Renaissance Essays: Anthony Munday

These essays are not intended to replace library research. They are here to
show you what others think about a given subject, and to perhaps spark an
interest or an idea in you. To take one of these essays, copy it, and to pass
it off as your own is known as plagiarism—academic dishonesty which will
result (in every university I've heard tell of) in suspension or dismissal from
the university. Not only are your professors as technology savvy as you are,
they will not tolerate theft of another's intellectual efforts.

Anthony Munday =Student Essay
Dissertation: Earning a Living as an Author in Early Modern England: The Case of Anthony Munday - Gerald D. George
Dissertation: "Falling to a devilish exercise": Magic and Spectacle on the Renaissance Stage - Shayne Confer
To kindle an industrious desire": The Poetry of Work in Lord Mayors' Shows - Kara Northway
Stuart Civic Pageants and Textual Performance - David M. Bergeron
"I desyre to be paid": Interpreting the Language of Remuneration in Early Modern Dramatic Archives - Kara Northway
Thomas Middleton and Anthony Munday: Artistic Rivalry? - David M. Bergeron
Metropolitan Resurrection in Anthony Munday's Lord Mayor's Shows - Daryl W. Palmer
'The Cittie is in an uproare': Staging London in The Booke of Sir Thomas More - Tracey Hill emls
Ballads and brags: free speech and recusant culture in Elizabethan England - Phebe Jensen
"Introduction" from Hamilton's Anthony Munday and the Catholics (2005) - Ashgate Pub
A Reattribution of "The Paine of Pleasure" - Sarah Smith
Was Munday the Author of Sir Thomas More? - Thomas Merriam [.pdf]
Patriotism and Social Tension in Elizabethan Domestic Drama - Dr. William R. Dynes
"Translated out of Italian." From Pasqualigo to Munday: Rewriting
                    Italian Comedy in Elizabethan England - Renata Oggero [.pdf]

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