The rhetoric of courtship in Elizabethan language and literature /
In the sixteenth century the modern meaning of courtship--'wooing someone'--developed from an older sense-- 'being at court'. The rhetoric of courtship in Elizabethan language and literature takes this semantic shift as the starting-point for an incisive account of the practice a...
|Published:||Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1992.|
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