The Resource Spenserian allegory and Elizabethan biblical exegesis : a context for 'The Faerie Queene', Margaret Christian

Spenserian allegory and Elizabethan biblical exegesis : a context for 'The Faerie Queene', Margaret Christian

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Spenserian allegory and Elizabethan biblical exegesis : a context for 'The Faerie Queene'
Title
Spenserian allegory and Elizabethan biblical exegesis
Title remainder
a context for 'The Faerie Queene'
Statement of responsibility
Margaret Christian
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Language
eng
Summary
Critical analysis of the importance and influence of Elizabethan biblical typology on Spenser and the composition of the Faerie Queene
Cataloging source
NLE
Dewey number
821.3
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illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR2358
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
The Manchester Spenser
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Spenserian allegory and Elizabethan biblical exegesis : a context for 'The Faerie Queene', Margaret Christian
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Introduction: a context for The Faerie Queene Part I: Backgrounds: allegorical reading in Spenser's England 1. Traditional scriptural interpretation and sixteenth-century allegoresis: old and new 2. Allegorical reading in occasional Elizabethan liturgies 3. Allegorical reading in sermon references to history and current events Part II: The preachers' Bible and Spenser's Faerie Queene: alternate allegories 4. 'The ground of Storie': genealogy in biblical exegesis and the Legend of Temperance 5. 'Waues of weary wretchednesse': Florimell and the sea 6. Saracens, Assyrians, and Spaniards: allegories of the Armada 7. 'a goodly amiable name for mildness': Mercilla and other Elizabethan types 8. Court and courtesy: sermon contexts for Spenser's Book VI 9. 'Now lettest thou thy servant depart': scriptural tradition and the close of The Faerie Queene Conclusion Index
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Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Series information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Introduction: a context for The Faerie Queene ; Part I Backgrounds: allegorical reading in Spenser's England; 1 Traditional scriptural interpretation and sixteenth-century allegoresis: old and new; Biblical models for allegorical exegesis; Traditional interpretations of the parable of the sower; Traditional interpretations of Jesus's visit to Martha and Mary; Statements about and categories of biblical exegesis; Sixteenth-century English exegetical theory and practice: Tyndale
  • 5 "Waues of weary wretchednesse": Florimell and the seaThe sea in religious rhetoric; The seagoing ship and pilot in sermons; Britomart's lament; Sermon tradition: the sea of lust and the ship of married love; Florimell and the sea of lust; Florimell and the ship of married love; 6 Saracens, Assyrians, and Spaniards: allegories of the Armada; The Armada5; Religious discourse and the Armada; Contemporary providentialist views of the Armada's defeat; Hebraic patriotism in reference to the Spanish threat; Hebraic patriotism in contemporary celebrations of English victory
  • Sixteenth-century English exegetical theory and practice: 1560 Geneva Bible annotationsConclusion; 2 Allegorical reading in occasional Elizabethan liturgies; Praying through the plague; Liturgies for military crises: Turkish invasions; A prayer during severe weather; Liturgy after the Massacre of St. Bartholomew's Day; Liturgies for acts of God: the London earthquake; Liturgies for military crises: the anticipated Spanish invasion; Liturgies for plots; Queen's Day liturgies; Conclusion; 3 Allegorical reading in sermon references to history and current events; Secular history in sermons
  • Spenserian historical allegory as counterpart to biblical typologyThe Turk in Elizabethan religious polemic; Spenser's Souldan; Spenser's historical allegory as providentialist analysis of history; 7 "a goodly amiable name for mildness": Mercilla and other Elizabethan types; Sermon types of Elizabeth, Mary, and other threats; Mercilla and Duessa as Elizabeth and Mary; The traditional reading and modern objections; Biblical uses of improved history; 8 Court and courtesy: sermon contexts for Spenser's Book VI; Sermon references to courtiers' vices
  • The Bible and recent English historyReading and misreading contemporary history: Essex's rebellion; Typology in theory and practice: an Accession Day sermon; Part II The preachers' Bible and Spenser's Faerie Queene: alternate allegories; 4 "The ground of Storie": genealogy in biblical exegesis and the Legend of Temperance; Elizabethan discussion of biblical genealogies; Elizabeth's family tree in printed sermons; Briton moniments in the context of Elizabethan biblical genealogy; The Faery chronicle in the context of Elizabethan biblical typology
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ocn966969705
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1 online resource
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online
Isbn
9781526107831
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computer
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rdamedia
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illustrations (black and white)
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