Early Modern Literary Studies 14.1/Special Issue 18
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Edited by Stephen Hamrick
- Introduction: ‘Thus Much I Adventure to Deliver to You’: the Fortunes of George Gascoigne  Stephen Hamrick, Minnesota State University, Moorhead.
- Self-portraits and Self-presentation in the Work of George Gascoigne.  Gillian Austen, University of Bristol.
- ‘If the head be evill the body cannot be good’: Legitimate Rebellion in Gascoigne and Kinwelmershe’s Jocasta.  Allyna E. Ward, University of Newcastle upon Tyne.
- ‘Nedelesse Singularitie’: George Gascoigne’s Strategies for Preserving Lyric Delight.  Matthew Zarnowiecki, Auburn University.
- The fruits of war: The voice of the soldier in Gascoigne, Rich, and Churchyard.  Elizabeth Heale, University of Reading.
- “A true Copie”: Gascoigne’s Princely Pleasures and the textual representation of courtly performance.  Susan Anderson, University of Leeds.
- Gascoigne’s Globe: The Spoyle of Antwerpe and the Black Legend of Spain.  Linda Bradley Salamon, George Washington University.
- ‘Lyke Chaucers boye’: Poetry and Penitence in Gascoigne’s Grief of Joye.  Kevin Laam, Oakland University.
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2008-, Matthew Steggle (Editor, EMLS).