Renaissance Essays: John Lyly
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These essays are not intended to replace library research. They are here to
show you what others think about a given subject, and to perhaps spark an
interest or an idea in you. To take one of these essays, copy it, and to pass
it off as your own is known as plagiarism—academic dishonesty which will
result (in every university I've heard tell of) in suspension or dismissal from
the university. Not only are your professors as technology savvy as you are,
they will not tolerate theft of another's intellectual efforts.


John Lyly =Student Essay
Saintsbury on Lyly and Euphues
C. S. Lewis on Lyly's Euphues
Lyly's Euphues - Ernest A. Baker
G. K. Hunter on Nashe and Lyly
The Language of Framing - Rayna Kalas
Leashing in the dogs of war: The influence of Lyly's Campaspe on Shakespeare's All's Well that Ends Well - Gabriel Egan
Lyly's Midas as an Allegory of Tyranny - Stephen S. Hilliard [.pdf]
John Lyly as Both Oxford's and Shakespeare's "Honest Steward" - Charles Wisner Barrell
"I would faine serve": John Lyly's Career at Court - Derek B. Alwes
"O unquenchable thirst of gold": Lyly's Midas and the English quest for Empire - Annaliese ConnollyEMLS
The Healthy Body: Desire and Sustenance in John Lyly's Love's Metamorphosis - Mark DooleyEMLS
"Swift hart" and "soft heart": Elizabeth I and the Iconography of
      Lyly’s Gallathea and Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Julia Brown
Old versus new spelling: John Lyly--a special case? - Leah Scragg
Cross-dressingand John Lyly's Gallathea - Christopher Wixson
Elizabeth I's "picture in little": Boy Company Representations of a Queen's Authority - Jeanne H. McCarthy
Elizabethan Court Fiction: George Gascoigne and John Lyly - Dr. Deborah Wyrick


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