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0521037387
Author:
Deanne Williams
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Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (May 21, 2007)
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Deanne Williams, York University, English Department, Faculty Member. Studies Shakespeare, History of Childhood and Youth, and Childhood studies. I am Associate Professor of English at York University in Toronto, Canada. I am the author of The French Fetish from Chaucer to Shakespeare (Cambridge, 2004), which won the Roland H. Bainton Prize for best book in literature from the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference.

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Tracing the cultural legacy of the Norman Conquest in England from 1350 to 1600, Deanne Williams demonstrates how English literature emerged out of a simultaneous engagement with, and resistance to, the presence of French language and culture in medieval and early modern England. Chapters on Chaucer, the Corpus Christi Plays, William Caxton, early Tudor poetry, and Shakespeare examine a variety of English responses to, and representations of, France and "the French".