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Self-Identification in Shakespeare and Sidney
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.2007  Wednesday, 31 October 2000.

From:           Linda Moritz <
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Date:           Tuesday, 31 Oct 2000 21:20:12 -0800
Subject:        Self-Identification in Shakespeare and Sidney

Does anyone have any ideas about where to find information on the
self-identification conventions used by Shakespeare and Sidney?  This is
for a paper in one of my seminar classes.

I'm familiar with the Phil/Astrophil and will/William uses.  I'm looking
for anything relating to an analysis of the purpose of
self-identification (a psychological reading most likely) and something
giving examples of the sonnets where these can be found would be helpful
too.  I want to show as many examples as possible and my own readings
may unintentionally omit some.

You may reply either on or off list.

Thanks.

Linda

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