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New Historical Literary Study:
Essays on Reproducing Texts, Representing History
Edited by Jeffrey N. Cox & Larry J. Reynolds

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Illustrations
Acknowledgments
List of Contributors
Introduction: The Historicist Enterprise3
Ch. 1Generating Literary Histories39
Ch. 2Texts and Works: Some Historical Questions on the Editing of Old English Verse54
Ch. 3Making Identities in Fifteenth-Century England: Henry V and John Lydgate69
Ch. 4Shakespeare Bewitched108
Ch. 5Re-visioning the Restoration: Or, How to Stop Obscuring Early Women Writers136
Ch. 6Re-presenting the Body in Pamela II151
Ch. 7Fictions and Freedom: Wordsworth and the Ideology of Romanticism178
Ch. 8Beyond the Valley of Production; or, De factorum natura: A Dialogue198
Ch. 9Literary History as a Hybrid Genre216
Ch. 10Blackface, White Noise: The Jewish Jazz Singer Finds His Voice230
Ch. 11Black, White, and in Color, or Learning How to Paint: Toward an Intramural Protocol of Reading267
Ch. 12Exiling History: Hysterical Transgression in Historical Narrative292
Ch. 13Figures, Configurations, Transfigurations316
Index331

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