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Summer 2011



Summer 2011

Volume 62, Number 2


 

POSITIONS

 

Against Survival: Queerness in a Time That’s Out of Joint

Abstract

Lee Edelman


 

Forget Hamlet

Abstract

Carla Freccero


 

Hamlet Without Us

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Kathryn Schwarz

 

ARTICLES

 

All at Sea about Hamlet at Sea

Abstract

Bernice W. Kliman


 

Fellow Students: Hamlet, Horatio, and the Early Modern University

Abstract

Elizabeth Hanson


 

‘Caviare to the general’?: Taste, Hearing, and Genre in Hamlet

Abstract

Allison Kay Deutermann


 

 

Cluster: Just Horatio

 

How Is Horatio Just? How Just Is Horatio?

Abstract

Lars Engle


 

Reading Horatio

Abstract

Jonathan Crewe


 

Two Lines, Three Readers: Hamlet, TLN 1904–5

Abstract

Karen Newman


 

 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

Bernice W. Kliman and Larry Magnus, eds. The New Kittredge Shakespeare The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.

Sarah Hatchuel, ed. The New Kittredge Shakespeare Julius Caesar.

Kenneth S. Rothwell, ed. The New Kittredge Shakespeare The Merchant of Venice.

Sarah Hatchuel, ed. The New Kittredge Shakespeare The Tragedy of Antony and Cleopatra.

Barry Gaines

 

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

Robert Bearman

 

Penny Gay. The Cambridge Introduction to Shakespeare's Comedies.

William Dodd

 

Richard Meek, Jane Rickard, and Richard Wilson, eds. Shakespeare's Book: Essays in Reading, Writing, and Reception.

James Kearney

 

Anita Gilman Sherman. Skepticism and Memory in Shakespeare and Donne.

David Hillman

 

Thomas Hallock, Ivo Kamps, and Karen L. Raber, eds. Early Modern Ecostudies: From the Florentine Codex to Shakespeare.

Lara Bovilsky

 

Peter Sabor and Paul Yachnin, eds. Shakespeare and the Eighteenth Century.

John D. Staines

 

Christy Desmet and Anne Williams, eds. Shakespearean Gothic.

Catherine Belsey

 

Dirk Delabastita, Jozef de Vos, and Paul Franssen, eds. Shakespeare and European Politics.

Anston Bosman

 

 





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