The Relation between the Monarch and the People in the Development of the English Nation
Edited By Giuseppe Brunetti and Alessandra Petrina
Notes on Contributors - 315
Notes on Contributors PAOLA BOTTALLA is Full Professor of English Literature, Università di Padova. She has published on nineteenth-century literature, espe- cially on the poetry of G.M. Hopkins (The Wreck of the Deutschland, 1979, and joint editing of G.M. Hopkins, Tradition and Innovation, 1991), and on Lewis Carroll (1996, 2003). She has also worked on Renaissance literature, exploring the dynamics of courtly and plain style (True Plain Words, 1988, and joint editing of Counting and Re- counting, 1995); more recently she has studied the formation of a fe- male persona (essays on Mary Sidney and Mary Wroth), and the po- lemics on woman (Swetnam, The Woman-hater, 2002). She is also interested in female writing in post-colonial literature and in chil- dren’s literature. VALENTINA BRICCHI graduated with a thesis on the translation of the Aeneid into Middle Scots at the Università degli Studi di Perugia. Dur- ing her doctoral studies in Comparative Literature she has investigated the relations between Italy and early modern England and specifically the role of John Florio. She has published an article on the translation of the Aeneid into Middle Scots. She is currently studying Tudor hu- manism and its connections with the European culture as the back- ground for the emergence of the English national cultural identity, and the role played by the map, as an object and a metaphor, in sixteenth- century England. She is working at the Dipartimento di Lingue e Let- terature Antiche, Moderne e Comparate of the Università di Perugia, where she...
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