Early Modern English


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Early Modern English

n.
English from about 1500 to 1700.
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He is the epitome of the early modern English individual.
The eleven essays in Taking Exception to the Law effectively demonstrate how early modern English literature registers confusion, competition, and improvisation in the legal principles and procedures to which it was intricately knit.
Another example of finding balance in a corpus where the texts were multilingual is the project on early modern English witness depositions, where criminal court records were separated from church court records.
And Noemie Ndiaye's essay on Titus Andronicus reveals the complex ways the early modern English both adopted and distorted early modern Spanish approaches to race, colour, slavery, and patrimony; the resulting argument will significantly impact the way we read, teach, and perform Shakespeare's play.
Each part consists of two chapters: a discussion of theoretical perspectives and early modern English historical and political contexts, and a case study that applies these perspectives and contexts to interpret a late-Elizabethan English history play.
The last three chapters are focused on those texts which explore the anxieties and expectations the early modern English held about the rapid changes in the religious, economic, social, and political environments.
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.
its participation in the tradition of "medieval crusading romances") in his recent book, Narrating the Crusades: Loss and Recovery in Medieval and Early Modern English Literature (2014).
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.