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Responding to recent historical analyses of post-Reformation English Catholicism, the nine essays in this collection by literary scholars and historians focus on polemical, devotional, political, and literary texts that dramatize the conflicts between context-sensitive Catholic and anti-Catholic discourses in early modern England. They foreground some major literary authors and canonical texts, but also examine non-canonical literature as well as other writings that embody ideological fantasies that connect the political and religious discourses of the time with their literary manifestations.
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Arthur F. Marotti is Professor of English at Wayne State University in Detroit.
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