Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-309) and index
Renaissance metaphor and the dynamic of cultural change: an introductory road map -- Translating investments: the metaphoricity of language: Hamlet, and 2 Henry IV -- Language and history in the reformation: translating matter to metaphor in the sacrament -- Donne’s tropic awareness: metaphor, metonymy, and devotions upon emergent occasions -- Vesting significance and authority: the Vestiarian controversy under Cranmer and its treatment by Foxe -- Busirane’s place: the house of abusive rhetoric in the Faerie Queene -- Catachresis and metaphor: "Be bold, be bold, be not too bold" in the Latin rhetorical tradition and its renaissance adaptors -- Exchanging values: the economic and rhetorical world seen by Gerrard de Malynes, merchant.
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