Sovereignty and intelligence : spying and court culture in the English Renaissance /
This book uncovers a culture of courtly surveillance, secrecy, and espionage in an era generally regarded, since Foucault, as characterized by the association of sovereignty with public display. Examining the centrality of espionage in the careers and works of Michel de Montaigne, Sir Philip Sidney,...
|Published:||Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1993.|
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