Table of contents for Rogues and early modern English culture / Craig Dionne and Steve Mentz, editors.


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Introduction: Rogues and Early Modern English Culture 
Part 1. Theories of the Rogue
Craig Dionne, Fashioning Outlaws: The Early Modern Rogue and Urban Culture 
Bryan Reynolds and Janna Segal, The Reckoning of Moll Cutpurse: A Transversal Enterprise
A. L. Beier, New Historicism, Historical Context, and the Literature of Roguery: The Case of
Thomas Harman Reopened
Appendix: The Case of Nicholas Jennings Alias Blunt Before London's Court of Alderman 13
January, 9 Elizabeth I (1567)
Martine van Elk, The Counterfeit Vagrant: The Dynamic of Deviance in the Bridewell Court
Records and the Literature of Roguery
Part 2. Marketplaces and Rogue Economics
Linda Woodbridge, The Peddler and the Pawn: Why Did Tudor England Consider Peddlers to Be
Rogues?
Karen Helfand Bix, "Masters of Their Occupation": Labor and Fellowship in the Cony-Catching
Pamphlets
Patricia Fumerton, Making Vagrancy (In)visible: The Economics of Disguise in Early Modern
Rogue Pamphlets
Part 3. Rogues and the Early Modern City 
Adam Hansen, Sin City and the "Urban Condom": Rogues, Writing, and the Early Modern Urban
Environment
Steve Mentz, Magic Books: Cony-Catching and the Romance of Early Modern London
Part 4. Typologies of the Rogue
Linda Bradley Salamon, Vagabond Veterans: The Roguish Company of Martin Guerre and
Henry V
Laurie Ellinghausen, Black Acts: Textual Labor and Commercial Deceit in Dekker's Lantern and
Candlelight
Brooke A. Stafford, Englishing the Rogue, "Translating" the Irish: Fantasies of Incorporation and
Early Modern English National Identity
Tina Kuhlisch, The Ambivalent Rogue: Moll Flanders as Modern Pícara
Afterword: Arthur F. Kinney, (Re)presenting the Early Modern Rogue
Contributors
Index \to come\
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: English literature Early modern, 1500-1700 History and criticism, Rogues and vagabonds in literature, Rogues and vagabonds England History 16th century, Rogues and vagabonds England History 17th century, Literature and society England History, Peddlers and peddling England History, Vagrancy England History, Outlaws England History, Vagrancy in literature, Outlaws in literature