Definition of Rehandles
1. rehandle [v] - See also: rehandle
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Literary usage of Rehandles
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Spanish Literature by James Fitzmaurice-Kelly (1898)
"He rehandles the theme in A Secreto Agravio Secreta Venganza and in El Medico de su Honra ; but the right emotion is rarely felt by the reader, ..."
2. Poet Lore (1913)
"... pointed out, rehandles certain problems treated in the earlier play. May one not assume rather that the ..."
3. Shakspere as a Playwright by Brander Matthews (1913)
"The English dramatist may lean heavily upon the Roman playwright, but he completely rehandles the material he takes over ..."
4. Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature by John Addington Symonds (1881)
"... giving them intenser meaning, he still plays upon the commonplaces of his predecessors. Thus in the sonnet Amor e 7 cor gentil son una cosa he rehandles ..."
5. New Studies in Literature by Edward Dowden (1895)
"The Christian Captives rehandles the subject of Calderon's The Steadfast Prince, and is partly founded upon that admirable play. The theme, involving the ..."
6. The First Half of the Seventeenth Century by Herbert John Clifford Grierson (1906)
"Marino rehandles all the hackneyed images of the sonneteers — fire and ice, love's arrows and nets, hearts which migrate, mirrors, and little dogs; ..."
7. Greek Life and Thought from the Death of Alexander to the Roman Conquest by John Pentland Mahaffy (1896)
"But the author of the second Maccabees was evidently not content with this tame account, but rehandles part of the same history1 with stronger moral and ..."