‘Rogues, devilry and strange wonders’: re-presenting early modernity in Neil Gaiman’s Marvel 1602

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Hitchcock, D. 2019. ‘Rogues, devilry and strange wonders’: re-presenting early modernity in Neil Gaiman’s Marvel 1602. in: Drawing the Past: Histories of the Pre-Modern World in Comics Chicago University Press.
AuthorsHitchcock, D.
Year2019
Book titleDrawing the Past: Histories of the Pre-Modern World in Comics
PublisherChicago University Press
Output statusIn press
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Deposited19 Feb 2019
Accepted05 Jan 2019
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