Table of contents for The rhetoric of courtship in Elizabethan language and literature / Catherine Bates.


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Counter
List of illustrations
Acknowledgements
Prologue
1. The rhetoric of courtship: an introduction
2. The semantics of courtship
3. Courtship at Court: some pageants and entertainments at the Court of Elizabeth I
4. 'Courtly courtesies': ambivalent courtships in Euphues, Euphues and his England, and the Arcadia
5. 'Of court it seemes men courtesie doe call': the Amoretti, Epithalamion, and The Faerie Queene, book VIl Epilogue
Notes
Bibliography
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: English literature Early modern, 1500-1700 History and criticism, Great Britain Court and courtiers History 16th century, Authors and patrons England History 16th century, Courts and courtiers in literature, Courtly love in literature, Courtship in literature, Courtesy in literature, Rhetoric History 16th century