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Subject Literature » Renaissance Literature

DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405194495.2012.00001.x


Matthew Adams is a freelance writer who has contributed to Review of English Studies, Essays in Criticism , and Standpoint magazine as well as the Times Literary Supplement, New Humanist , the Spectator , the Guardian, Literary Review , and the Los Angeles Review of Books . He is currently writing a book about Richard Overton. Ruth Ahnert is a lecturer in Renaissance English Literature at Queen Mary, University of London, and is editor of Bulletin of the Society for Renaissance Studies. Her research interests lie at the intersection of religious history, literary form, and book history. She has written a number of articles and chapters on early modern prison literature, including a forthcoming article on the representation of Henry VIII in Robert Bolt's A man for all seasons. She is currently preparing a monograph entitled The rise of prison literature in the sixteenth century, which charts innovations in English prison writing following the Reformation. Bernadette Andrea is a professor of English at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where she chaired the Department of English, Classics, and Philosophy. Her most recent books include Women and Islam in early modern English literature (2007) and Delarivier Manley and Mary Pix: English women staging Islam, 1696–1707 (forthcoming). She has published widely on English women writers of the sixteenth and seventeenth ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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