Judith H. Anderson (NHC Fellow, 1995–96)
Translations: The Limits of Metaphor in Early Modern England
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Fellowship Work Summary, 1995–96
Judith H. Anderson completed the final editing of her books Words That Matter and Spenser's Life and the Subject of Biography, both to be published in 1996. She wrote an article on "Biography" for Tudor England: An Encyclopedia as well as two essays that will ultimately be incorporated in her next book, on historicized metaphor—"Translating Investments" and "Better a mischief than an inconvenience: 'The saiying self,' or How Many Meanings Can Stand on the Head of a Proverb?"