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Full Access "I goe outlandishe lyke, yet being Englishe borne": Catholic England, the Ottoman Empire, Venice and Fragile Identities in George Gascoigne's A Devise of a Maske for the Right Honorable Viscount Montacute

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"I goe outlandishe lyke, yet being Englishe borne": Catholic England, the Ottoman Empire, Venice and Fragile Identities in George Gascoigne's A Devise of a Maske for the Right Honorable Viscount Montacute

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