The Oxford handbook of Tudor literature, 1485-1603Series: Oxford handbooks Published by : Oxford University Press, (Oxford ; | New York :) Physical details: xxviii, 832 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. ISBN:9780199697892.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Caxton and the invention of printing / Alexandra Gillespie -- Dramatic theory and Lucres' Discretion : the plays of Henry Medwall / Kent Cartwright -- Stephen Hawes and courtly education / Daniel Wakelin -- Having the last word : manuscript, print, and the envoy in the poetry of John Skelton / Jane Griffiths -- All for love : Lord Berners and the enduring, evolving romance / Joyce Boro -- Thomas More, William Tyndale, and the printing of religious propaganda / John N. King -- Rhetoric, conscience, and the playful positions of Sir Thomas More / James Simpson -- John Bale and controversy : readers and audiences / Peter Happé -- Sir Thomas Elyot and the bonds of community / Cathy Shrank -- John Heywood and court drama / Thomas Betteridge -- Thomas Wyatt and Francis Bryan : plainness and dissimulation / Jason Powell -- Piety and poetry : English psalms from Miles Coverdale to Mary Sidney / Hannibal Hamlin -- Katherine Parr and her circle / Janel Mueller -- John Leland and his heirs : the topography of England / Philip Schwyzer -- Biblical allusion and argument in Luke Shepherd's verse satires / Mark Rankin -- Reforming the reformers : Robert Crowley and Nicholas Udall / Christopher Warley -- William Baldwin and the Tudor imagination / R.W. Maslen -- Directions for English : Thomas Wilson's Art of rhetoric, George Puttenham's Art of English poesy, and the search for vernacular eloquence / Wolfgang G. Müller -- Order and disorder : John Proctor's History of Wyatt's Rebellion (1554) / Alan Bryson -- Marian political allegory : John Heywood's The spider and the fly / Alice Hunt -- Hall's chronicle and the Mirror for magistrates : history and the tragic pattern / Scott Lucas -- A place in the shade : George Cavendish and De Casibus tragedy / Mike Pincombe -- What is my nation? Language, verse, and politics in Tudor translations of Virgil's Aeneid / Margaret Tudeau-Clayton -- Thomas Hoby, William Thomas, and mid-Tudor travel to Italy / Jonathan Woolfson -- Popularizing courtly poetry : Tottel's miscellany and its progeny / Steven W. May -- Minerva's men : horizontal nationhood and the literary production of Googe, Turbervile, and Gascoigne / Laurie Shannon -- 'For this is true or els I do lye' : Thomas Smith, William Bullein, and mid-Tudor dialogue / Phil Withington -- English Seneca : Heywood to Hamlet / Jessica Winston -- Political tragedy in the 1560s : Cambises and Gorboduc / Dermot Cavanagh -- John Foxe's Acts and monuments, 1563-1583 : antiquity and the affect of history / Andrew Escobedo -- Tragical histories, tragical tales / Jonathan Gibson -- Foresters, ploughmen, and shepherds : versions of Tudor pastoral / Andrew Hadfield -- Interludes, economics, and the Elizabethan stage / Paul Whitfield White -- Ovidian reflections in Gascoigne's Steel glass / Syrithe Pugh -- The art of war : martial poetics from Henry Howard to Philip Sidney / D.J.B. Trim -- Thomas Whithorne and first-person-life-writing in the sixteenth century / Elizabeth Heale -- Pageants and propaganda : Robert Langham's Letter and George Gascoigne's Princely pleasures at Kenilworth / Janette Dillon -- Sir Philip Sidney and the Arcadias / Helen Moore -- Gabriel Harvey's choleric writing / Jennifer Richards -- The intimacy of manuscript and the pleasure of print : literary culture from The schoolmaster to Euphues / Fren Schurink -- Revenge and romance : George Pettie's Palace of pleasure and Robert Greene's Pandosto / Katharine Wilson -- Christopher Marlowe's Doctor Faustus and Nathaniel Woodes's The conflict of conscience / David Bevington -- Fictive acts : Thomas Nashe and the mid-Tudor legacy / Lorna Hutson -- 'Hear my tale or kiss my tail!' The old wife's tale, Gammer Gurton's needle, and the popular cultures of Tudor comedy / Andrew Hiscock -- Edmund Spenser and the passing of Tudor literature / Helen Cooper.