Table of contents for Humanism and machinery in Renaissance literature / Jessica Wolfe.


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Acknowledgments
Introduction: Subtle devices: renaissance humanism and its machinery
1. Automatopoesis: machinery and courtliness in renaissance Urbino
2. Artificial motions: machinery, courtliness, and discipline in renaissance England
3. Inanimate ambassadors: the mechanics and politics of mediation
4. The polymechany of Gabriel Harvey
5. Homer in a nutshell: Chapman and the mechanics of perspicuity
6. Inhumanism: Spenser's iron man
Conclusion.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: English literature Early modern, 1500-1700 History and criticism, Humanism in literature, Machinery in literature, Mechanics in literature, Renaissance England, Humanists England