Patronage, Politics, and Literary Traditions in England, 1558-1658

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Cedric Clive Brown
Wayne State University Press, 1993 - Authors and patrons - 309 pages

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Contents

CONTRIBUTORS
7
ARTHUR F MAROTTI Patronage Poetry and Print
21
MARK THORNTON BURNETT Apprentice Literature and the Crisis of the 1590s
47
Margaret
59
PETER LINDENBAUM John Milton and the Republican Mode of Literary
93
PAUL WHITFIELD WHITE Patronage Protestantism and Stage Propaganda
111
Patronage and Commerce
125
MARGOT HEINEMANN Rebel Lords Popular Playwrights and Political
135
Miracle Combat and Rebellion
192
COX The Politics of Stuart Medievalism
211
THOMAS OSBORNE CALHOUN Cowleys Verse Satire 164243 and the Beginnings
221
Sir Thomas Brownes
231
Jonsons The Gipsies
247
T H HOWARDHILL Political Interpretations of Middletons A Game
268
Miltons
280
The Politics of Patronage in the Renaissance
291

PAYNE Patronage and the Dramatic Marketplace under Charles
159
The Politics of Chivalric
177

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