By Matthew Zarnowiecki
In the latter half the 16th century, English poets and printers experimented greatly with a brand new literary layout, the published number of lyric poetry. They not just investigated the probabilities of operating with a brand new medium, but in addition wrote metaphors of human replica at once into their works. In Fair Copies, Matthew Zarnowiecki argues that poetic construction used to be re-envisioned in this interval, which used to be rife with versions of copying and imitation, to incorporate replica as one in all its inherent attributes.
Tracing the advance of the English lyric in this an important interval, Fair Copies encompasses a diversified diversity of cultural productions and reproductions – from key poetic texts by way of Shakespeare, Sidney, Spenser, Gascoigne, and Tottel to felony breviaries, visible representations of tune, midwives’ manuals, and general books. additionally integrated are fifteen facsimile reproductions of poems in early published books, with causes and discussions in their value. Calling upon those various resources, and interpreting lyric poems of their earliest manuscript and published contexts, Zarnowiecki develops a brand new, reproductively targeted approach to examining early glossy English lyric poetry.
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Fair Copies: Reproducing the English Lyric from Tottel to Shakespeare by Matthew Zarnowiecki