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This bibliography of the book titled The Heavenly Court contains a list of classical sources and modern sources. The chapters in this book explore moments of profound intellectual, artistic, and geographical continuity which challenge preconceptions of the Renaissance. Examining themes such as Shakespearian tragedy, Michelangelos mythologies, Johannes Tinctoris view of music, the advent of printing, Burgundian book collections, and Bohemian renovatio, the book casts a revealing new light on the Renaissance.

Keywords: Renaissance; Shakespearian tragedy; The Heavenly Court



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