Books Received 2010

April 2011
Seventeenth Century;Spring2011, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p181
Academic Journal
A bibliography is presented of books received by the journal including "Plain Ugly: The Unattractive Body in Early Modern Culture" by Naomi Baker, "Impostures in Early Modern England: Representations and Perceptions of Fraudulent Identities" by Tobias B. Hug, and "Diversity and Difference in Early Modern London" by Jacob Selwood.


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