Royal Subjects

Publisher : Wayne State University Press

ISBN-13 : 9780814328774

Page : 543 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 774 voters

Sixteen leading scholars explore the richness of King James's work from a variety of perspectives, and in so doing seek to establish monarchic writing as an important genre in its own right.

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