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0.23 Paul Alpers, Convening and Convention in Pastoral Poetry, New Literary History, 1983.
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0.19 Frank Whigham, Interpretation at Court: Courtesy and the Performer-Audience Dialectic, New Literary History, 1983.
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0.13 Pierre Saint-Amand Jennifer Curtiss Gage, Terrorizing Marie Antoinette, Critical Inquiry, 1994.
0.13 Paul Zumthor Edward Tomarken Annette Tomarken, The Great Game of Rhetoric, New Literary History, 1981.
0.12 Timothy Murray, From Foul Sheets to Legitimate Model: Antitheater Text Ben Jonson, New Literary History, 1983.
0.12 Laurence Lerner, Against Historicism, New Literary History, 1993.
0.12 Max W. Thomas, Eschewing Credit: Heywood Shakespeare and Plagiarism before Copyright, New Literary History, 2000.
0.12 David Quint, "Alexander the Pig": Shakespeare on History and Poetry, boundary 2, 1982.
0.12 Mark Roskill, Van Dyck at the English Court: The Relations of Portraiture and Allegory, Critical Inquiry, 1987.
0.12 Christopher Ricks, Lies, Critical Inquiry, 1975.
0.11 Herbert Blau, The Absolved Riddle: Sovereign Pleasure and the Baroque Subject in the Tragicomedies of John Fletcher, New Literary History, 1986.
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0.11 Richard Strier, Identity and Power in Tudor England: Stephen Greenblatt Renaissance Self-Fashioning from More to Shakespeare, boundary 2, 1982.
0.11 Meredith Skura, Commentary: Modern Suspicion and Renaissance Texts, New Literary History, 1983.
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0.11 David F. Hult, Words and Deeds: Jean de Meun's "Romance of the Rose" and the Hermeneutics of Censorship, New Literary History, 1997.
0.11 Carolyn Dinshaw, A Kiss Is Just a Kiss: Heterosexuality and Its Consolations in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Diacritics, 1994.
0.11 F. J. Warnke, Baroque Once More: Notes on a Literary Period, New Literary History, 1970.
0.11 Barry Weller, The Epic as Pastoral: Milton Marvell and the Plurality of Genre, New Literary History, 1999.
0.11 Stephen Orgel, The Poetics of Spectacle, New Literary History, 1971.
0.11 Richard Levin, Unthinkable Thoughts in the New Historicizing of English Renaissance Drama, New Literary History, 1990.
0.11 John M. Wallace, "Examples Are Best Precepts": Readers and Meanings in Seventeenth-Century Poetry, Critical Inquiry, 1974.
0.10 Paul Alpers, Renaissance Lyrics and Their Situations, New Literary History, 2007.