Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||A. Leigh DeNeef.|
|LC Classifications||PR2364 .D4 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||196 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||82014737|
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Spenser and the Motives of Metaphor Hardcover – 1 Mar by DeNeef (Author)Author: DeNeef. The motive for metaphor, according to Wallace Stevens, is a desire to associate, and finally to identify, the human mind with what goes on outside it, because the only genuine joy you can have is in those rare moments when you feel that although we may know in part, as Paul says (1 Cor. ), we are also a part of what we know. in more than one book, and their private and public educa tion and quest extend beyond the boundaries of the unit. There are, however, a number of limitations in studying The Faerie Queene from the point of view of the armorial metaphor. In general Spenser creates a pattern and then varies it. Thus symbolical action or heraldic 3. What metaphor does Spenser employ to frame his tale and to describe the relationship between the tale and its readers? that of a ship filled with jolly mariners. In Book 1, Canto 7, we read of the "hideous Geant" who throws Redcrosse into prison. The giant Orgoglio is so gargantuan that the ground "gronèd under him for dreed" (line 69).
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