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Winter 2008



Winter 2008

Volume 59, Number 4


 

ARTICLES

 

The First Literary Hamlet and the Commonplacing of Professional PlaysAbstract

Zachary Lesser and Peter Stallybrass
 
"O teach me how to make mine own excuse": Forensice Performance in LucreceAbstract

William P. Weaver

 
Eclipse of Action: Hamlet and the Political Economy of PlayingAbstract

Richard Halpern
 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

Jonathan Bate and Eric Rasmussen, eds.The RSC Shakespeare. William Shakespeare Complete Works.

Anthony B. Dawson

 

Katherine Duncan-Jones and H. R. Woudhuysen, eds. The Arden Shakespeare. Shakespeare's Poems.

Heather Dubrow

 

Dympna Callaghan.Shakespeare's Sonnets.

Jyotsna G. Singh

 

Robert L. Montgomery. The Perfect Ceremony of Love's Rite: Shakespeare's Sonnets and "A Lover's Complaint."

Anne Lake Prescott

 

Penelope Freedman. Power and Passion in Shakespeare's Pronouns:"Interrogating "You" and "Thou."

Jonathan Hope

 

Ira Clark. Rhetorical Readings, Dark Comedies, and Shakespeare's Problem Plays.

Bruce Danner

 

Peter Holland, ed. Shakespeare, Memory, and Performance.

Alexander C. Y. Huang

 

Tzachi Zamir. Double Vision: Moral Philosophy and Shakespearean Drama.

Richard Strier

 

David N. Beauregard. Catholic Theology in Shakespeare's Plays.

Hannibal Hamlin

 

Ellen Spolsky. Word vs Image: Cognitive Hunger in Shakespeare's England.

Bruce R. Smith

 

Stephen O'Neill. Staging Ireland: Representations in Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama.

Jean Feerick

 

Mary Ellen Lamb. The Popular Culture of Shakespeare, Spenser, and Jonson.

Skiles Howard

 

Michael Witmore. Pretty Creatures: Children and Fiction in the English Renaissance.

Gina Bloom

 

Richard Wilson. Shakespeare in French Theory: King of Shadows.

David Hawkes

 

Stephen Cohen. Shakespeare and Historical Formalism.

Scott L. Newstok



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