Early modern studies have long embraced the transitional nature of early modern English
racial ideology-specifically, how counterintuitive and esoteric notions of difference were inthe process of yielding to emerging, hierarchical formulations of race.However, the field has not yet considered the unsettling of racial hierarchies that gains traction after American abolition as a comparable shift.
The data used come from two sections of the Corpus of Early English Medical Writing: Middle English Medical Texts (henceforth MEMT), for the historical period 1375-1500, and Early Modern English
Medical Texts (henceforth EMEMT), for the period 1500-1700.
He is the epitome of the early modern English
In early modern English
literature, autocratic rulers and their agents manipulate the law.
The book draws heavily upon important and well-known historicist studies of early modern English
literature, such as Helgerson's Forms of Nationhood (2001), Howard and Rackin's Engendering a Nation (1997), Holderness's Shakespeare's History Plays (1992), and Rackin's Stages of History (1990).
Magical Transformations on the Early Modern English
Stage is a rich and varied addition to the field.
make o in late Middle English and early Modern English
medical writing with the following objectives: (a) to analyse the distribution of the marked and the unmarked infinitive in combination with this verb in the period 1350-1700; (b) to study the distribution of the two variant expressions across the different text types; and (c) to evaluate the contribution of the following factors in the choice of the infinitive: (i) the presence of intervening elements between the matrix verb and the object infinitive, whether nominal,
Here Bailey points to the dilemma of early modern English
society, forced to grapple with a rising number of debt suits.
Discourse Markers in Early Modern English
. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2012.
It's a confusing tongue that retains traits of Early Modern English
and Middle English.
11), while in his second he thinks about how early modern English
discussions of four Old Testament converts--Jethro, Rahab, Ruth and Naaman - reveal that these discourses of conversion 'depend upon an underlying transformation of Jewishness' (p.