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by Barry Taylor

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Author:
Barry Taylor
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978-0802058850
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080205885X
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Univ of Toronto Pr (October 1, 1991)
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Vagrant Writing addresses the semiotic dimension of social change in Renaissance England. eISBN: 978-1-4875-8395-8.

Comp Lit. Richard Helgerson. The book concludes with an overview by Richard Strier, a characteristically lively piece Fishily titled "How Formalism Became a Dirty Word, and Why We Can't Do Without I. The single most valuable feature of this book is that Rasmussen and his contributors do not regard recent interest in formal questions as a "return" to some happier state of criticism, an ideal mode unwisely abandoned decades ago and now fortunately reclaimed. Most of the writings by women in the discussion are not about plays or even about the playhouse itself. Vagrant Writing ranks among the best contributions to English Renaissance studies that I have read in recent years

Vagrant Writing addresses the semiotic dimension of social change in Renaissance England. Vagrant Writing ranks among the best contributions to English Renaissance studies that I have read in recent years. It is not only a substantial analytical achievement but also a stylistic tour de force. Reading that book I got not only a flavour of the excitement of recent theoretical developments, but also a sense of a new critical paradigm being consolidated.

Publisher's statement: "Vagrant Writing addresses the semiotic dimension of social change in Renaissance England.

ISBN13: 9780802058850.

Though recently retired from full-time lecturing, Barry continues to write as an accomplished, prize-winning poet. Third is Made in Japan: Akio Morita and Sony, Akio Morita with Edwin M. Reingold and Mitsuko Shimomura (1986), the memento of a dissolute yet fascinating press trip I made to Japan in the late 1980s, a jaunt that catalysed my subsequent jump from journalism into consulting.

The English Renaissance was a cultural and artistic movement in England dating from the late 15th century to the early 17th century

The English Renaissance was a cultural and artistic movement in England dating from the late 15th century to the early 17th century. It is associated with the pan-European Renaissance that is usually regarded as beginning in Italy in the late 14th century. As in most of the rest of northern Europe, England saw little of these developments until more than a century later

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The Renaissance was an age of centrifugal energies .

The Renaissance was an age of centrifugal energies - social and geographical structures were opening up and releasing people, driven by the force of competitive individualism, towards new horizons. This increasingly accelerated and expansive geographical impulse will be addressed in this book under several categories: that of mobility within England, in this chapter, and that of mobility beyond English shores in the following chapter.

1ST EDITION. Vagrant Writing: Social and Semiotic Disorders in the English Renaissance was published by University of Toronto Press, 1991. Publisher's statement: "Vagrant Writing addresses the semiotic dimension of social change in Renaissance England. From tracts against cosmetics in the Jonsonian masque, from coney-catching pamphlets to the theology of Hooker, Barry Taylor explores what happens to Tudor and Jacobean practices of writing when the ideology of the Word which underpins them--an ideology of fixed, metaphysically anchored meaning--must interpret regulate and contain a social order undergoing radical transformation."