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Summer 2009



Summer 2009

Volume 60, Number 2


ARTICLES

 

Dating As You Like It, Epilogues and Prayers, and the Problems of “As the Dial Hand Tells O’er” Abstract

Michael Hattaway

 

Dame Usury: Gender, Credit, and (Ac)counting in the Sonnets and The Merchant of Venice Abstract

Natasha Korda

 

Poor, Bare, Forked: Animal Sovereignty, Human Negative Exceptionalism, and the Natural History of King Lear Abstract

Laurie Shannon

 

SHAKESPEARE PERFORMED

 

“What revels are in hand?”: A Change of Direction at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival of Canada Abstract

Peter Parolin

 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

Anthony B. Dawson and Gretchen E. Minton, eds. The Arden Shakespeare Timon of Athens.

MacDonald P. Jackson

 

David Schalkwyk. Shakespeare, Love and Service.

Mark Thornton Burnett

 

William Slights. The Heart in the Age of Shakespeare.

Robert Erickson

 

Kathryn M. Moncrief and Kathryn R. McPherson, eds. Performing Maternity in Early Modern England.

Mary Beth Rose

 

Bernadette Andrea. Women and Islam in Early Modern English Literature.

Linda McJannet

 

Kathryn Prince. Shakespeare in the Victorian Periodicals.

Heather McPherson

 

Diana E. Henderson. Alternative Shakespeares 3.

Dan Brayton

 

Andrew G. Bonnell. Shylock in Germany. Antisemitism and the German Theatre from the Enlightenment to the Nazis.

Peter W. Marx

 



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