- List of Illustrations
- Abbreviations and Conventions
- List of Contributors
- Prologue: The Travails of Tudor Literature
- Caxton and the Invention of Printing
- Dramatic Theory and Lucres' ‘Discretion’: The Plays of Henry Medwall
- Stephen Hawes and Courtly Education
- Having The Last Word: Manuscript, Print, and The Envoy in the Poetry of John Skelton
- All For Love: Lord Berners and the Enduring, Evolving Romance
- Thomas More, William Tyndale, and The Printing of Religious Propaganda
- Rhetoric, Conscience, and The Playful Positions of Sir Thomas More
- John Bale and Controversy: Readers and Audiences
- Sir Thomas Elyot and the Bonds of Community
- John Heywood and Court Drama
- Thomas Wyatt and Francis Bryan: Plainness and Dissimulation
- Piety and Poetry: English Psalms from Miles Coverdale to Mary Sidney
- Katherine Parr and Her Circle
- John Leland and His Heirs: The Topography of England
- Biblical Allusion and Argument in Luke Shepherd's Verse Satires
- Reforming the Reformers: Robert Crowley and Nicholas Udall
- William Baldwin and the Tudor Imagination
- Directions for English: Thomas Wilson's Art of Rhetoric, George Puttenham's Art of English Poesy, and the Search for Vernacular Eloquence
- Order and Disorder: John Proctor's History of Wyatt's Rebellion (1554)
- Marian Political Allegory: John Heywood's the Spider and the Fly
- Hall's chronicle and the Mirror for Magistrates: History and the Tragic Pattern
- A Place in the Shade: George Cavendish and De Casibus Tragedy
- What is My Nation? Language, Verse, and Politics in Tudor Translations of Virgil's <i>Aeneid</i>
- Thomas Hoby, William Thomas, and Mid-Tudor Travel to Italy
- Popularizing Courtly Poetry: Tottel's Miscellany And Its Progeny
- Minerva's Men: Horizontal Nationhood and the Literary Production of Googe, Turbervile, and Gascoigne
- ‘For This is True or Els i do Lye’: Thomas Smith, William Bullein, and Mid-Tudor Dialogue
- English Seneca: Heywood to Hamlet
- Political Tragedy in the 1560s: Cambises and Gorboduc
- John Foxe's Acts and Monuments: 1563–1583 Antiquity and the Affect of History
- Tragical Histories, Tragical Tales
- Foresters, Ploughmen, and Shepherds: Versions of Tudor Pastoral
- Interludes, Economics, and The Elizabethan Stage
- Ovidian Reflections in Gascoigne's <i>Steel Glass</i>
- The Art of War: Martial Poetics from Henry Howard to Philip Sidney
- Thomas Whithorne and First-Person Life-Writing in the Sixteenth Century
- Pageants and Propaganda: Robert Langham's Letter and George Gascoigne's Princely Pleasures at Kenilworth
- Sir Philip Sidney and the <i>Arcadias</i>
- Gabriel Harvey's Choleric Writing
- The Intimacy of Manuscript and the Pleasure of Print: Literary Culture from the Schoolmaster to Euphues
- Revenge and Romance: George Pettie's Palace of Pleasure and Robert Greene's Pandosto
- Christopher Marlowe's <i>Doctor Faustus</i> and Nathaniel Woodes's <i>The Conflict of Conscience</i>
- Fictive Acts: Thomas Nashe and the Mid-Tudor Legacy
- ‘Hear My Tale or Kiss My Tail!’ <i>The Old Wife's Tale, Gammer Gurton's Needle</i>, and the Popular Cultures of Tudor Comedy
- Epilogue: Edmund Spenser and the Passing of Tudor Literature
- Acknqwledgements of Squrces
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