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Sacramental Poetics at the Dawn of Secularism
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Contents Preface Acknowledgments Part I. Poesia Mystica 1. Sacramental Poetics 2. Mystical and Political Bodies Part II. Justitia Mystica 3. Shakespeare's Tragic Mass: Craving Justice 4. Milton's Cosmic Body: Doing Justice Part III. Amor Mysticus 5. Herbert's Praise: Communion in Conversation 6. Donne in Love: Communion of the Flesh Afterword Notes Index

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Regina Mara Schwartz is Professor of English at Northwestern University, where she teaches literature, religion, and law. She is the author of Remembering and Repeating: On Milton's Theology and Poetics (1988), winner of the James Holly Hanford Book Award, and The Curse of Cain: The Violent Legacy of Monotheism (1997), which was nominated for a Pulitzer.

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"Schwartz offers us a rich feast of ideas and enables us to participate in a vital conversation; I have thoroughly enjoyed consuming what she has to say, and I urge others to take the opportunity to do likewise." - Mark Knight, Christianity and Literature "Unfailingly readable, clear and precise, Sacramental Poetics is one of the most important studies of our critical moment, allowing us to move beyond readings of early modern ritual and theatre as merely the emptied-out forms of an earlier age. Schwartz's book is an excavation of 'Cultural Memory' that not only recovers a lingering sense of loss, but also an imaginative reconfiguration in an effort to find a just and meaningful world." - Joseph Sterrett, Cardiff University, Early Modern Literary Studies "Sacramental Poetics is a significant contribution not only to sacramental theology, liturgical history and literary studies ... but also stands as a fine example of interdisciplinary scholarship." - Barnnon Hancock, Reviews in Religion and Theology "Schwartz's compelling and brilliant demonstration will certainly deeply modify our appreciation of mysticism in Modernity, in literature as well as in philosophy - and even in theology." - Jean-Luc Marion, University of Paris, Sorbonne and University of Chicago "This important study is as much a manifesto as a literary and cultural study on the transubstantiation of transubstantiation in the face of the secular imperative that haunts us. It not only provides a rich analysis of individual texts, it also shows a way to establish a new communion and a new community." - Michael Lieb, University of Illinois

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