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Winter 2009



Winter 2009

Volume 60, Number 4


 

ARTICLES

 

Harry and Amurath Abstract

Benedict S. Robinson

 

POSITIONS

 

"To throw out our eyes for brave Othello": Shakespeare and Aesthetic Ideology Abstract

Christopher Pye

 

Theory "After Theory": Christopher Pye’s Reading of Othello Abstract

Hugh Grady

 

Shakespeare’s Citizen-Subject: Distracting the Gaze, Contracting the City. A Response to Christopher Pye Abstract

Julia Reinhard Lupton

 

NOTE

 

William Shakespeare, "Our Roscius" Abstract

Alan H. Nelson and Paul H. Altrocchi

 

SHAKESPEARE PERFORMED

 

Speaking with the Dead: The RSC History Cycle, 2007-8 Abstract

Lois Potter

 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

Lukas Erne, ed.The First Quarto of Romeo and Juliet.

Jay L. Halio

 

Stanley Wells, ed.Shakespeare Found! A Life Portrait at Last: Portraits, Poet, Patron, Poems.

Robert Bearman

 

David Bevington.Shakespeare's Ideas: More Things in Heaven and Earth.

Jonathan Bate.Soul of the Age: A Biography of the Mind of William Shakespeare.

R. A. Foakes

 

Brian Vickers.Shakespeare, "A Lover's Complaint," and John Davies of Hereford.

John Jowett

 

Patrick Cheney, ed.The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare's Poetry.

Colin Burrow

 

Michael Witmore.Shakespearean Metaphysics.

Andrew Cutrofello

 

Alan Stewart.Shakespeare's Letters.

Juliet Fleming

 

Raphael Lyne.Shakespeare's Late Work.

Christopher J. Cobb.The Staging of Romance in Late Shakespeare: Text and Theatrical Technique.

David McCandless

 

Bruce R. Smith.The Key of Green: Passion and Perception in Renaissance Culture.

F. Elizabeth Hart

 

Sean Keilen.Vulgar Eloquence: On the Renaissance Invention of English Literature.

Robert Matz

 

Terence G. Schoone-Jongen.Shakespeare's Companies: William Shakespeare's Early Career and the Acting Companies, 1577-1594.

Barbara D. Palmer

 

Robert Weimann and Douglas Bruster.Shakespeare and the Power of Performance: Stage and Page in the Elizabethan Theatre.

Robert Hornback

 

John Russell Brown, ed.The Routledge Companion to Directors' Shakespeare.

Christie Carson and Farah Karim-Cooper, eds.Shakespeare's Globe: A Theatrical Experiment.

Paul Menzer

 

Emma French.Selling Shakespeare to Hollywood: The Marketing of Filmed Shakespeare Adaptations from 1989 into the New Millennium.

Laurie E. Osborne

 

James C. Bulman, ed.Shakespeare Re-Dressed: Cross-Gender Casting in Contemporary Performance.

Frank Occhiogrosso, ed.Shakespearean Performance: New Studies.

David Roberts

 



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