Table of contents for Archaeologies of English Renaissance literature / Philip Schwyzer.

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List of Illustrations xii
Introduction 1
1. Intimate Disciplines: Archaeology, Literary Criticism, and the
Traces of the Dead 17
2. Exhumation and Ethnic Conflict: Colonial Archaeology from
St Erkenwald to Spenser in Ireland 36
3. Dissolving Images: Monastic Ruins in Elizabethan Poetry 72
4. Charnel Knowledge Open Graves in Shakespeare and Donne 108
5. `Mummy is Become Merchandise': Cannibals and
Commodities in the Seventeenth Century 151
6. Readers of the Lost Urns: Desire and Disintegration in
Thomas Browne's Urn-Burial 175
Bibliography 205
Index 223

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism.
Archaeology in literature.
Dead in literature.
Ruins in literature.
Antiquities in literature.