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Bertram, Benjamin. The Time Is Out of Joint: Skepticism in Shakespeare's England. Newark: U of Delaware P, 2004.
Contents: Acknowledgments. Introduction. (Chapter)1: "'The spirit of blindness and error dooth seduce them": The Skepticism of Reginald Scot. (Chapter) 2: "The Mayster of all essentiall and true knowldege": Thomas Harriot in the New World. (Chapter) 3: "Religion hides many things from suspicion": Christopher Marlowe's Skepticism. (Chapter) 4: "And that's true too": Skepticism in King Lear and Timon of Athens. Conclusion. Notes. Bibliography. Index.
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