Opening the Borders: Inclusivity in Early Modern Studies : Essays in Honor of James V. Mirollo
This volume presents essays that are consciously diverse. The collection includes studies of both English and Continental subjects and demonstrates that the circulation of varied practices enhances our understanding of early modern texts and culture.
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