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Brill's studies in intellectual history ; v. 209.
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Introduction: The 'other' England: Ottoman influence on English identity Captivity, apostasy, and imperial anxieties: English fantasies and fears of the Ottoman influence Arabic castaways in the high and low churches: debating English Protestantism in the seventeenth-century Ibn Tufayl translations The Ottoman influence in Robinson Crusoe: failures of English imperial identity Race and romance: Othello, Oroonoko and the decline of the Ottoman influence "I am not what I am": reimagining Shakespeare's Moor of Venice, 1603-1787 Oriental princes and noble slaves: romance models of race in Oroonoko, 1688-1788 Conclusion: The continued anxieties of empire: after the Ottoman influence.