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Kastan, David S., 'Opening gates and stopping hedges: Grafton, Stow, and the politics of Elizabethan history writing', in Elizabeth Fowler and Roland Greene (eds), The Project of prose in Early Modern Europe and the New World (Cambridge, 1997), 66-79.

Keeler, Mary F., Bibliography of British History: Stuart Period, 1603-1714 (Oxford, 1970).

Keen, Maurice, 'The Influence of Wycliffe', in A. Kenny (ed.), Wycliffe and his Times (Oxford, 1986), 1-16.

Keep, David J., 'John Foxe's Last Word', in David Loades (ed.), John Foxe: An Historical Perspective (Aldershot, 1999), 94-104.

Kemp, J., Laurence Humphrey, Elizabethan Puritan: His Life and Political Theories. Unpublished PhD Thesis. (West Virginia University, 1978).

Kiesling, Johann Rudolf, Historia Concertationis Graecorum Latinorumque de Transsubstantiatione in Sacrae Eucharistiae Sacramento (1754).

Kingsford, C. L., Two London Chronicles from the Collections of John Stow (Camden Miscellany, London, 1910).

Kinder, A., 'Spanish Protestants and Foxe's book: Sources', Bibliothèque d'Humanisme et Renaissance, 60 :1 (1998), 107-16.

King, John N., English Reformation Literature: The Tudor Origins of the Protestant Tradition (Princeton, 1982).

King, John N., 'The Godly Woman in Elizabethan Iconography', Renaissance Quarterly, 38 (1985), 41-84.

King, John N., Tudor Royal Iconography: Literature and Art in an Age of Religious Crisis (Princeton, 1989).

King, John N., 'Anne Askew 1521-1546', Early Modern Englishwoman: A Facsimile Library of Essential Works, Part 1: Printed Writings 1555-1640, vol. 1, Anne Askew (Aldershot, 1996), preface.

King, John N., 'Fact and Fiction in Foxe's book of Martyrs', in David Loades (ed.), John Foxe and the English Reformation (Aldershot, 1997), 12-35

King, John N., 'Religious Dissidence in Foxe's book of Martyrs: Humanism or Heresy?', Religion and Literature, 32:2 (2000), 601-24.

King, John N., '"The Light of Printing": William Tyndale, John Foxe, John Day, and Early Modern Print Culture', Renaissance Quarterly, 54:1 (2001), 52-85.

King, John N., 'John Day: Master Printer of the English Reformation', in Peter Marshall and Alec Ryrie (eds), The Beginnings of English Protestantism (Cambridge, 2002), 180-208.

King, John N., 'The World of John Foxe: An Introduction', in Christopher Highley and John N. King (eds), John Foxe and his World (Aldershot, 2002), 1-9.

King, John N., 'John Foxe and Tudor Humanism', in Jonathan Woolfson (ed.), Reassessing Tudor Humanism (London, 2002), 174-85.

King, John N., 'Eighteenth-Century Folio Publication of Foxe's Book of Martyrs', Reformation, 10 (2005), 99-106.

King, John N., 'Guides to Reading Foxe's Book of Martyrs', The Huntington Library Quarterly, 68:1 (2005), 133-150.

King, John N., Foxe's Book of Martyrs and Early Modern Print Culture (Cambridge, 2006).

King, M. G. (ed.), Foxe's book of Martyrs (Old Tappan, 1968).

King, John, Maitland Not Authorised to Censure Milner (1835).

Kinney, Arthur F., Elizabethan Backgrounds: Historical Documents of the Age of Elizabeth I (2nd ed., Hamden, 1975).

Kennedy, John, Foxe's book of Martyrs (1840).

Kennedy, John, Foxe's book of Martyrs. Including 'The Life of John Foxe' Abridged from a Memoir in British Reformers [1860].

Kennet, White, Parochial Antiquities Attempted in the History of Ambrosden, Burcester, and other Adjacent Parts in the Counties of Oxford and Bucks (1818).

Ker, Nigel R., Catalogue of Manuscripts containing Anglo Saxon (Oxford, 1957).

Ketley, Joseph, The Two Liturgies Set Forth by Authority in the Reign of King Edward VI (1844).

Kitch, Malcolm J., Studies in Sussex Church History (London, 1981).

Klawiter, Frederick C., 'The Role of Martyrdom and Persecution in Developing the Priestly Authority of Women in Early Christianity: A Case Study of Montanism', Church History, 49 (1980), 251-61.

Knapp, James A., Illustrating the Past in Early Modern England: The Representation of History in Printed books (Aldershot, 2003).

Knapp, James A., The historical image: Writing and illustrating history in the age of Elizabeth I. Unpublished Ph.D. (University of Rochester, 1998)

Knappen, Marshall M., Tudor Puritanism: A Chapter in the History of Idealism (Chicago, London, 1939).

Knott, John R., 'John Foxe and the Joy of Suffering', Sixteenth Century Journal, 27 (1996), 721-34.

Knott, John R., Discourses of Martyrdom in English Literature 1563-1694 (Cambridge, 1993).

Knox, John, The Appellation of John Knox the Cruell and Most Iniust Sentence Pronounced against him by the False Bishoppes and Clergie of Scotland, with his supplication and exhortation to the Nobilitie, Estates, and Communalitie of the Same Realme (1558).

Knox, John, The First Blast of the Trumpet against the Monstrous Regiment of Women (1558).

Knox, Robert B., Reformation, Conformity and Dissent: Essays in Honour of Geoffrey Nuttall (London, 1977).

Koblyk, Liz, Certainties and doubts: Ways of knowing in early modern England, Unpublished Ph.D. (McMaster University, 2005).

Kolb, Robert, For All the Saints: Changing Perceptions of Martyrdom and Sainthood in the Lutheran Reformation (Macon, 1987).

Kromminga, Diedrich H., The Millennium in the Church: Studies in the History of Christian Chilliasm (Michigan, 1945).

Kunzle, David, The Early Comic Strips: Narrative Strips and Picture Stories in the European Broadsheet from c.1450 to 1825 (Berkeley, Lost Angeles, 1973).

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