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CFP (Journal): Personification: Embodying Meaning and Emotion Personification

May 13, 2013

Early English Drama & Performance

“Intersections is a peer-reviewed series on interdisciplinary topics in early modern studies. Each volume focuses on a single theme and consists of essays that explore new perspectives on the subject of study. The series aims to open up new areas of research on early modern culture and to address issues of interest to a wide range of disciplines. More information on Intersections: brill.com/inte

We are now soliciting manuscripts for a special volume in the series on ‘Personification: Embodying Meaning and Emotion Personification’, or prosopopeia, the rhetorical figure by which something not human is given a human identity or ‘face’, is readily spotted, but the figure’s cognitive form and function, its rhetorical and pictorial effects, have rarely elicited scholarly attention. As a communicative device it is either taken for granted or dismissed as mere convention. The aim of the proposed volume is to formulate an alternative account of personification, to demonstrate…

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