Death and tenses posthumous presence in early modern france neil kenny the first systematic study of the relation of tenses to death integrates the study of literature and culture with that of language studies many little known texts and authors and also well known ones shedding new light on those works. Did tenses communicate dimensions of posthumous presence and absence that partly eluded more concept based affirmations the investigation ranges from funerary and devotional writing to eucharistic theology from poetry to humanist paratexts from rabelaiss prose fiction to montaignes essais posthumous presence in early modern . Compre death and tenses posthumous presence in early modern france english edition de neil kenny na amazoncombr confira tambm os ebooks mais vendidos lanamentos e livros digitais exclusivos. He has written extensively on early modern literature thought and culture especially in france his previous books include the uses of curiosity in early modern france and germany oup 2004 and an introduction to sixteenth century french literature and thought other times other places london duckworth now bloomsbury 2008. Did tenses refer to the dead in ways that contributed to granting them differing degrees of presence and absence did tenses communicate dimensions of posthumous presence and absence that partly eluded more concept based affirmations the book briefly compares early modern usage with tendencies in modern french and english in the west
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