Friday, July 22, 2005

Classical and Christian Ideas in English Renaissance Poetry

Classical and Christian Ideas in English Renaissance Poetry, Isabel Rivers

Although this is a textbook and, as such, not necessarily the most attractive casual reading, once into it I found that it gave me the most incredible ideas. For creative writing, I mean. I'm talking about ideas that are hardly possible to bring about. They all had to do with writing on four- or five-fold exegeticable structures, or exploring the relationship between classical and modern religion.

This is an interesting book because of its surveying quality of thought in both classical and medieval times. As such, it opens up vast complexes of ideas.

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