Online Literary Criticism Collection
Sir Philip Sidney (1554 – 1586)
|Periods: British: 1500-1700|
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- Gender and Genre in the Sonnet Sequences of Philip Sidney and Mary Wroth
- “And yet, when I actually read Pamphilia to Amphilanthus, what strikes me is not its similarity to Astrophil and Stella, but its differences, particularly in relation to gender issues. In place of the lively and at timeseven assertive Stella, there is the passive and victimised Pamphilia who cannot free herself from the perfidious Amphilanthus. Whereas Sidney seems deliberately to break sonnet conventions by creating not so much an idealised representation of remote feminine beauty as a living responsive human being who can act, Wroth allows her woman to remain inactive and helpless, the victim of another’s behaviour.”
- Contains: Commentary, Criticism
- Author: Jennifer Laws
- From: Deep South v.2 n.1 (Autumn, 1996)
- The Sidney Journal
- An international scholarly periodical published twice annually (Spring and Fall) by the Sidney Society. It aims to provide a critical forum for scholars and students of Sidney.
- Contains: Criticism, Commentary, Webliography
- Author: Gerald J. Rubio
- The Sidneys of Penshurst
- This site gives background on the Sidney family as well as a nice biography on Sir Philip Sidney.
- Contains: Full Bio
- Author: Chris Sidney
- Keywords: life, history, biography
- Sir Philip Sidney
- This site contains biographical information on Sir Philip Sidney.
- Contains: Sketch
- Author: Anniina Jokinen
- From: Luminarium
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Last Updated Apr 29, 2013