List of Illustrations Notes on Contributors Preface Acknowledgements Alienating Catholics in Early Modern England: Recusant Women, Jesuits, and Ideological Fantasies; A.F.Marotti Robert Persons and the Writer's Mission; R.Corthell Parasitic Geographies: Manifesting Catholic Identity in Early Modern England; J.Yates The Myth of Anti-Catholicism in Early Stuart England; A. Milton 'Out of her Ashes May a Second Phoenix Rise': James I and the Legacy of Elizabethan Anti-Catholicism; J. Watkins 'What's in a Name?': A Papist's Perception of Puritanism and Conformity in the Early Seventeenth Century; M.Questier and S.Healy Multiple Conversion and the Menippean Self: the Case of Richard Carpenter; A.Shell Milton's Paradise of Fools: Ecclesiastical Satire in Paradise Lost ; J.N.King 'The Wretched Subject the Whole Town Talks of': Representing Elizabeth Cellier (London, 1680); F.E.Dolan Index
Arthur F. Marotti has published two monographs - "John Donne, Coterie Poet" and "Manuscript, Print, and the English Renaissance Lyric".
RONALD CORTHELL Associate Professor of English at Kent State University FRANCIS DOLAN Associate Professor of English, Miami University of Ohio SIMON HEALY Research Fellow at The History of Parliament Trust. JOHN N. KING Professor of English, Ohio State University ANTHONY MILTON teaches in the Department of History at The University of Sheffield MICHAEL QUESTIER currently at the Westminster Diocesan Archive ALISON SHELL teaches English at the University of Durham JOHN WATKINS Associate Professor of English at the University of Minnesota JULIAN YATES Assistant Professor of English at The University of Delaware