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Elizabethan Poetry in Manuscript: An Edition of British Library Harley MS 7392(2) Coming Soon

This volume presents the first printed edition of a late sixteenth-century poetic miscellany and provides invaluable insight into understanding the literature of the period.

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The Letters of the First Duchess of Ormonde Coming Soon

This volume comprises more than three hundred letters written by Elizabeth Butler, first Duchess of Ormonde, revealing her importance within the Ormonde-Butler family and in the social, cultural, and political life of seventeenth-century Ireland.

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The Lyrics of the Henry VIII Manuscript

A vibrant literary and musical reflection of the early Tudor court, the Henry VIII Manuscript (British Library Additional Manuscript 31,922) contributes to our critical understanding of court milieu and the connections between poetry and power in early Renaissance society in England.

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New Ways of Looking at Old Texts, VI: Papers of the Renaissance English Text Society 2011-2016

New Ways of Looking at Old Texts, now in its sixth volume, preserves and disseminates papers sponsored by the Society at such conferences as MLA, RSA, Kalamazoo, and Sixteenth-Century Studies.

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Averrunci or The Skowrers: Ponderous and new considerations upon the first six books of the Annals of Cornelius Tacitus concerning Tiberius Caesar (Genoa, Biblioteca Durazzo, MS. A IV 5)

This edition makes available for the first time a recently discovered and provocative work by the English historian Edmund Bolton.

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The Whole Book of Psalms Collected into English Metre by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and Others: a Critical Edition of the Texts and Tunes 2

The Whole Book of Psalms, first published in a complete form in 1562, introduced congregational singing to England and contained the best known English verse in the early modern period.

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The Whole Book of Psalms Collected into English Metre by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and Others: a Critical Edition of the Texts and Tunes 1

The Whole Book of Psalms, first published in a complete form in 1562, introduced congregational singing to England and contained the best known English verse in the early modern period.

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