Shakespeare Studies, Volume 30

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Leeds Barroll, Susan Zimmerman
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 2002 - 352 pages
Shakespeare Studies is an international volume published every year in hardcover, containing more than three hundred pages of essays and studies by critics from both hemispheres.
 

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Contents

Foreword
9
Contributors
11
Introduction
23
Readers Evidence and Interdisciplinarity
26
The Construction of Texts
31
Afterlife
36
The Promise of History
43
Atomic Shakespeare
47
Catholicism Gender and SeventeenthCentury Print Culture
224
Female Authority and Literary Experiment in Spenser Shakespeare and Milton
228
Representation Race and Empire in Renaissance England
232
English Renaissance Examples
234
Death and Remembrance in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe
242
Shakespeares Noise
247
Caravaggio Marlowe and Bacon
254
Marx Keynes and the Language of Reenchantment
258

Introduction
55
HyperRevels in Cyberspace
62
Four Playhouses and the Bear Garden
74
Early London Pageantry and Theater History Firsts
84
John Brayne and His Other BrotherinLaw
93
Domestical Matters
99
Sir John Astley and Court Culture
106
Two Playhouses Both Alike in Dignity
111
The Case of Aaron and Martin
118
Some Recent Dramatic Manuscript Studies
128
Counterfeit Sovereigns The Crisis of Value in 1 Henry IV
137
Henry V and the Politics of the English History Play
162
Cultural Alliances and National Identity in Cymbeline
188
A Feminist Companion to Shakespeare
219
English Drama in the Sixteenth Century
220
Home State and History in Early Modern European Drama and Painting
271
The Tempest and Its Travels
282
Renaissance Clothing and the Materials of Memory
284
Shakespeare after Theory
288
NationalImperial ReVisions of Race Rape and Sacrifice
294
Figuring Caregiving in the Early Modern Period
300
Material London ca 1600
304
Shakespeare the Subject and Early Modern Culture
309
Fictions of Agency Renaissance to Modern
313
Critical Essays
318
Works and Days of Simon Forman
326
Drama and the Law in Early Modern England
333
Lanyer A Renaissance Woman Poet
337
Index
341
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