'Paper-contestations' and Textual Communities in England, 1640-1675

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University of Toronto Press, 1. 1. 2005 - Počet stran: 199
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The mass production and dissemination of printed materials were unparalleled in England during the 1640s and 50s. While theatrical performance traditionally defined literary culture, print steadily gained ground, becoming more prevalent and enabling the formation of various networks of writers, readers, and consumers of books.

In conjunction with an evolving print culture, seventeenth-century England experienced a rise of political instability and religious dissent, the closing of the theatres, and the emergence of a middle class. Elizabeth Sauer examines how this played out in the nation's book and print industry with an emphasis on performative writings, their materiality, reception, and their extra-judicial function.'Paper-contestations' and Textual Communities in England challenges traditional readings of literary history, offers new insights into drama and its transgression of boundaries, and proposes a fresh approach to the politics of consensus and contestation that animated seventeenth-century culture and that distinguishes current scholarly debates about this period.


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Reader Here youl plainly see Judgement Perverted
The Trials of Strafford and Laud in Englands Sad Theater
The Stagework of Charles I
Tyranny on Trial
Trials of Authorship and Dramas of Dissent
Milton and Dryden on
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Elizabeth Sauer is a professor in the Department of English at Brock University.

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