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Rogues and early modern English culture

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University of Michigan Press , Ann Arbor
English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism, Rogues and vagabonds in literature, Rogues and vagabonds -- England -- History -- 16th century, Rogues and vagabonds -- England -- History -- 17th century, Literature and society -- England -- History, Peddlers and peddling -- England -- History, Vagrancy -- England -- History, Outlaws -- England -- History, Vagrancy in literature, Outlaws in liter

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StatementCraig Dionne and Steve Mentz, editors.
ContributionsDionne, Craig., Mentz, Steve.
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LC ClassificationsPR428.R63 R64 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 416 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3679868M
ISBN 100472113747
LC Control Number2003022740

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"Those at the periphery of society often figure obsessively for those at its center, and never more so than with the rogues of early modern England.

Whether as social fact or literary fiction-or both, simultaneously-the marginal rogue became ideologically central and has remained so for historians, cultural critics, and literary critics alike.4/5(3).

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The new and recent work gathered here is an exciting contribution to early modern studies, for both scholars and students."-Alexandra W.

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Rogues and Early Modern English Culture Edited by Craig Dionne and Steve Mentz Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, The literature of the Elizabethan underclass with its fascinating accounts of vagrants, peddlers, doxies, confidence tricksters, pickpockets, dissemblers, unemployed street entertainers, disabled veterans, masterless outcasts.

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Rogues and Early Modern English Culture [Craig Dionne and Steve Mentz]. "Those at the periphery of society often figure obsessively for those at its center, and never more so than with the rogues of early modern England.

Whether as social fact or lit. Rogues, published in France under the title Voyous, comprises two major lectures that Derrida delivered in investigating the foundations of the sovereignty of the nation-state. The term "État voyou" is the French equivalent of "rogue state," and it is this outlaw designation of certain countries by the leading global powers that Derrida.

Introduction: rogues and early modern English culture: p. 1: Fashioning outlaws: the early modern rogue and urban culture: p. The reckoning of moll cutpurse: a transversal enterprise: p. New historicism, historical context, and the literature of roguery: the case of Thomas Harman reopened: p.

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Rogues and early modern English culture. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Craig Dionne, Steve Mentz Date Publisher University of Michigan Press Pub place Ann Arbor Edition 1st pbk.

ed ISBNPreview. This item appears on. Rogues in Early Modern England. 25 Jan 4 Sep 1 Comment. Information for this post was taken principally from Steve Mentz’ and Craig Dionne’s introduction to an edited collection of essays in the book Rogues and Early Modern English Culture (Michigan.

Steve Mentz, ‘Magic Books: cony-catching and the romance of early modern London’, in Rogues and Early Modern English Culture, ed. Dionne and Mentz, pp. – 33 R[obert] G[reene], The second part of conny-catching,sig. F4; a similar story concludes with the observation ‘ Fallere fallentem non est fraus, every deceit hath his Cited by: 6.

-Alexandra W. Halasz, Dartmouth College Rogues and Early Modern English Culture is a definitive collection of critical essays on the literary and cultural impact of the early modern rogue.

Rogues is an anthology edited and corralled by George R.R. Martin. For those unfamiliar with Martin, apart from his Game of Thrones work, might expect it to be fantasy. And there are certainly some fantasy pieces. But there is no one genre for these stories. A lot of different authors from different genres contributed to this book/5(K).

Fumerton, F., 'Making Vagrancy (In)visible: The Economics of Disguise in the Early Modern Rogue Pamphlets', English Literary Renaissance, vol,pp. –, analyses the difficulty Harman and other early modern writers had in distinguishing the rogue from the itinerant poor.

Historical context. Salgado, G.,Genre: Rogue literature.

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You can read all your books for as long as a month for FREE and will get the latest Books Notifications. Early modern rogue literature presents historians with a puzzle. From the s onwards, a steady flow of cheap pamphlets rolled off London printing presses to inform their audience about the innumerable scams, frauds, deceptions and confidence tricks practised by devious criminal tricksters: rogues.

Who's The Ultimate Modern Rogue.views 3 years ago Brian Brushwood and Jason Murphy, professional idiots, field test the things that will. [15] Brooke A. Stafford, ‘Englishing the Rogue, “Translating” the Irish: Fantasies of Incorporation and Early Modern English National Identity’ in Rogues and Early Modern English Culture Eds.

Craig Dionne & Steve Mentz (Michigan: University of Michigan Press, ), () [16] Anon. ‘A Gest of Robyn Hode’, [17] Anon. Thanks to cony-catching pamphlets and other rogue literature, the vagrant poor of Renaissance England have acquired a patina of comic good humor and a reputation as sturdy rogues who were adept at living on the fringes of society.

Unearthing the sources as well as the effects of this reputation, Linda Woodbridge shows that the prevailing image of the vagrant poor was 3/5(1). Book.

Clark, G. The later Sturats - Clarendon Press - Oxford. In-text: (Clark, ) Rogues And Early Modern English Culture. University of Michigan Press. Book. Gaskill, M. Crime and mentalities in early modern England - Cambridge University Press - Cambridge, UK.

As well as this introduction to early modern English (), you can read an overview of Old English by Philip Durkin of the OED. the early modern period witnessed a huge expansion of the English language: the OED includes nea words with a first reference in these two centuries; between and over words entered the.

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In very few English men or women were personally familiar with a book; bythe great majority of people daily encountered books, magazines, or newspapers.

This book explores the history of this fundamental transformation, from the arrival of the printing press to the coming of steam.

James Raven presents a lively and original account of the English book .Bryan Reynolds (born ), Claire Trevor Professor and Chancellor's Professor at the University of California-Irvine, is an American critical theorist, performance theorist, and Shakespeare scholar who developed the combined social theory, performance aesthetics, and research methodology known as transversal poetics.

He is also a playwright, director, performer, and Main interests: Performativity, Shakespeare.