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- Studies in Philology
- The University of North Carolina Press
- The Politics of King David in Early Modern English Verse Volume 111, Number 3, Summer 2014, pp. 411-441
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This issue contains 8 articles in total
- “Dearest Susie Pye”: New Meredith Letters to Peacock’s Natural Daughter
- Manuscript, Print, and Politics in Anne Finch’s “Upon the Hurricane”
- Margaret Cavendish and the Stigma of Haste
- Lady Anne Clifford’s Common-Law Mind
- Exhilarating the Spirits: Burtonian Study as a Cure for Scholarly Melancholy
- Embedded Poetry and Coterie Readers in Mary Wroth’s Urania
- The “Very, Very Words”: (Mis)quoting Scripture in Lancelot Andrewes’s and John Donne’s Sermons on Job 19:23–27
- The Politics of King David in Early Modern English Verse
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