Pt. I. Personal Politics -- 1. The culture of early Stuart libelling -- 2. Contesting identities: libels and the early Stuart politician -- Pt. II. Public Politics -- 3. Freeing the tongue and the heart: satire and the political subject -- 4. Discourses of discrimination: political satire in the 1620s -- Pt. III. The Politics of Division -- 5. Satire and sycophancy: Richard Corbett and early Stuart royalism -- 6. Stigmatizing Prynne: puritanism and politics in the 1630s -- Epilogue: early Stuart satire and the Civil War.
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