Recipes for Authorship: Poetry, Plagiarism, and the Invention of the English Cookbook


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This monograph maps the connections between lyric poems and recipes in early modern England. I argue that culinary and medical recipe writing formed a chief model for poetic form and production for authors from Skelton through Milton, while recipe book authors developed new techniques for asserting individual authority in a genre formerly marked by anonymity.

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