VOLUME 24 (2005) SPECIAL ISSUE


A Special Issue Devoted to Richard Crashaw
Edited by John R. Roberts and R. V. Young

Contents

John R. Roberts. Richard Crashaw: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism, 1981-2002. 1-228.
Sean McDowell. From “Lively” Art to “Glitt’ring Expressions”: Crashaw’s Initial Reception Reconsidered. 229-262.
Francis Newton. Silius Italicus, Daniel Heinsius, and Richard Crashaw: The Genesis of Crashaw’s Latin Poem Bulla (“The Bubble”), with a New Edition of the Text. 263-295.
Richard Crashaw. Bubble. Translated by David Reid. 297-302.
Paul A. Parrish. Front Matters: Crashaw in the Seventeenth Century. 303-334.
Albert C. Labriola. The “wine of love”: Viticulture in the Poetry of Richard Crashaw. 335-351.
George Walton Williams. Clement Barksdale’s Translations of Richard Crashaw’s Epigrams. 353-357.

 

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