Cambridge Studies in Renaissance Literature and CultureGeneral editor
STEPHEN ORGELCambridge Studies in Renaissance Literature and CultureJackson Eli Reynolds Professor of Humanities, Stanford University
|1. ||Douglas Bruster, Drama and the market in the age of Shakespeare|
|2. ||Virginia Cox, The Renaissance dialogue: literary dialogue in its social and
political contexts, Castiglione to Galileo|
|3. ||Richard Rambuss, Spenser's secret career|
|4. ||John Gillies, Shakespeare and the geography of difference|
|5. ||Laura Levine, Men in women's clothing: anti-theatricality and effeminization,
|6. ||Linda Gregerson, The reformation of the subject: Spenser, Milton, and the
English Protestant epic|
|7. ||Mary C. Fuller, Voyages in print: English travel to America, 1576–1624|
|8. ||Margreta de Grazia, Maureen Quilligan, Peter Stallybrass (eds. ), Subject and object in Renaissance culture|
|9. ||T. G. Bishop, Shakespeare and the theatre of wonder|
|10. ||Mark Breitenberg, Anxious masculinity in early modern England|
|11. ||Frank Whigham, Seizures of the will in early modern English drama|
|12. ||Kevin Pask, The emergence of the English author: scripting the life of the poet
in early modern England|
|13. ||Claire McEachern, The poetics of English nationhood, 1590–1612|
|14. ||Jeffrey Masten, Textual intercourse: collaboration, authorship, and sexualities
in Renaissance drama|
|15. ||Timothy J. Reiss, Knowledge, discovery and imagination in early modern
Europe: the rise of aesthetic rationalism|
|16. ||Elizabeth Fowler and Roland Greene (eds. ), The project of prose in early
modern Europe and the New World|
|17. ||Alexandra Halasz, The marketplace of print: pamphlets and the public sphere in
early modern England|
|18. ||Seth Lerer, Courtly letters in the age of Henry VIII: literary culture and the
arts of deceit|
|19. ||M. Lindsay Kaplan, The culture of slander in early modern England|
|20. ||Howard Marchitello, Narrative and meaning in early modern England:
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Book title: The Performance of Nobility in Early Modern European Literature.
Contributors: David M. Posner - Author.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press.
Place of publication: Cambridge, England.
Publication year: 1999.
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