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Staub, Susan


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‘'An Art That Nature Makes’?: Shakespeare’s Ambiguous Garden in The Winter’s Tale 2010 1061 Throughout The Winter’s Tale, Shakespeare incorporates images of the garden to represent the bodies of female characters in the play. During the Early Modern period, the garden had a host of connections for readers and audiences; while writers reco...
“Beauty’s Red and Virtue’s White”: Representations of the Beauty/Virtue Topos in Book III of Edmund Spenser’s Faerie Queene and Aemilia Lanyer’s Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum 2012 762 The representation of beauty was a primary focus of the early modern author, and in the Neo-Platonic and Petrarchan traditions, outer beauty was a sign of inner virtue; however, this signification seems to be questioned and manipulated by early moder...