The Literary Culture of Plague in Early Modern England.

By: Miller, KathleenMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandEarly Modern Literature in History: Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2017Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (247 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137510570Subject(s): British literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Literary Culture of Plague in Early Modern EnglandDDC classification: 820.93561 LOC classification: PN1-PN6790Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
"The Literary Culture of Plague in Early Modern England" -- "Acknowledgements" -- "Contents" -- "List of Figures" -- "1 Introduction" -- "Descending into Epidemic" -- "Chapter Breakdown" -- "Understanding the Writing of the Great Plague of London" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "2 Continuities in Plague Writing" -- "Londons Lord Have Mercy Upon Us" -- "Plague-Time Proclamations" -- "Inherited Myth: The Story of the Piper" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "3 Medical Debates on Plague" -- "Medical Thought in 1665" -- "Thomson and Hodges" -- "The Horror of the Plague Body" -- "Print" -- "Notes" -- "4 Plague and Nonconformity" -- "Thomas Vincent and the Biblical Apocalyptic" -- "William Dyer, from Hearing to Reading the Revelation" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "5 Katherine Austen’s Reckoning with Plague in Book M" -- "Katherine Austen’s Life and Book M" -- "Death and Disease in Austen’s Book M" -- "Stabilizing and Destabilizing ‘Private’ Narratives: Mortality Statistics in Austen and Defoe" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "6 Pestilence and War" -- "The Diarists, the Diaries and Correspondence" -- "War, Pestilence and Famine" -- "Fragmenting the Body" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "7 Pestilential Poesies" -- "Winstanley’s Pestilential Poesies" -- "Printing Pestilence: William Austin’s Epiloimia" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "8 Conclusion: Recalling the Plague of 1665 in Later Literary Culture" -- "Plague in Edward Worth’s Library" -- "Interpreting the Literary Culture of Plague in 1665" -- "Notes" -- "Bibliography" -- "Primary Sources" -- "Secondary Sources".
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"The Literary Culture of Plague in Early Modern England" -- "Acknowledgements" -- "Contents" -- "List of Figures" -- "1 Introduction" -- "Descending into Epidemic" -- "Chapter Breakdown" -- "Understanding the Writing of the Great Plague of London" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "2 Continuities in Plague Writing" -- "Londons Lord Have Mercy Upon Us" -- "Plague-Time Proclamations" -- "Inherited Myth: The Story of the Piper" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "3 Medical Debates on Plague" -- "Medical Thought in 1665" -- "Thomson and Hodges" -- "The Horror of the Plague Body" -- "Print" -- "Notes" -- "4 Plague and Nonconformity" -- "Thomas Vincent and the Biblical Apocalyptic" -- "William Dyer, from Hearing to Reading the Revelation" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "5 Katherine Austen’s Reckoning with Plague in Book M" -- "Katherine Austen’s Life and Book M" -- "Death and Disease in Austen’s Book M" -- "Stabilizing and Destabilizing ‘Private’ Narratives: Mortality Statistics in Austen and Defoe" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "6 Pestilence and War" -- "The Diarists, the Diaries and Correspondence" -- "War, Pestilence and Famine" -- "Fragmenting the Body" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "7 Pestilential Poesies" -- "Winstanley’s Pestilential Poesies" -- "Printing Pestilence: William Austin’s Epiloimia" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "8 Conclusion: Recalling the Plague of 1665 in Later Literary Culture" -- "Plague in Edward Worth’s Library" -- "Interpreting the Literary Culture of Plague in 1665" -- "Notes" -- "Bibliography" -- "Primary Sources" -- "Secondary Sources".

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Kathleen Miller is Visiting Research Fellow at Queen's University Belfast, UK. She completed her PhD at Trinity College Dublin, receiving a four-year PRTLI Trinity Long Room Hub Scholarship. She has worked as an adjunct lecturer at the National University of Ireland, Galway, lecturing on the body in Renaissance literature.

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