I am very grateful to my research assistant Claire Duncan for her help in gathering the archive of materials that formed the basis for this essay.
Recent Studies in the English Renaissance
Recent Studies of Mary Wroth†
ELR bibliographic essays are intended to contribute a topical review of research with a reasonably complete bibliography. Scholarship is organized by authors or titles of anonymous works. Items included represent combined entries listed in the annual bibliographies published by PMLA, YWES, and MHRA from 1971 through, in the present instance, 2013. The format used here is a modified version of that used in Recent Studies in English Renaissance Drama, ed. Terence P. Logan and Denzel S. Smith, 4 vols. (Univ. of Nebraska, 1973–1978).The ELR series is edited by Elizabeth H. Hageman, Professor of English-Emerita, University of New Hampshire
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English Literary Renaissance
Volume 44, Issue 2, pages 328–359, Spring 2014
How to Cite
Larson, K. R. (2014), Recent Studies of Mary Wroth. English Literary Renaissance, 44: 328–359. doi: 10.1111/1475-6757.12030
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