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By Raymond, Joad
Hardback. English.
Published Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003
By the end of the 17th century the most effective means of persuasion and communication was the pamphlet, which created influential moral and political...

Hardback. English.
Published Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011
From the early 16th century through to the later 17th, governments, institutions, and individuals learned to use cheaply-produced printed texts to inform...

By Crawford, Julie, 1968- author
eBook. English.
Published Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014
'Mediatrix' examines the roles women played as patrons, dedicatees and readers, as well writers, in the English Renaissance. The author also looks at...

By Womersley, David
eBook. English.
Published Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010
This text explores how the Reformation's transformation of religious belief into a political statement and the saturation of the national past with religious...

eBook. English.
Published Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011
From the early 16th century through to the later 17th, governments, institutions, and individuals learned to use cheaply-produced printed texts to inform...

By Reynoldson, Fiona
Paperback. English.
Published Harlow: Longman, 1999
[Large format ed.]
Designed to fit the National Curriculum, this text is part of the 'Longman Book Project'. The books help children become familiar with the style of information...

By Westfall, Suzanne R
eBook. English.
Published Oxford: Clarendon, 1990
An examination of early Tudor revels, from the perspective of the great households of England. These huge networks of retainers were under the direct...

Paperback. English.
Published Oxford: Blackwell, 2003
Bringing together essays from an international team of leading scholars, this book considers the ways in which Renaissance culture influence literary...

By Orgel, Stephen
Book. English.
Published Berkeley: University of California Press, [1975]
Describes the role of the theatre in forming Renaissance royalty's conception of itself, especially in the cases of James I and Charles I. Bibliogs

By Spiller, Elizabeth
Hardback. English.
Published Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004
'Science, Reading, and Renaissance Literature' brings together key works in early modern science and imaginative literature. The book documents how what...
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