Table of contents for The Virgilian pastoral tradition : from the Renaissance to the modern era / Nancy Lindheim.

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Introduction											 1
Part I: Pastoral Song
Chapter 1 The Shepheardes Calender as Virgilian Pastoral					
Chapter 2 Pastoral and Masque at Ludlow	
Chapter 3 Pastoral and Georgic in Lycidas								
Part II: Pastoral Story
Chapter 4 The Inclusion of Fable: Daphnis and Chloe and Faerie Queene 6			
Chapter 5 As You Like It: "Hast Any Philosophy in Thee, Shepherd?"
Chapter 6 The Winter's Tale as Pastoral Tragicomedy						
Chapter 7 The Exclusion of Song: Wordsworth and Beckett				
Appendix: King Lear as Pastoral Tragedy							
Works Cited

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Pastoral literature, English -- History and criticism.
Virgil -- Appreciation -- Great Britain.
English literature -- Roman influences.
Renaissance -- England.
Virgil -- Influence.