achsah Guibbory
Note This is a book-length appraisal of the major 17th-century poet Robert Herrick. The collection reads his poetry in the context of his literary, musical, political, and religious affiliations and looks at how he both presents and constructs ideals of community through his work
Alternate Author Connolly, Ruth
Cain, Tom

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