Recovering Disability in Early Modern England
Subjects (LCSH):English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism
People with disabilities in literature
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Introduction : ethical staring : disabling the English Renaissance / Allison P. Hobgood and David Houston Wood -- Dwarf aesthetics in Spenser's Faerie queene and the early modern court / Sara van den Berg -- Maternal culpability in fetal defects : Aphra Behn's satiric interrogations of medical models / Emily Bowles -- Disability humor and the meanings of impairment in early modern England / David M. Turner -- Antic dispositions : mental and intellectual disabilities in early modern revenge tragedy / Lindsey Row-Heyveld -- Disabling allegories in Edmund Spenser's Faerie queene / Rachel E. Hile -- Performing blindness : representing disability in early modern popular performance and print / Simone Chess -- "There is no suff'ring due" : metatheatricality and disability drag in Volpone / Lauren Coker -- Richard recast : Renaissance disability in a postcommunist culture / Marcela Kostihová -- The Book of common prayer, theory of mind, and autism in early modern England / Mardy Philippian, Jr -- Freedom and (dis)ability in early modern political thought / Nancy Hirschmann -- Coda : Shakespearean disability pedagogy / Allison P. Hobgood and David Houston Wood.
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