Sidney's Poetic Justice: The Old Arcadia, Its Eclogues, and Renaissance Pastoral Traditions
The first book-length study of The Old Arcadia as a Renaissance pastoral romance. Stillman focuses attention on the 27 eclogues that Sidney sets within his prose narrative.
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Pastoralism and Generic Definition
As Critic and Poet Sidney Defines Pastoral
From Prose to Poetry
Book One The Divided Mind
Book Two The Consequences of the Divided Mind
Book Three Contentment and Justice
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