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New ways of looking at old texts. IV; papers of the Renaissance English Text Society, 2002-2006.

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New ways of looking at old texts. IV; papers of the Renaissance English Text Society, 2002-2006.

Ed. by Michael Denbo.

ACMRS

2008

388 pages

$59.00

Hardcover

Medieval and Renaissance texts and studies; v.345

PR418

The 26 papers of this volume were first presented at meetings of the Renaissance English Text Society held between 2002-2006, and are dedicated to the memory of David Freeman (Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, Newfoundland, Canada). The articles are usefully arranged into themes, including John Foxe's The acts and monuments, manuscript studies, print studies, and editing the Renaissance text. Many of the articles concern works written by women and issues of gender. The articles on The acts and monuments are illustrated with b&w plates from the text. This is a fine collection, that will be of interest to scholars and graduate students of Renaissance English literature and culture.

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