The Performance of Nobility in Early Modern European Literature

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Cambridge Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture
General 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, 1579–1642
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: Browne's skull and other histories

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