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Introduction Part I. Of Landlords and Kings: The Landscapes of Estate and Nation: 1. Arden lay murdered in that plot of ground: surveying, land and Arden of Faversham 2. Strange metamorphoses: landscape and the nation in Woodstock 3. Reading Shakespeare's maps Part II. Where All Roads Lead: Land, Travel, and Identity: 4. Civilizing Wales: Cymbeline, roads and the landscapes of early modern Britain 5. Knowing one's place: the highway, the estate, and A Jovial Crew Part III. London under Fire: Landscape, Space, and the Representation of Revolt: 6. The beleaguered city: guild culture and urban space in Heywood's I Edward IV and Shakespeare's 2 Henry VI Notes Index.