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Author Ketner, Elizabeth.

Title Imagining Early Modern Histories
Published Farnham : Taylor and Francis, 2016
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Description 1 online resource (278 pages)
Contents Cover Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction: Imagining Early Modern Histories -- Part I Histories Written and Enacted -- 1 Shouting Distance: Local History and a Global Empire in Lope de Vega's Famosa comedia del nuevo mundo descubierto por Cristobal Colón -- 2 Enclosure and the Spatialization of History in Ben Jonson's "To Penshurst" -- 3 From Antimasque to Execution: Revising History Through Performance -- PART II Histories Created and Assigned -- 4 "I'll to my book": The Legacy of the Corpus Hermeticum in Renaissance Magic -- 5 The Imagined Among the Real: The Country of Women in Traditional and Early Modern Chinese Geographical Accounts and Maps -- 6 Looking for the Unknown Asia: The Asian Mystique in Early Modern European Textual History -- PART III Fictions Histories -- 7 "Secretarie now, but to the dead": Samuel Daniel and the Just Aesthetics of History -- 8 "The gap / That we shall make in time": Emblematics and the Queer Drive of History in Cymbeline -- 9 "A Fable Like a Historie": Lady Mary Wroth's "Heathen Fiction" -- PART IV Fictions of the Self and the State: Gender and Innocence -- 10 Fictions and Lies: Accusations of Spousal Homicide and Adultery in France -- 11 Speaking from the Edges: Toward a Feminine Historiography in Story XXI of Marguerite de Navarre's Heptaméron -- 12 Fiction and Biography, Self and Identity in Antonio di Tuccio Manetti's Il grasso legnaiuolo -- Index
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Author Kavey, Allison
ISBN 1472465199