BtR's Best Book Award
|We've been a little delinquent with our reading group -- supposedly one of our regular activities here at Blogging the Renaissance -- because, frankly, it's a lot of work. You can see our detailed comments on the one book we have actually managed to read if you click on the link to Debora Shuger's Political Theologies on the right-hand sidebar. You may also note that it has been some time since we did that.|
We will do it again; we're talking about doing it again; it's imminent. However, in the meantime, we've decided to foist the work off onto you, our dedicated readers, while we try to pull ourselves together.
We'd like you to tell us what you think is the best book of Renaissance criticism you've read in the last year. The book doesn't have to be published in the last year; we just want to know what you're reading and what you think about it.
So, if there's a book that you read recently that impressed you, tell us -- briefly, informally, or in more depth, if you feel like it.
Maybe in the future we'll do a worst-book write-in. After we've all got tenure. Or didn't get tenure and no longer care.