Table of contents for Challenging humanism : essays in honor of Dominic Baker-Smith / edited by Ton Hoenselaars and Arthur F. Kinney.

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Contents
List of Illustrations
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Foreword
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Ton Hoenselaars
Introduction
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Arthur F. Kinney
Utopia's First Readers
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Arthur F. Kinney
Taking More Seriously: Humanism, Cultural Criticism,
and the Possibility of a Past
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Andrew D. Weiner
Thomas More at Epigrams: Humanism or Humanisms?
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Elizabeth McCutcheon
Melanchthon, Latomus, Ramus: Teachers of Careful Reading
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Kees Meerhoff
Christian Humanism in John Rolland's Court Of Venus
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Roderick J. Lyall
In Praise of Dancing: A Paradoxical Encomium by Hendrik
Laurensz. Spiegel (1549-1612)
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Marijke Spies
Early Texts of Donne's "Goodfriday, 1613. Riding Westward": Manuscripts and Their Omissions; and the Provenance of
the Earliest Translation, by Constantijn Huygens (1633)
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Richard Todd
Sidney's Critique of Humanism in the New Arcadia
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Donald Stump
Shakespeare, Henri IV, and the Tyranny of Royal Style
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Victor Skretkowicz
Bacon's Spenser
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W. A. Sessions
Humanism in Hard Times: The Second Earl of Leicester (1595-1677) and His Commonplace Books, 1630-60
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Germaine Warkentin
Making World War with Literature
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John Neubauer
Recycling the Renaissance in World War II: E. W. & M. M.
Robson Review Laurence Olivier's Henry V
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Ton Hoenselaars
Of Music and Silence: The Harmonies of Thomas Whythorne
and Rose Tremain
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Helen Wilcox
Dominic Baker-Smith: A Bibliography
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List of Contributors
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Index
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Humanism.