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A distinctive study of how sixteenth- and seventeenth-century writers--mainly Sidney, Spenser, Shakespeare, Wroth, and Cavendish--used erotic desire, masochism, and cross-gender identification to explore the origins and limits of political allegiance; thereby offering new perspectives on histories of gender, sexuality, politics, and literature during the period.

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