Pilgrimage and Literary Tradition

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Cambridge University Press, 5 במאי 2005 - 218 עמודים
In this original and wide-ranging book, Philip Edwards examines the theme of pilgrimage in the works of a variety of major writers, including Shakespeare, Conrad, T. S. Eliot, Yeats, and Heaney. Edwards considers the original and early uses of the terms 'pilgrim' and 'pilgrimage' in life and literature, and demonstrates the importance, vitality and flexibility of pilgrimage as a literary theme over the centuries. The emphasis is almost wholly on post-reformation writers, analysing the theme of pilgrimage in major works where previously it has not been thought to exist, and marking an important departure from traditional studies of the pilgrim and pilgrimage in literature. With the character of Hamlet central to the discussion, Edwards argues the emergence in Shakespeare of a new tragic vision of pilgrimage, which perhaps had its beginnings in ancient Irish literature. This is a groundbreaking and unusual study, which encompasses centuries under a common, and vital, theme.

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Introduction I
1
Peregrinus
5
Walsingham
24
Shakespeares pilgrims
45
Motion and spirit
68
Westward ho
85
Least Figure on the Road
106
Journey of the magus
125
Lough Derg
151
Doubting Castle
187
Epilogue Therapy
205
Index
213
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