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‘The Wine much better then the Bush’: Thomas Lodge’s address to the reader in The Countesse of Lincolnes Nurserie
chapterposted on 2018-09-17, 09:00 authored by Sara ReadSara Read
This chapter explores the link between the address to the reader by Thomas Lodge and the main text of The Countess of Lincoln's Nursery (1622). Thomas Lodge was a Catholic literature author turned medic and the Countess of Lincoln was a Puritan aristocrat and so the essay explores this apparently unlikely pairing in the light of other similar works and Lodge's own output.
- The Arts, English and Drama
- English and Drama
Published inExploring the Lives of Women, 1558-1837
Pages11 - 24 (13)
CitationREAD, S.L., 2018. ‘The Wine much better then the Bush’: Thomas Lodge’s address to the reader in The Countesse of Lincolnes Nurserie. IN: Duckling, L. ... et al (eds). Exploring the Lives of Women, 1558-1837. Barnsley: Pen and Sword, pp.11-24.
PublisherPen and Sword
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