New Historicism and Renaissance Drama
This series takes account of contemporary literary theory, providing collections of key modern readings of major authors, genres and critical approaches. The books are prefaced by an editorial introduction setting the readings in context and exploring the issues they raise.
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Jean E Howard The New Historicism in Renaissance Studies
Catherine Belsey Literature History Politics
Stephen Greenblatt Marlowe and the Will to Absolute
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