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Spring 2010



Spring 2010

Volume 61, Number 1


 

ARTICLES

 

Shakespeare’s Sad Tale for Winter: Hamlet and the Tradition of Fireside Ghost Stories Abstract

Catherine Belsey

 

A Tale of Three Hamlets or Repetition and Revenge Abstract

Marjorie Garber

 

Questions of Identity in Renaissance Drama: New Historicism Meets Old Philology Abstract

Sylvia Adamson


 

 

NEWS FROM NEW WORLDS: THE TEMPEST RECONSIDERED

 

Rorschach Tempest or The Tempest of William S. Performed by Flies on the Erection of a Dreaming Hyena Abstract

Teddy Jefferson

 

Cape of Storms: The Baxter Theatre Center-RSC Tempest, 2009 Abstract

Anston Bosman


 

 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

Paul Innes.Class and Society in Shakespeare: A Dictionary.

Crystal Bartolovich

 

Eric S. Mallin.Godless Shakespeare.

Douglas Bruster.To Be or Not To Be.

Philip Davis.Shakespeare Thinking.

Amy Scott-Douglass.Shakespeare Inside: The Bard Behind Bars.

Jesse M. Lander

 

Chris Laoutaris.Shakespearean Maternities: Crises of Conception in Early Modern England.

Mary Ellen Lamb

 

David Mann.Shakespeare's Women: Performance and Conception.

Phyllis Rackin

 

John Klause.Shakespeare, the Earl, and the Jesuit.

F. W. Brownlow

 

Catherine Grace Canino.Shakespeare and the Nobility: The Negotiation of Lineage.

Paul E. J. Hammer

 

Paula Blank.Shakespeare and the Mismeasure of Renaissance Man.

Joshua Scodel

 

Patricia A. Cahill.Unto the Breach: Martial Formations, Historical Trauma, and the Early Modern Stage.

Heather Hirschfeld

 

Vanessa Cunningham.Shakespeare and Garrick.

Stuart Sherman

 

Richard Fotheringham, Christa Jansohn, and R. S. White, eds.Shakespeare's World / World Shakespeares: The Selected Proceedings of the International Shakespeare Association World Congress, Brisbane, 2006.

Joan Ozark Holmer

 



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