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Expanding the scholarly conversation about Renaissance anonymity and attribution studies, this collection explores the phenomenon of anonymous publication in all its variety of methods and genres. The volume opens with essays investigating particular English texts and the inflection each genre gives to the issue of nameless authoring. Later chapters consider more abstract consequences of anonymity, including its function in destabilizing scholarly assumptions about authorship; its ethical ramifications; and its relationship to attribution studies.

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