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2010, Literary and scientific cultures of early modernity, ISBN 0754669939, 217
... in the hysterical diseases of women. Kaara L. Peterson assembles a fascinating collection of medical materials to support her discussion of contemporary debates about varieties of uterine pathologies and the implications of these debates... 
Medicine | Women patients | Medicine in literature | English literature | Literature and medicine | History | History and criticism | Hysteria in literature | History of Medicine | Literature & Gender Studies | Early Modern/Renaissance Literature | Shakespeare | Theatre & Performance Studies | English literature-Early modern, 1500-1700-History and criticism | 16th century | England | Early modern, 1500-1700 | 17th century
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2012, Reproducing Shakespeare, ISBN 9780230116900, viii, 262
"The Afterlife of Ophelia presents Ophelia in a broader and more comprehensive range of contexts than previous scholarship and forges connections among fields... 
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Hamlet | Ophelia (Fictitious character) | Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 CharactersOphelia | Renaissance & Early Modern | Literature | Drama | Shakespeare | 1564-1616 | Hamlet | Ophelia | Shakespeare, William | Characters
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04/2016, ISBN 0754669939, 230
... in the hysterical diseases of women. Kaara L. Peterson assembles a fascinating collection of medical materials to support her discussion of contemporary debates about varieties of uterine pathologies and the implications of these debates... 
History of Medicine | Literature & Gender Studies | Renaissance Literature | Shakespeare | Early Modern | Theatre & Performance Studies
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Shakespeare studies (Columbia), ISSN 0582-9399, 2004, Volume 32, pp. 240 - 266
.... Female revivification cases center on female hysterics whose uterine maladies - usually displaced wombs - create symptoms that cause others to believe they are dead. Kaara L... 
Shakespeare, William (English playwright) | Shakespeare, William | Literary criticism | Death & dying | Folk medicine | Theater criticism | Webster, John (1580-1625) | Females | Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
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Renaissance quarterly, ISSN 0034-4338, 09/2015, Volume 68, Issue 3, pp. 840 - 871
...Elizabeth I’s Virginity and the Body of Evidence: Jonson’s Notorious Crux KAARA L. PETERSON, Miami University of Ohio In a famous, frequently quoted statement... 
Studies | Queens | Gossip | Ulcers | Rumors | Hymen | Virginity | Anatomy | Blood | Symptoms | Diseases | MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE STUDIES | Gynaecology | Crux | Anatomical Imagery | Authors | Jonson, Ben | English Literature | Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603 | Seventeenth Century | 1600-1699 | prose | English literature | Elizabeth I, Queen of England | human body | virginity | History | Social aspects | Works
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2012, 1st ed., Reproducing Shakespeare: new studies in adaptation and appropriation, ISBN 0230116906
"The Afterlife of Ophelia presents Ophelia in a broader and more comprehensive range of contexts than previous scholarship and forges connections among fields... 
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 CharactersOphelia | Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Hamlet | Ophelia (Fictitious character)
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English literary renaissance, ISSN 0013-8312, 01/2018, Volume 48, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 40
This essay offers an account of how Queen Elizabeth I’s material virginal body was perceived by early modern culture, beginning with a discussion of her... 
LITERATURE, BRITISH ISLES | QUEEN | MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE STUDIES | 1500-1599 | visual culture | purity | English literature | Elizabeth I, Queen of England | virginity | female body | melancholy
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2012, ISBN 9781137016461
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Prose studies, ISSN 0144-0357, 12/2012, Volume 34, Issue 3, pp. 245 - 248
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Renaissance quarterly, ISSN 0034-4338, 2010, Volume 63, Issue 1, pp. 312 - 313
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Shakespeare quarterly, ISSN 0037-3222, 03/2006, Volume 57, Issue 1, p. 1
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