Renaissance ecology : imagining Eden in Milton's England /

"This collection of essays takes a 'green' approach to representations of Eden while also considering the role of gender, politics, and poetics, discussing relevant issues of both literature and culture"--Provided by publisher.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Hiltner, Ken
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Pittsburgh, Pa. : Duquesne University Press, [2008]
Series:Medieval and Renaissance literary studies.
Subjects:
Table of Contents:
  • Milton's Paradises / Barbara Lewalski
  • Eve and the language of love in Paradise lost / Stella P. Revard
  • Walk in the paradise garden : Eve's influence in the "triptych" of speeches, Paradise lost 4.610-88 / Ann Torday Gulden
  • Milton's Primavera / William Shullenberger
  • Eve, Eden, and the flowers of experience : Milton, Blake, and botany / June Sturrock
  • "Earth felt the wound" : gendered ecological consciousness in illustrations of Paradise lost / Wendy Furman-Adams and Virginia James Tufte
  • Reading Milton greenly : the flight into Egypt in Renaissance art / Joan Blythe
  • God's second book and the regenerate mind : some early modern conversion narratives / Alan Rudrum
  • "Cropt by th' Almighties hand" : allegory as theodicy in Anne Bradstreet's poems on her grandchildren / Richard J. DuRocher
  • "The purlieus of heaven" : Milton's Eden as a pastoral forest / Jeffrey S. Theis
  • Eden raised : waste in Milton's garden / Karen L. Edwards
  • Happy rural seat of various view / Diane McColley.