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Impossible Desire and the Limits of Knowledge in Renaissance Poetry

Wendy Beth Hyman examines the limits of embodiment, knowledge, and representation in the erotic carpe diem poem in early modern England. These macabre seductions focused on the lovers’ anticipated decline, investigated the nature of matter, time, and poetic representation, and became a vehicle for articulating religious doubt.

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