Georgia Brown works on sixteenth and seventeenth century English literature. She is the author of Redefining Elizabethan Literature, and has published articles on Christopher Marlowe, Queen Elizabeth I, Renaissance translation, Spenser, Antony and Cleopatra, disgust as a theme in the drama of John Marston, Renaissance embroidery, attitudes to war in Ancient Greek texts and teaching Renaissance poetry. She is currently working on Shakespeare’s sonnets.
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