Table of Contents: Part I. The literary character of Robert Parry's Sinetes -- Part II. Robert Chester's Love martyr, or Rosalins complaint -- 1. The problem -- 2. The symbol of the Phoenix, the Pelican and the turtle -- 3. On alchemy -- 4. The figure of Rosalind in Elizabethan literature -- 5. The literary character of Love's martyr, of the Cantoes, and of the poems "Done by the best and chiefest of our modern writers" -- Part III. Gabriel Harvey's The scholars love, or Reconcilement of contraryes -- Part IV. Sonnet literature -- 1. Sidney, Spenser, Drayton, Daniel -- 2. Shakespeare's sonnets -- Part V. Gabriel Harvey - Appendix I. Eupheus or the anatomy of wit -- Appendix II. The mystification of William Drummond of Hawthornden -- Notes.
Firestone, Richard, "Eros Paedagogicus: An Approach to Elizabethan Literature and Its Underlying Traditions" (1944). Richard Firestone Manuscripts on Elizabethan and Classical Literature. Paper 2.
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