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Religion and Culture in Renaissance England

Religion and Culture in Renaissance England J u n e 2000 B O O K REVIEWS Religion and Culture in Renaissance England. E d ite d by C laire M cE ach ern a n d D e b o ra Shuger. C am bridge: C am b rid g e U n i­ versity Press, 1997. Pp. xii + 292. $64.95. 0-521-58425-6. F o r th e p ast d e c a d e o r so, university presses, like so m any S p en serian m o n sters, have spew ed o u t collections o f essays o n R enaissance lite ra tu re a n d history, loosely u n it e d u n d e r th e ru b ric o f culture. Them selves a c u ltu ra l artifact o f th e “New His- toricism ,” such collections typically are d o m in a te d by literary scholars — th e p e o p le w ho really u n d e r s ta n d cu ltu re , so th e sp eech act w ould im ply — w ith a to k http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png English Language Notes Duke University Press

Religion and Culture in Renaissance England

English Language Notes , Volume 37 (4) – Jun 1, 2000

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Copyright © 2000 Regents of the University of Colorado
ISSN
0013-8282
eISSN
2573-3575
DOI
10.1215/00138282-37.4.81
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J u n e 2000 B O O K REVIEWS Religion and Culture in Renaissance England. E d ite d by C laire M cE ach ern a n d D e b o ra Shuger. C am bridge: C am b rid g e U n i­ versity Press, 1997. Pp. xii + 292. $64.95. 0-521-58425-6. F o r th e p ast d e c a d e o r so, university presses, like so m any S p en serian m o n sters, have spew ed o u t collections o f essays o n R enaissance lite ra tu re a n d history, loosely u n it e d u n d e r th e ru b ric o f culture. Them selves a c u ltu ra l artifact o f th e “New His- toricism ,” such collections typically are d o m in a te d by literary scholars — th e p e o p le w ho really u n d e r s ta n d cu ltu re , so th e sp eech act w ould im ply — w ith a to k

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Published: Jun 1, 2000

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