Book Notices

September 2011
Sixteenth Century Journal;Fall2011, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p761
Academic Journal
A bibliography on the subject of 16th century history is presented which includes the books "The Foreign Relations of Elizabeth I," edited by Charles Beem, "Studies in Renaissance Humanities and Politics," by Robert Black, and "Ecocritical Shakespeare," by Lynne Bruckner and Dan Brayton.


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