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    A. Marotti
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Frequency of nominalization in Early Modern English medical writing. This module will explore a number of the key dramatic texts from the early modern period of the English theatre, focussing on themes of power, gender and theatricality.

Frequency of nominalization in Early Modern English medical writing. The plays will be examined. in their cultural, historical and theatrical contexts, and in terms of their meaning in performance, both past and present.

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Alienating Catholics in Early Modern England: Recusant Women, Jesuits and Ideological Fantasies. Bibliographic Information. Catholicism and Anti-Catholicism in Early Modern English Texts. Early Modern Literature in History.

Arthur f. marotti, ED. Catholicism and Anti-Catholicism in Early Modem English Texts. Basingstoke/New York: Macmillan Press/St. Martin's Press, 1999. Pp. xviii + 266, preface, index. This first and last essays, by Marotti and Frances E. Dolan respectively, neatly complement each other: the former analyses the depiction of sixteenth-century recusant women (and Jesuits), the later the self-presentation in print of Elizabeth Cellier, the "Popish Midwife" implicated in the 1679 "Meal Tub plot," and her vilification by her enemies.

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Recent papers in Early Modern English Catholicism. As Peter Lake, Anthony Milton and Francis Dolan have shown, anti-Catholicism was a form of othering in early modern England – a means of defining the positive values and traits of a given religious al group by pronounced and persistent attention to its ‘popish’ inverse.

The Catholic Church has been criticised in fiction, such as literature, film and television. Polemics have also been written on the Church and its practices. Some examples are the anti-Catholic stereotypes that filled Gothic fiction of Anglican England, the films of Luis Buñuel who had his issues with the Church in Spain, the humor of some US television pundits like Rosie O'Donnell, and the rhetoric of some fundamentalist preachers

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Responding to recent historical analyses of Post-Reformation English Catholicism, the essays in this collection by both literary scholars and historians focus on polemical, devotional, political, and literary texts that dramatize the conflicts between context-sensitive Catholic and anti-Catholic discourses in early modern England. They foreground some major literary authors and canonical texts, but also examine non-canonical literature as well as other writings that embody ideological fantasies connecting the political and religious discourses of the time with their literary manifestations.