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Fall 2009

Fall 2009

Volume 60, Number 3




Shakespearean Heritage and the Preposterous "Contemporary Jacobean" Film: Mike Figgis's Hotel Abstract

Pascale Aebischer

Buckingham Does the Globe: Henry VIII and the Politics of Popularity in the 1620s Abstract

Thomas Cogswell and Peter Lake

Making Shakespeare's Books: Assembly and Intertextuality in the Archives Abstract

Jeffrey Todd Knight




Yet Another "New" Shakespeare Image Abstract

Jackson C. Boswell




Shakespeare and Middleton at the RSC and in London, 2008 Abstract

Jeremy Lopez




Keir Elam, ed. The Arden Shakespeare Twelfth Night, or What You Will.

Ann C. Christensen


Judith H. Anderson.Reading the Allegorical Intertext: Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton.

Andrew Escobedo


Ayanna Thompson.Performing Race and Torture on the Early Modern Stage.

Lara Bovilsky.Barbarous Play: Race on the English Renaissance Stage.

Ian Smith


Lisa Hopkins.The Cultural Uses of the Caesars on the English Renaissance Stage.

Sara Munson Deats


Paul Yachnin and Patricia Badir, eds.Shakespeare and the Cultures of Performance.

Lawrence Danson


Laurie Maguire, ed.How to Do Things With Shakespeare: New Approaches, New Essays.

Bruce Boehrer


Velma Bourgeois Richmond.Shakespeare as Children's Literature: Edwardian Retellings in Words and Pictures.

Susan Allen Ford


Russell Jackson.Shakespeare Films in the Making: Vision, Production and Reception.

Courtney Lehmann


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