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Winter 2010

Winter 2010

Volume 61, Number 4




What’s So Special about 1594?


Roslyn L. Knutson


Venues on the Verges: London’s Theater Government between 1594 and 1614.


Andrew Gurr


The Meaning of Success: Stories of 1594 and its Aftermath


Holger Schott Syme


Staging on the Road, 1586–1594: A New Look at Some Old Assumptions


Leslie Thomson


Johannes fac Totum’?: Shakespeare’s First Contact with the Acting Companies


Bart van Es




Gary Logan. The Eloquent Shakespeare: A Pronouncing Dictionary for the Complete Dramatic Works with Notes to Untie the Modern Tongue.

Katharine A. Craik


John Jowett. Shakespeare and Text.

Andrew Murphy


Paul Yachnin and Jessica Slights, ed. Shakespeare and Character: Theory, History, Performance and Theatrical Persons.

Christy Desmet


David Bevington. This Wide and Universal Theater: Shakepeare in Performance, Then and Now.

John Ripley


Helen Ostovich, Holger Schott Syme, and Andrew Griffin. Locating the Queen's Men, 1583-1603: Material Practices and Conditions of Playing.

Sally-Beth MacLean


Tiffany Stern. Documents of Performance in Early Modern England.

C. E. McGee


Robert Hornback. The English Clown Tradition from the Middle Ages to Shakespeare.

Grace Tiffany


Michelle M. Dowd. Women's Work in Early Modern English Literature and Culture.

Judith Weil. Service and Dependency in Shakespeare's Plays.

Pamela Allen Brown


Tom Rutter. Work and Play on the Shakespearean Stage.

Michelle M. Dowd


Jyotsna G. Singh, ed. A Companion to the Global Renaissance: English Literature and the Culture in the Era of Expansion.

Natasha Distiller


Barbara Sebek and Stephen Deng, eds. Global Traffic: Discourses and Practices of Trade in English Literature and Culture from 1550 to 1700.

Linda Woodbridge


Valerie Forman. Tragicomic Redemptions: Global Economics and the Early Modern English Stage.

Aaron Kitch



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