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Renaissance papers 2003

Author: Christopher Cobb; Thomas M Hester
Publisher: Durham, N.C. : Published for The Southeastern Renaissance Conference by Camden House ; Woodbridge : Boydell & Brewer, cop. 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats

Essays on Shakespeare, Elizabeth Cary, Erasmus, George Puttenham, William Tyndale, and the Virginia Company, among other topics.


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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Cobb; Thomas M Hester
ISBN: 157113297X 9781571132970
OCLC Number: 494258287
Description: 1 vol. (184 p.) ; 22 cm.
Contents: Homer, Erasmus, and the Problem of Strife - Jessica WolfeWilliam Tyndale Among the Demons - Gerald SnareThe Printing of "this written book": G. T. and H. W.'s Editorial Disputes in The Adventures of Master F. J. - Jon C. PopeGeorge Puttenham as Comedic Artificer - Elizabeth WatsonAmoret and Scudamour Woo and Wed: Two Courtly Histories and a Stalemate - Wayne EricksonStrange Bedfellows: "The Churching of Women" and The Taming of the Shrew - Mary Free"Romans, countrymen, and lovers": Performing Politics, Sovereign Amity and Masculinity in: Julius Caesar - Amy Scott"Rouse Up a Brave Mind": The Merchant of Venice and Social Uprising in the 1590s - Aaron LandauRevenge Tragedy and Elizabeth Cary's Marian - Jeanne A. Roberts"very worthely sett in printe": Writing the Virginia Company of London - Jay Stubblefield
Responsibility: Editors Christopher Cobb ; M. Thomas Hester.


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