Renaissance Man

Essays on literature and culture for Anthony W. Johnson

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Here friends of Anthony W. Johnson honour him as a re-embodiment of the polymathic artist-scholar figure once observable in Ben Jonson, on whom he has done some of his most distinctive work. Part I of the book reflects his strong grounding in English literature and culture of the seventeenth century, with essays, not only on Ben Jonson, but also on university drama, on grammar school drama, and on humanist literary taste. Part II responds to his pioneering flights of culture-imagological time-travel to other periods, with essays on riddles through the ages, on Matthew Arnold’s doubts about Homeric pictorialism, and on anciently comic elements in George Gissing’s urban fiction. Part III celebrates his importance, both as scholar and artist, for the present day, with essays extending imagological analysis to the singer Nick Drake, to the avant-garde Danish poet Morten Søkilde, and to Sean S. Baker’s film Tangerine, plus a climactic celebration of Johnson’s own performances on solo violin and guitar as augmented by self-recording.
[FILLM Studies in Languages and Literatures, 11]  2019.  xi, 273 pp.
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Table of Contents
Series editor’s preface
ix
Tabula gratulatoria
xi
Introducing Anthony W. Johnson
Tommi Alho, Jason Finch and Roger D. Sell
1–22
Part I. The seventeenth century
Chapter 1. Ben Jonson’s Epigram 101, “Inviting a Friend to Supper”: Literary pleasures immediately tasted
Roger D. Sell
25–57
Chapter 2. Passing the test with Polymachaeroplacides: Seventeenth-century assessment criteria for George Wilde’s first play, Eumorphus sive Cupido Adultus (1635)
Elizabeth Sandis
59–79
Chapter 3. Vir bonus, dicendi peritus: Learning rhetoric in a Restoration grammar school
Tommi Alho
81–101
Chapter 4. John Sheffield’s Essay upon Poetry : The use of literature for educational purposes in the long eighteenth century
Adam Borch
103–128
Part II. Time-travel
Chapter 5. “Thou art the unanswered question”: On the imagology of the riddle of the Sphinx
Bo Pettersson
131–146
Chapter 6. “Sohrab and Rustum”: Matthew Arnold’s spectacle
Juha-Pekka Alarauhio
147–171
Chapter 7. The many-sided comedy of George Gissing’s The Nether World
Jason Finch
173–196
Part III. The present
Chapter 8. “River Man” and “Pink Moon”: Nick Drake, his image world, and the iconosphere
Bent Sørensen
199–208
Chapter 9. The perfection of Morten Søkilde’s extended-form poetry
Claus Madsen
209–221
Chapter 10. iPhone cinema and Tangerine : Imagology, actor-network theory, and the idea of trans-
Steen Ledet Christiansen
223–241
Chapter 11. Delay: An interlude, an abeyance, a ghost story
Stuart McWilliams
243–247
Bibliography
249–265
Index
267–273
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Literature & Literary Studies

Theoretical literature & literary studies
BIC Subject: DSB – Literary studies: general
BISAC Subject: LIT000000 – LITERARY CRITICISM / General
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