TRUE RELATIONS: Reading, Literature, and Evidence in Seventeenth-Century England
Connects early modern debates about textual evidence to recent discussions of the value of seventeenth century texts as historical evidence. Dolan addresses the kinds of texts that circulated about three traumatic events--the Gunpowder Plot, witchcraft prosecutions, and the London Fire. Photos.
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