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Includes bibliographical references (pages -348) and index.
The moral self: Dürer & Montaigne -- The reformed conscience: Thomas More -- The writer as martyr: Cranmer & Foxe -- Public oaths & private selves: More, Foxe & Shakespeare -- Soliloquy & secularization: Shakespeare -- Hamlet's luck: Shakespeare & the Renaissance Bible -- Freedom, suicide & selfhood: Montaigne, Shakespeare, Donne -- Soft selves: Adam, Eve, & the art of embodiment: Dürer to Milton.