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FA-51782-05
Manuscript Anthologizing of Poetry in Early Modern England
Arthur Marotti, Wayne State University

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Neighborhood, Social Networks, and the Making of a Family's Manuscript Poetry Collection: The Case of British Library MS Additional 25707 (Book Section)
Title: Neighborhood, Social Networks, and the Making of a Family's Manuscript Poetry Collection: The Case of British Library MS Additional 25707
Author: Arthur F. Marotti
Editor: Peter Hinds
Editor: James Daybell
Abstract: This chapter discusses the Skipwith family manuscript poetry collection--a document often used by editors of John Donne's poetry. It considers the social and political contexts of its compilation over several decades of the early seventeenth century.
Year: 2010
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Book Title: Material Readings of Early Modern Culture, 1580-1700

Chaloner Chute's Poetical Anthology (British Library, Additional MS 33998) as a Cosmopolitan Collection (Article)
Title: Chaloner Chute's Poetical Anthology (British Library, Additional MS 33998) as a Cosmopolitan Collection
Author: Arthur F. Marotti
Abstract: This article examines a professionally transcribed poetry anthology belonging to Chaloner Chute, a politically active early Stuart figure who functioned both in London legal circles and in provincial gentry society.
Year: 2011
Format: Other
Periodical Title: English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700 16 (2011): 112-40
Publisher: British Library

Manuscript Circulation of Poetry (Book Section)
Title: Manuscript Circulation of Poetry
Author: Arthur F. Marotti
Editor: Michael Hattaway
Abstract: This book chapter discusses the manuscript circulation of poetry in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England, examining the different contexts of its production and reception, the different collecting practices, and the contrast of the manuscript system of literary transmission with that of print.
Year: 2010
Publisher: Blackwell
Book Title: A New Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture, 2 vols.

Manuscript Circulation (Book Section)
Title: Manuscript Circulation
Author: Laura Estill
Author: Arthur F. Marotti
Editor: Arthur Kinney
Abstract: This book chapter discusses the appearance of Shakespeare's poetry and excerpts from his plays in seventeenth-century manuscripts. The poetry is dissociated from Shakespeare's name and made to appear as expressions of conventional wisdom and the play excerpts are largely valued as sententiae.
Year: 2011
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Book Title: The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare

Rare or Unique Poems in British Library MS Sloane 1446 (Book Section)
Title: Rare or Unique Poems in British Library MS Sloane 1446
Author: Arthur F. Marotti
Editor: S. P. Cerasano and Steven W. May
Abstract: This essay examines a seventeenth-century Christ Church, Oxford poetry anthology and highlights the presence of apparently unique copies of poems contained in it.
Year: 2013
Publisher: British Library
Book Title: In the Prayse of Writing, Early Modern Manuscript Studies: Essays in Honour of Peter Beal
ISBN: 978-0-7123-585

’Rolling Archetypes’: Christ Church, Oxford Poetry Collections, and the Proliferation of Manuscript Verse Anthologies in Caroline England (Article)
Title: ’Rolling Archetypes’: Christ Church, Oxford Poetry Collections, and the Proliferation of Manuscript Verse Anthologies in Caroline England
Author: Arthur F. Marotti
Abstract: This essay examines a group of manuscript poetical anthologies associated with Christ Church, Oxford, highlighting the overlap of their contents, the preoccupations of the compilers, and the combination of both local and national materials in them.
Year: 2014
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: English Literary Renaissance
Publisher: Brill

Literary Coteries, Communities, and Networks: The Circulation of Verse at the Inns of Court and in London in Early Stuart England (Book Section)
Title: Literary Coteries, Communities, and Networks: The Circulation of Verse at the Inns of Court and in London in Early Stuart England
Author: Arthur F. Marotti
Editor: Hanna Crumme
Abstract: This essay examines a group of manuscript poetical anthologies in the light of the social and literary networks of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth-century Inns of Court, considering the poetry collected as part of the personal and political connections of the authors represented in them.
Year: 2016
Publisher: Palgrave/Macmillan
Book Title: Re-evaluating the Literary Coterie

Neighborhood, Social Networks, and the Making of a Family’s Manuscript Poetry Collection: The Case of British Library MS Additional 25707 (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Neighborhood, Social Networks, and the Making of a Family’s Manuscript Poetry Collection: The Case of British Library MS Additional 25707
Author: Arthur F. Marotti
Abstract: See the abstract of the article resulting from this.
Date: 4/11/2008
Conference Name: Material Readings in Early Modern Culture, 1580-1700 (University of Plymouth, UK)

Chaloner Chute’s Poetical Anthology (BL MS Additional 33998) as a Cosmopolitan Early-Stuart Collection (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Chaloner Chute’s Poetical Anthology (BL MS Additional 33998) as a Cosmopolitan Early-Stuart Collection
Author: Arthur F. Marotti
Abstract: See the description of the article resulting from this.
Date: 7/4/2008
Conference Name: Manuscripts and Miscellaneity, c. 1450-1720 (Cambridge University)

’Rolling Archetypes’: Christ Church, Oxford Poetry Collections and Their Dissemination into Wider Literary Circulation, (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: ’Rolling Archetypes’: Christ Church, Oxford Poetry Collections and Their Dissemination into Wider Literary Circulation,
Author: Arthur F. Marotti
Abstract: See the description of the article resulting from this.
Date: 3/9/2009
Conference Name: Renaissance Society of America Convention


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