Slander constitutes a central social legal and literary concern of early modern england a category of discourse which transgresses the law it offers a more historically grounded and fluid account of power relations between poets and the state than that offered by the commonly accepted model of official censorship. Get this from a library the culture of slander in early modern england m lindsay kaplan slander constitutes a central social legal and literary concern of early modern england m lindsay kaplan reveals it to be an effective if unstable means of repudiating ones opposition and . Lynda garland school of classics history and religion university ofnew england kaplan m lindsay the culture of slander in early modern engla cambridge cambridge university press 1997 cloth pp xii 148 rrp 8000 according to the elizabethan poetic theorist george puttenham poets are in deede the trumpetters of all praise and also . 978 0 521 58637 5 the culture of slander in early modern england m lindsay kaplan excerpt more information title the culture of slander in early modern england author mlindsay kaplan created date 12 23 2006 13114 pm . Amazoncom the culture of slander in early modern england cambridge studies in renaissance literature and culture book 19 ebook kaplan m lindsay kindle store
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