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Alison Thorne

. Navigating this vast archive presents the reader with a formidable challenge. Yet everything we know about early modern exegetical practices suggests that contemporary readers would have been deeply versed in Scripture and highly attuned to the recurrence of certain themes, typological parallels and topical allusions. As William Slights notes, ‘just as there are no politically

in Biblical women in early modern literary culture 1550–1700