ENG 522

The Renaissance in England: Lyric: Parts and Wholes

Bradin T. Cormack

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How do lyrics come together as parts in a larger whole, whether through narrative or collection or canon formation? This class considers, including from the perspectives of narrative theory, lyric sequences and plays in which poems produce narrative effects, as well as the material history of lyric collections in the seventeenth century. In a final section, we consider the shaping of personal canons in some modern and contemporary poets.

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