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Imagining Public Education in Early Modern England
Imagining Public Education in Early Modern England argues that the Tudor vernacular logic and rhetoric manuals participate in the development of early modern publicity. Although the seventeen extant manuals have a diverse ...
Marginal Voices: Conflicted Dialogism and the Responsive Readers of Utopia, Beware the Cat, and Arcadia
This dissertation analyzes the construction of discursive communities amongst authors, editors, and readers of early modern prose fiction through language, material texts, and reader response. It analyzes Thomas More’s ...