Table of contents for New Turkes : dramatizing Islam and the Ottomans in early modern England / Matthew Dimmock.


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Contents
List of Illustrations	vi
Acknowledgements	vii
Introduction	1
1 The 'Turke' and 'Turkishness' in England, 
			1529-1571 						20
2 Receiving 'great affection' from 'the Turke': 
	Anglo-Ottoman relations and the stage	87
3 George Peele and English perspectives on 'Alcazar'	112
4 'Mighty hath God and Mahomet made thy hand': 
Tamburlaine and Islam	135
 5	'The troublers of all Christendome': Dramatizing 
the Ottomans in the 1590s	162
	Conclusion 'All our Nation that knowe Turkie': the Ottomans
	 and English culture	198
Bibliography	208
Index	237		




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: English literature Turkic influences, English drama Early modern and Elizabethan, 1500-1600 History and criticism, Turkey History Ottoman Empire, 1288-1918 Historiography, Islam and literature England History 16th century, Islam and literature England History 17th century, English drama 17th century History and criticism, Turkey Foreign public opinion, British, Turkey In literature, Muslims in literature, Islam in literature, Turks in literature