Introduction: Religious Translation in Early Modern England
Private Spheres: Margaret Roper, Mary Basset, and Catholic Identity
Royal Propaganda: Mary Tudor, Elizabeth Tudor, and the Edwardian Reformation
Princely Counsel: Mary Sidney Herbert, Elizabeth I, and International Protestantism
Anonymous Representatives: Mary Percy, Potentiana Deacon, and Monastic Spirituality
Conclusion: Authority and Authorship in Early Modern England
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