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Part I - Generic Transitions

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 January 2019

Kristen Poole
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University of Delaware
Lauren Shohet
Affiliation:
Villanova University, Pennsylvania
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  • Generic Transitions
  • Edited by Kristen Poole, University of Delaware, Lauren Shohet, Villanova University, Pennsylvania
  • Book: Gathering Force: Early Modern British Literature in Transition, 1557–1623
  • Online publication: 12 January 2019
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  • Generic Transitions
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  • Online publication: 12 January 2019
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  • Generic Transitions
  • Edited by Kristen Poole, University of Delaware, Lauren Shohet, Villanova University, Pennsylvania
  • Book: Gathering Force: Early Modern British Literature in Transition, 1557–1623
  • Online publication: 12 January 2019
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