The Ovidian Vogue Literary Fashion And Imitative Pracitce In Late Elizaberthan England (Hb 2014)

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The Ovidian Vogue Literary Fashion And Imitative Pracitce In Late Elizaberthan England (Hb 2014)

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‘Moss is refreshingly conversant with every text he analyzes in his impressive fashion, original in his ideas and approach while possessed of traditional close-reading skills.’ — M.L. Stapelton Modern Philology vol 113:04:2016 ‘Highly recommended.’ — B.E. Brandt Choice Magazine vol 52:07:2015 ‘Moss’s study draws careful attention to the curious commingling

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‘Moss is refreshingly conversant with every text he analyzes in his impressive fashion, original in his ideas and approach while possessed of traditional close-reading skills.’ — M.L. Stapelton Modern Philology vol 113:04:2016 ‘Highly recommended.’ — B.E. Brandt Choice Magazine vol 52:07:2015 ‘Moss’s study draws careful attention to the curious commingling of Ovidian and anti-Ovidian rhetoric in the era, His deft handling of this rich and promising line of inquiry may well suggest new paths for scholars exploring the character of late Elizabethan Ovidianism.’ — Lindsay Ann Reid Sixteenth Century Journal vol46:03:2015 ‘The Ovidian Vogue explores an impressive range of mostly late Elizabethan narrative poetry and thereby contributes an interesting and valuable argument to the current body of work on Ovidianism in that period.’ — Sarah Carter Renaissance Quarterly vol 68:04:2014

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Daniel Moss is an assistant professor in the Department of English at Southern Methodist University.

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