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Contents List of Illustrations 000 Foreword 000 Ton Hoenselaars Introduction 000 Arthur F. Kinney Utopia's First Readers 000 Arthur F. Kinney Taking More Seriously: Humanism, Cultural Criticism, and the Possibility of a Past 000 Andrew D. Weiner Thomas More at Epigrams: Humanism or Humanisms? 000 Elizabeth McCutcheon Melanchthon, Latomus, Ramus: Teachers of Careful Reading 000 Kees Meerhoff Christian Humanism in John Rolland's Court Of Venus 000 Roderick J. Lyall In Praise of Dancing: A Paradoxical Encomium by Hendrik Laurensz. Spiegel (1549-1612) 000 Marijke Spies Early Texts of Donne's "Goodfriday, 1613. Riding Westward": Manuscripts and Their Omissions; and the Provenance of the Earliest Translation, by Constantijn Huygens (1633) 000 Richard Todd Sidney's Critique of Humanism in the New Arcadia 000 Donald Stump Shakespeare, Henri IV, and the Tyranny of Royal Style 000 Victor Skretkowicz Bacon's Spenser 000 W. A. Sessions Humanism in Hard Times: The Second Earl of Leicester (1595-1677) and His Commonplace Books, 1630-60 000 Germaine Warkentin Making World War with Literature 000 John Neubauer Recycling the Renaissance in World War II: E. W. & M. M. Robson Review Laurence Olivier's Henry V 000 Ton Hoenselaars Of Music and Silence: The Harmonies of Thomas Whythorne and Rose Tremain 000 Helen Wilcox Dominic Baker-Smith: A Bibliography 000 List of Contributors 000 Index 000
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