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Considerations of Audience in Medieval and Early Modern Studies

Volume II, Issue 1, Spring 2009

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Contents

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Thomas Gobbitt (Institute for Medieval Studies, University of Leeds)
Audience and Amendment of Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 383 in the first half of the twelfth century
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Rebecca Pinner (University of East Anglia)
Text and context: author and audience in John Lydgate’s Life of St Edmund
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Matteo Soranzo (McGill University)
Audience and Quattrocento Pastoral: the Case of Jacopo Sannazaro’s Arcadia
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Scott Stephen (University of Aberdeen)
“Some will judge too trivial, some too grave”: Audience and Interpretation in Thomas Heywood’s A Woman Killed with Kindness
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