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Number of items: 13.

2013

Thorne, Alison (2013) Narratives of female suffering in the petitionary literature of Civil War period and its aftermath. Literature Compass, 10 (2). pp. 134-145. ISSN 1741-4113

Thorne, Alison; (2013) Female captivity and the rhetoric of supplication : the cases of Lady Arbella Stuart and Lady Mary Grey. In: Women and letters in early modern britain. UNSPECIFIED. (In Press)

Thorne, Alison (2013) Narratives of female suffering in the petitionary literature of the Civil War period and its aftermath. Literature Compass. (In Press)

Thorne, Alison; Gallagher, Laura and Brownlee, Victoria, eds. (2013) The politics of female supplication in the book of Esther. In: Biblical women and early modern literary culture. Palgrave. (In Press)

2012

Thorne, Alison (2012) Female captivity and the rhetoric of supplication : the cases of Lady Mary Grey and Lady Arabella Stuart. Lives and Letters, 4 (1). pp. 152-171. ISSN 2040-4395

2010

Thorne, Alison; Maley, Willy and Tudeau-Clayton, Margaret, eds. (2010) "O lawful let it be / That I have room ... to curse a while" : voicing the nation's conscience in female complaint in Richard III, King John and Henry VIII. In: This England, That Shakespeare. Ashgate, pp. 105-126. ISBN 978-0-7546-6602-8

2008

Thorne, Alison (2008) ‘Large complaints in little papers’ : negotiating Ovidian genealogies of complaint in Drayton's Englands Heroicall Epistles. Renaissance Studies, 22 (3). pp. 368-384. ISSN 0269-1213

Thorne, Alison (2008) A ciceronian sunburn: A tudor dialogue on humanistic rhetoric and civic poetics. [Review]

2006

Thorne, Alison (2006) Women's petitionary letters and early seventeenth-century treason trials. Women's Writing, 13 (1). pp. 21-37. ISSN 0969-9082

2004

Thorne, Alison; Hampton-Reeves, Stuart, ed. (2004) There is a history in all men's lives. In: Shakespeare's Histories and Counter Histories. Manchester University Press, UK, p. 20.

2002

Thorne, Alison; Barroll, Leeds, ed. (2002) Henry V and the politics of the English history play. In: Shakespeare Studies. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, p. 25. ISBN 0838639623

Thorne, Alison (2002) Shakespeare's romances. New casebooks . Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.. ISBN 033367975X

Thorne, A. (2002) Awake remembrance of these valiant dead : Henry V and the politics of the English history play. Shakespeare Studies, 30.

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