THE CULT OF ELIZABETH AND ITS TEXTUALITY traces the chronological development of the textual image of Elizabeth from the first days on the throne to the last years of the Queen and succeeds in revealing a compelling progress in the development of linguistic, ornamental, symbolic and inter-textual links.
Dr. Boris Drenkov is the author of THE CULT OF ELIZABETH AND ITS TEXTUALITY. He did his doctoral research at Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich. He taught English literature, literary and art theory at the Universities of Munich and Siegen in Germany as well as in other academic institutions across Europe and the US. He has published extensively on Renaissance culture and history, translation and art theory. He is currently a lecturer in visual and textual cultures at Sofia University.