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The Production of English Renaissance Culture (edition 1994)

by David Lee Miller (Editor), Margaret Ferguson (Contributor), Gordon Teskey (Contributor), Francis Barker (Contributor), Richard Lachmann (Contributor)7 more, Clark Hulse (Contributor), Richard Halpern (Contributor), Christopher Kendrick (Contributor), Sharon O'Dair (Editor), Harold Weber (Editor), Bruce Thomas Boerher (Contributor), Joseph F. Loewenstein (Contributor)

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Title:The Production of English Renaissance Culture
Authors:David Lee Miller (Editor)
Other authors:Margaret Ferguson (Contributor), Gordon Teskey (Contributor), Francis Barker (Contributor), Richard Lachmann (Contributor), Clark Hulse (Contributor)6 more, Richard Halpern (Contributor), Christopher Kendrick (Contributor), Sharon O'Dair (Editor), Harold Weber (Editor), Bruce Thomas Boerher (Contributor), Joseph F. Loewenstein (Contributor)
Info:Ithaca, NY: Cornell Univ Press (1994), Paperback, 320 pages
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Tags:English History, Literary Criticism

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What is the relationship between the cultural artifacts of Renaissance England and the processes of production, exchange, and accumulation through which they were brought into being? Pursuing this question, a group of distinguished scholars from both sides of the Atlantic exemplifies a number of different approaches to the writing of cultural history.

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