On the Literary Genetics of Shakspere's Poems & Sonnets

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CONTENTS
PART 1: THE LITERARY GENETICS OF Venus and Adonis
I. The Construction of Venus and Adonis1
II. Shaping-Ideas in Venus and Adonis: Chaos to Cosmos Through Love49
III. Shaping-Ideas in Venus and Adonis: Platonic Love73
PART II: THE LITERARY GENETICS OF Lucrece
IV. Basic Sources of Lucrece97
V. Genetics of the Literary Structure in Lucrece108
PART III: THE LITERARY CENETICS OF SHAKSPERE'S SUGRED SONNETS
VI. From Pistol to Plotinus157
VII. Motives to Procreation as the Way to Outlive Time181
VIII. A Separable Spite in Unity230
IX. Tempus Edax Rerum, But Not of All in All259
X. The Sin of Dumb Truth289
XI. Beauty Revisited306
XII. In Praise of False Beauty321
XIII. Something on Chronology340
XIV. Something about Form345
XV. Falstaff and Prince Hal352
PART IV: THE LITERARY GENETETICS OF The Phoenix and the Turtle
XVI. The Phoenix and the Turtle363
PART V: WILLIAM SHAKSPERE, RENAISSANCE POST
XVII. William Shakspere, Renaissance Poet381
Indexes385

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