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Whores of Babylon : Catholicism, gender, and seventeenth-century print culture
In Whores of Babylon, Frances E. Dolan offers a perceptive study of the central role that Catholics and Catholicism played in early modern English law, literature, and politics. She contends thatExpand
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The Politics of Court Scandal in Early Modern England: News Culture and the Overbury Affair, 1603-1660 (review)
This scrupulously researched, engrossing book treats the Overbury scandal—which included the divorce trial of the Earl of Essex; the subsequent marriage of Frances Howard, Essex’s ex-wife, to RobertExpand
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Editorial Note
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