Grantley, Darryll. The Body in Late Medieval and Early Modern Culture (Aldershot : Ashgate, 2000).

ID:
 
8526
 
Title:
 
The Body in Late Medieval and Early Modern Culture
 
Primary Author:
 
Grantley, Darryll
 
Role:
 
editor
 
Additional Authors:
 
Taunton, Nina (co-editor)
 
Publisher:
 
Ashgate
 
Language:
 
English
 
Source Type:
 
Secondary Source
 
Publication Type:
 
collection
 
Publication Status:
 
Published
 
Place of Publication:
 
Aldershot
 
Date of Publication:
 
2000
 
Notes:
 
Politics of self-mutilation : forms of female devotion in the late Middle Ages / Claire Marshall -- Constructions and deconstructions of gendered bodies in selected plays of Christopher Marlowe / Doris Feldmann -- Armour, flows and bliss : liquefactions of gender in The faerie queene book II / Barry Taylor -- 'O Hamlet, thou hast cleft my heart in twain' : violence and the mother's body in Elizabethan drama / Felicity Dunworth -- Body archival : re-reading the trial of the Earl of Somerset / Alan Stewart -- Camp 'well planted' : encamped bodies in 1590s military discourses and Chapman's Caesar and Pompey / Nina Taunton -- 'Bodie of presence' : early modern education and the elite body in the writings of Richard Mulcaster / Darryll Grantley -- Regimen animarum et corporum : the body and spatial practice in Medieval and Renaissance magic / Stephen Clucas -- Bodies of demons / Gareth Roberts -- Miraculous royal body in James VI and I, Jonson and Shakespeare, 1590-1609 / Lawrence Normand -- 'Seeing' contagious bodies in early modern London / Margaret Healy -- 'All protean forms in venery' : the textual and apparitional body in John Marston's Verse satires / Cliff Forshaw -- Travellers' tails : bodily fictions in early modern narratives of cultural difference / Susan Wiseman.
 
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