1611: Authority, Gender and the Word in Early Modern England by Helen Wilcox

By Helen Wilcox

1611: Authority, Gender, and the note in Early smooth England explores problems with authority, gender, and language inside and around the number of literary works produced in a single of so much landmark years in literary and cultural heritage.

  • Represents an exploration of a 12 months within the textual lifetime of early smooth England
  • Juxtaposes the range and variety of texts that have been released, performed,   learn, or heard within the related yr, 1611
  • Offers an account of the textual tradition of the yr 1611, the surroundings of language, and the information from which the accepted model of the English Bible emerged

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