The University of Wisconsin Press
Literature & Criticism / British Studies
Sir Philip Sidney
Selected Prose and Poetry
Edited by Robert Kimbrough
An anthology grounded in the historic and aesthetic context of a crucial figure in 16th-century English literature
"All students and teachers of the Renaissance should be very grateful not only for the availability of the works of Sidney but also for the excellent general introduction. . . . The well-chosen selections enable one to trace the development of Sidney's style and the relationship of his style to his intellectual growth, and they explain his failure to finish The New Arcadia." Kathrine Koller, Seventeenth Century News
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LC: 82-051093 PR
576 pp. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
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