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The Oxford handbook of the age of Shakespeare / edited by Malcolm Smuts.

Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016.
Description:
1 online resource : illustrations (black and white).
Series:
Oxford handbooks online. [More in this series]
Summary note:
This handbook presents a broad sampling of current historical scholarship on Shakespeare's period that it is hoped will prove useful to scholars of his poems and plays. Rather than attempting to summarize the historical `background' to Shakespeare, individual chapters explore numerous topics and methodologies at the forefront of current historical research.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Target audience:
Specialized.
Source of description:
Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on July 4, 2016).
Contents:
Introduction / Malcolm Smuts -- William Cecil Lord Burghley and the Management of Elizabeth's England / Norman Jones -- The Earl of Essex / Paul E. J. Hammer -- Robert Cecil and the Transition from Elizabeth to James I / Pauline Croft -- James I and the Consolidation of British Monarchy? / Malcolm Smuts -- War, Soldiers, and High Politics under Elizabeth I / D. J. B. Trim -- Shakespeare, the Irish, and Military Culture / Rory Rapple -- Catholicism and Tyranny in Shakespeare's Warwickshire / Glyn Parry -- Ancient Liberties, Royal Honour, and the Politics of Commonweal in English Forests, 1558-1625 / Dan Beaver -- Poets, Patronage, and the Prince's Court / Timothy Wilks -- The Theatre and the 'Post-Reformation Public Sphere' / Peter Lake -- Rhetorical Training in the Elizabethan Grammar School / Peter Mack -- English Vernacular Historical Writing and Holinshed's Chronicles / Daniel Woolf, Jane Wong Yeang Chui -- European Historiography in English Political Culture / Nicholas Popper -- Roman History, Essex, and Late Elizabethan Political Culture / Paulina Kewes -- Other Republicanisms / Debora Shuger -- The Gordian Knot of Policy / Alexandra Gajda -- Seneca and English Political Culture / Curtis Perry -- David Hume, Richard Verstegan, and the Battle for Britain / Arthur Williamson -- The Politics of Race in England, Scotland, and Ireland / Brendan Kane, Malcolm Smuts -- English Catholics and the Continent / Katy Gibbons -- The Bible in English Culture / Naomi Tadmor -- Religious Nonconformity and the Quality of Mercy / Ethan H. Shagan -- Protestantism and the Devil / Tom Webster -- The Affective Life in Shakespearean England / Linda Pollock -- Chivalry and the English Gentleman / Richard Cust -- Elizabethan Verse Libel / Alan Bryson -- Gender, Writing Technologies, and Early Modern Epistolary Communications / James Daybell -- The Shamings of Falstaff / Brian Weiser -- Cuckold's Haven / Susan D. Amussen -- 'Murder's Crimson Badge' / K.J. Kesselring -- Thinking with Poison / Alastair Bellany -- Criminal London / Paul Griffiths -- Families and Households in Early Modern London, c.1550-1640 / Vanessa Harding -- Theatre, Church, and Neighbourhood in Early Modern Blackfriars / Christopher Highley -- The Cultural Geography of St Paul's Precinct / Roze Hentschell -- Art and Architecture in Provincial England / Robert Tittler -- Garden Design and Experience in Shakespeare's England / Luke Morgan -- Art Collecting and Patronage in Shakespeare's England / Elizabeth Goldring -- Graphic Satire and the Printed Image in Shakespeare's London / Helen Pierce -- Music and the Stage in the Time of Shakespeare / Ross W. Duffin.
Subject(s):
Other title(s):
  • Handbook of the age of Shakespeare
  • Age of Shakespeare
ISBN:
9780191819933 (ebook) :
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