'A rich set of essays on the English rhetorical and ideological construction of the Mediterranean world, this collection usefully expands both the critical archive and the scholarly conversation.' - Barbara Fuchs, Professor of Romance Languages and Comparative, University of Pennsylvania
Remapping the Mediterranean World in Early Modern English Writingsby Goran V. Stanivukovic
The essays in this volume explore the Mediterranean both as a physical and cultural space, and as a conceptual notion that challenges the boundaries between East and West. It emphasizes the Ottoman Mediterranean, by exploring a variety of literary and non-literary texts produced between the Sixteenth and Eighteenth centuries.
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Goran V. Stanivukovic is Lecturer in Shakespeare and Early Modern Literature at the University of Sheffield. He is the editor of Emanuel Ford: Ornatus and Artesia (2003), Ovid and the Renaissance Body (2001), and co-editor, with Constance C. Relihan, of Prose Fiction and Early Modern Sexualities in England, 1570-1640) (Palgrave, 2003).
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