- Title Pages
- To Amy And To Hazel And Celia
- General Notes and Abbreviations
- Chapter One Context: Ralegh and Historical Culture
- Chapter Two Sources: From Scripture to the Stars in Early Modern Chronology
- Chapter Three Reading: Antiquarian Methods and Geographical Learning
- Chapter Four Narration: Providence and Human Movement
- Chapter Five Presentation: Political Practice and the Past
- Chapter Six Reception: The Afterlife of the <i>History of the World</i>
- Walter Ralegh's History of the World and the Historical Culture of the Late Renaissance
- University of Chicago Press
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