Enclosure acts: sexuality, property, and culture in early modern England
This collection of essays, by theorists and scholars representing a wide range of critical orientations, focuses not only on land enclosure as a historical fact, but also on the symbolic containment of sexuality in Elizabethan and Jacobean literature.
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