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Sabine Baltes-Ellermann

speculation about risqué innuendo in any of the quoted references. 6 Joan Thirsk, Food in Early Modern England: Phases, Fads, Fashions, 1500-1760 (London: Hambledon Continuum, 2007), p. xv. The author adds that “contemporary literature conveys a strong impression that we have lost some of the sensitivity to

“To Meddle with Matters of State”

Ratschlag und Kritik in politischen Predigten in England, 1660–1685

Christoph Ketterer

: The Political Bible in Early Modern England. In: Journal of the History of Ideas 72.4 (2011), S. 549–70. 35 Vgl. Metzger (s. Anm. 33), S. 419 f. 36 “[W]hen upon the Kings incouragements the Levites had once taught that good Knowledge, then upon such Counsel, such direction as this, then

Das Drama der ablaufenden Frist

Zur Genealogie von Schuld und Schulden im europäischen Bühnenmelodram

Stefanie Retzlaff

England , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999; Amanda Bailey, Of Bondage. Debt, Property and Personhood in Early Modern England , Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013. 11 Vgl. The Arden Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice . Hg. von John Drakakis, London/New York: Bloomsbury, 2010

Moyra Haslett

Barnaby” (the tune for Song 14), though the English collector Joseph Ritson records the lyrics in his 1802 collection, The North County Chorister . 18 See Simpson, The British Broadside Ballad , p. 565, and Christopher Marsh, Music and Society in Early Modern England (Cambridge: Cambridge University

Florian Zemmin

-Manār 8 (1905): 771–83, here 778/22.
 54  Phil Withington, Society in Early Modern England: The Vernacular Origins of Some Powerful Ideas (Cambridge/Malden: Polity, 2010), 12, 105.
 55  For the increasing attendance of Egyptian charitable associations, which are more commonly named jamʿiyya rather

Peter Wagner

background, with respect to giants, see Daniel Woolf, “Of Danes and Giants: Popular Beliefs about the Past in Early Modern England,” Dalhousie Review , 71 (1991), 166-209. Woolf’s discussion of popular beliefs about giants in early modern England can also be applied to dwarfs or pygmies. Focusing on the

Raimund Ottow

Dokumentiert in: Elton (wie Anm. 10), Nr. 197. 62 Siehe P. White, The ‘Via Media’ in the Early Stuart Church (1993), Neudruck in: M. Todd (Hg.), Reformation to Revolution. Politics and Religion in Early Modern England, London/NY 1995, S. 78-94. 63 Siehe zu Verbindungen: J. E. A.Dawson, Anglo

Rebecca Ferguson

world infecteth, farre and nigh, / Like the Cerastes , threatning speedy death, / If unawares we come within her breath.” For a full discussion of these two prints, see Helen Pierce, Unseemly Pictures: Graphic Satire and Politics in Early Modern England (New Haven and London: Yale University Press