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Fall 2012



Fall 2012

Volume 63, Number 3


 

ESSAYS

 

Trophies, Traces, Relics, and Props: The Untimely Objects of Richard III

Abstract

Philip Schwyzer


 

Pageantry, Queens, and Housewives in the Two Texts of The Merry Wives of Windsor

Abstract

Elizabeth Zeman Kolkovich


 

A Second Opinion on Authorship Studies in the Early Twenty-First Century

Abstract

John Burrows


 

Passion Turned to Prettiness: Rhyme or Reason in Hamlet

Abstract

Katherine Attie


 

 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

David Bevington. Shakespeare and Biography.

Graham Holderness. Nine Lives of William Shakespeare.

Lois Potter

 

Ian Donaldson. Ben Jonson: A Life.

David Riggs

 

Gabriel Egan. The Struggle for Shakespeare’s Text: Twentieth-Century Editorial Theory and Practice.

Barbara Mowat

 

Lene B. Petersen. Shakespeare’s Errant Texts: Textual Form and Linguistic Style in Shakespearean “Bad” Quartos and Co-Authored Plays..

Emma Smith

 

Abigail Rokison. Shakespearean Verse Speaking: Text and Theatre Practice.

Mark Houlahan

 

Natasha Korda. Labor’s Lost: Women’s Work and the Early Modern English Stage.

Ann Christensen

 

Michael Dobson. Shakespeare and Amateur Performance: A Cultural History.

Peter Holland

 

Willy Maley and Margaret Tudeau-Clayton, eds. This England, That Shakespeare: New Angles on Englishness and the Bard.

Jean E. Feerick

 

Julia Lupton. Thinking with Shakespeare: Essays on Politics and Life.

Margreta De Grazia

 

Lina Perkins Wilder. Shakespeare’s Memory Theatre: Recollection, Properties, and Character.

Anita Gilman Sherman

 

Adam Max Cohen. M. G. Aune, Joshua B. Fisher, and Rebecca Steinberger, eds. Wonder in Shakespeare.

Sean Benson

 

 





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