Table of contents for Writing Russia in the age of Shakespeare / Daryl W. Palmer.


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Contents
Preface		vii
Acknowledgements	xxi
Chronology	xxiii
List of Illustrations	xxv
Note on the Texts	xxvii
1	Inventing the Venture: 
England and Russia at Mid-century	1
2	Ivan IV, Elizabeth I, and the 
Dispatch of Anthony Jenkinson	43
3	Writing the Envoy: 
William Shakespeare's Love's Labor's Lost 
	and the Reasons Against Reading	67
4	Writing Large: 
The Case of Jerome Horsey, Individualist	93
5	Writing Ardor: 
The Submissions of Giles Fletcher	125
6	'With the Emperor of Russia': 
Subjection and Withdrawal in 
	William Shakespeare's Measure for Measure	151
7	Imperial Tyranny and the Daughter's Seclusion
in William Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale	175
8	The King's Men's Version of Muscovy: 
	John Fletcher's The Loyal Subject	199
Epilogue
	Knowledge, Permutation, and 
	John Tradescant's Roses	229
Bibliography	233
Index		247




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: English literature Russian influences, English literature Early modern, 1500-1700 History and criticism, Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Knowledge Russia, Public opinion England History 16th century, Public opinion England History 17th century, Russia Foreign public opinion, British, Great Britain Relations Russia, Russia Relations Great Britain, Russia In literature