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Masters And Servants In English Renaissance Drama And Culture: Authority And Obedience (Early Modern Literature in History)

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Drawing upon archival material as well as the drama, popular verse and pamphlets, this book reads representations of masters and servants in relation to key Renaissance preoccupations. Apprentices, journeymen, male domestic servants, maidservants and stewards, Burnett argues, were deployed in literary texts to address questions about the exercise of power, social change ...more
Hardcover, 225 pages
Published October 27th 1997 by Palgrave MacMillan
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Seems in some places to cite lots of very specific documents in archives. Air of retraceable steps not usually in books from the literary angle.
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