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Title The plague in print : essential Elizabethan sources, 1558-1603 / transcribed and edited with critical commentary by Rebecca Totaro
Published Pittsburgh, Pa. : Duquesne University Press, [2010]
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Description 1 online resource (xix, 300 pages :) : illustrations
Series Medieval and Renaissance literary studies.
Contents Plague remedies--Thomas Moulton : plague remedy (1531) -- Plague prayers--The Church of England : A form to be used in common prayer (1563) -- Plague literature--William Bullein : A dialogue both pleasant and pietyful (1564) -- Plague orders--Queen Elizabeth I : Orders thought meet (1578) -- Plague bills--Worshipful company of parish clerks : The number of all those that hath died (c. 1583) -- Plague literature--Thomas Dekker : The wonderful year (1603)
Summary "This collection of early modern writing related to the bubonic plague includes remedies, literature, orders, prayers, and a bill -- each modernized and annotated with two accompanying glossaries, one general and one for medical and herbal terms; the author's commentary highlights the cultural significance of plague references in various early modern literature"--Provided by publisher
Analysis "Multi-User"
Notes OldControl:muse9780820705293
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. MiAaHDL
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Subject Medicine in Literature.
Literature, Modern.
Plague -- history.
English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700.
Plague in literature.
Plague -- England -- Literary collections.
Plague -- England -- History -- 16th century -- Sources.
Plague -- England -- History -- 17th century -- Sources.
United Kingdom.
Genre/Form History.
Literary collections.
Form Electronic book
Author Totaro, Rebecca Carol Noel, 1968-
ISBN 0820705292