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Mark Robson discusses ideas specific to particular works and explores the relation of Greenblatts thought to new historicism as well as other modes of criticism including the key topics of:
Providing a starting point for readers new to this crucial theorists sometimes complex texts, or support for those deepening their understanding of his work, this guidebook is ideal for students in the fields of literary, history, social and cultural studies.
CONTENTS Series editor's preface Acknowledgements WHY GREENBLATT? 1 KEY IDEAS 1 From culture to cultural poetics 17 2 Practicing cultural poetics 37 3 Self-fashioning 56 4 The circulation of social energy 76 5 Resonance and wonder 97 6 Imagination and Will 118 AFTER GREENBLATT 138 FURTHER READING 149 Works cited 162 Index
Mark Robson is Lecturer in English at the University of Nottingham. He is author of The Sense of Early Modern Writing (2006), co-author of Language in Theory (2005), and editor of Jacques Ranciere: Aesthetics, Politics, Philosophy (2005).