A Fine Tuning: Studies of the Religious Poetry of Herbert and Milton

A Fine Tuning: Studies of the Religious Poetry of Herbert and Milton

Edited by Mary A. Maleski
1989 | 336 pp. | 978-0-86698-048-7 | Hardcover 6 x 9 in
MRTS 64 |

Out of print.

Introduction : theological approaches to seventeenth-century poetry / Mary A Maleski --
A tribute to Joseph Holmes Summers / Russell A. Peck --
The published writings of Joseph H. Summers --
The generous ambiguity of Herbert's Temple / Louis L. Martz --
The two endings of George Herbert's "The church" / Sidney Gottlieb --
"Respective boldnesse" : Herbert and the art of submission / Michael C. Schoenfeldt --
Altering the text of the self : the shapes of "The altar" / M. Thomas Hester --
The poem as hierophon : musical configurations in George Herbert's "The church" / Diane McColley --
An Augustinian reading of George Herbert's "The pulley" / Chauncey Wood --
Generic multiplicity and Milton's literary God / Barbara K. Lewalski --
Doctrine as deep structure in Milton's early poetry / William Shullenberger --
"In pensive trance, and anguish, and ecstatic fit" : Milton on the Passion / Marshall Grossman --
Milton's "Umpire consciousness," the "Two-handed engine," and the English Protestant tradition of the divine similitude / Alinda Sumers --
Milton on the creation of Eve : Adam's dream and the hieroglyphic of the rib / Fannie Peczenik --
Milton and the Ranters on canticles / Noam Flinker --
Milton's floating couch : the white devil of Paradise regained / Christopher Grose.