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Mighty Europe 1400-1700

Writing an Early Modern Continent

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Andrew W. Hiscock

Contents: Andrew Hiscock: Introduction - Narrating Europe – John Kerrigan: British Marvell, 1660-1697 – Astrid J. Stilma: Justifying War: Dutch Translations of Scottish Books around 1600 – Hugh Adlington: John Donne, Confessional Identity, and the Civitas Dei in Early Seventeenth-Century Europe – Zdeněk Vibíral: Religious Identities and Political Discourse in Early Modern Bohemia – Philip Crispin: Louis XII, Julius II and Pierre de Gringore’s Sottie du Jeu du Prince des Sots (1512) – Ekaterina G. Domnina: ‘The riches of England are greater than those of any other country in Europe’: A Venetian Image of Early Modern England – Richard Dutton: Volpone: Venice in London, London in Venice – Manuel J. Gómez-Lara/María José Mora: The ‘Anglicized Italian’: Parodic Reversal of a Cultural Topos in Restoration Comedy – Moisés Orfali: The Spanish Apologia against the Black Legend – Andrew Hiscock: ‘A Dialogue between Old England and New’: Anne Bradstreet and her Negotiations with the Old World.