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Fall 2008



Fall 2008

Volume 59, Number 3


 

ARTICLES

 

Shakespeare and William Strachey’s True Reportory: A Closer Look at the Evidence Abstract

Alden T. Vaughan
 
Shakespeare and Impure Aesthetics: The Case of A Midsummer Night’s DreamAbstract

Hugh Grady

 
Hamlet at Ground Zero: The Wooster Group and the Archive of PerformanceAbstract

W. B. Worthen
 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

Robert Kean Turner and Virginia Westling Haas, eds, with Robert A. Jones, Andrew J. Sabol, and Patricia E. Tatspaugh. A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: “The Winter’s Tale”.

Deborah T. Curren-Aquino

 

Sonia Massai. Shakespeare and the Rise of the Editor.

Paul Werstine

 

Hildegard Hammerschmidt-Hummel. Alan Bance, trans. The Life and Times of William Shakespeare, 1564-1616.

Robert Bearman

 

Robert Shaughnessy, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare and Popular Culture.

Denise A. Walen

 

Russ McDonald. Shakespeare’s Late Style.

Gordon McMullan

 

Marvin W. Hunt. Looking for Hamlet.

Frank Nicholas Clary

 

William Poole and Richard Scholar, eds. Thinking with Shakespeare: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Essays.

Paul Cefalu

 

Farah Karim-Cooper. Cosmetics in Shakespearean and Renaissance Drama.

Annette Drew-Bear

 

Diana E. Henderson. Collaborations with the Past: Reshaping Shakespeare across Time and Media.

Sharon O’Dair

 

Ayanna Thompson, ed. Colorblind Shakespeare: New Perspectives on Race and Performance.

Ian Smith

 

William L. Pressly. The Artist as Original Genius: Shakespeare’s “Fine Frenzy” in Late-Eighteenth-Century British Art.

Stuart Sillars

 

Zdenek Stribrny. Lois Potter, ed. The Whirligig of Time: Essays on Shakespeare and Czechoslovakia.

Christa Jansohn

 

Don Weingust. Acting from Shakespeare’s First Folio: Theory, Text, and Performance.

Michael D. Friedman

 



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