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Contents List of Figures xii Introduction 1 1.Marginalization 17 1.Laudatory Epic and the Nature of Power in the Early Renaissance 17 2.Virgil and the Challenge to Laudatory Epic 30 3.Filelfos Sphortias: Imitation as Resistance 50 2.Colonization 67 1.Ercillas La Araucana: Epic and the Voice of the Other 77 2.The Tempest: Drama and the Valorization of the Other 102 3.Sor Juana Ins de la Cruz: Lyric and the Female Other between Two Worlds 126 3.Revolution 138 1.Miltons Paradise Lost: from Commonwealth to Restoration 138 2.Joel Barlow, Virgil, and the American Revolution 169 3.Le Plats Virgile en France: Revolution and Repression 196 Conclusion 213 Appendix 1. Manuscripts of Filelfos Sphortias 228 Appendix 2. Filelfos Virgilian Studies 231 Select Bibliography 233 Index 243
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Aeneas (Legendary character) in literature.
Epic poetry, Latin -- History and criticism.