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Spring 2008



Spring 2008

Volume 59, Number 1


 

ARTICLES

 

Shakespeare’s Richard II, the Play of 7 February 1601, and the Essex Rising Abstract
Paul E. J. Hammer
 
“Noises, / Sounds, and sweet airs”: The Burden of Shakespeare’s Tempest Abstract

Michael Neill
 
From Britannia to England: Cymbeline and the Beginning of Nations Abstract

Andrew Escobedo
 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

A. D. Nuttall. Shakespeare the Thinker.
R. A. Foakes

 

Michael Schoenfeldt, ed. A Companion to Shakespeare’s Sonnets.
John Roe

 

Robert A. Logan. Shakespeare’s Marlowe: The Influence of Christopher Marlowe on Shakespeare’s Artistry.
Goran V. Stanivukovic

 

Beatrice Groves. Texts and Traditions: Religion in Shakespeare 1592-1604.
Darryl J. Gless

 

David Hillman. Shakespeare’s Entrails: Beliefs, Skepticism and the Interior of the Body.
Ben Saunders

 

Todd H. J. Pettigrew. Shakespeare and the Practice of Physic: Medical Narratives on the Early Modern English Stage.
Barbara H. Traister

 

Alison Findlay. Playing Spaces in Early Women’s Drama.
C. E. McGee

 

Ian Munro. The Figure of the Crowd in Early Modern London: The City and Its Double.
James Kuzner

 

Tony Howard. Women as Hamlet: Performance and Interpretation in Theatre, Film and Fiction.
Lawrence Danson

 

Stuart Hampton-Reeves and Carol Chillington Rutter. Shakespeare in Performance: The “Henry VI” Plays.
Michael Manheim

 

Mark Thornton Burnett. Filming Shakespeare in the Global Marketplace.
Lisa S. Starks

 

Jane K. Brown. The Persistence of Allegory: Drama and Neoclassicism from Shakespeare to Wagner.
Alan C. Dessen



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