Articles William Shakespeare

"Treason doth never Prosper": "The Tempest" and the Discourse of Treason

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 1-28

'Treason doth never prosper' ': The Tempest and the Discourse CURT BREIGHT Eightyeight yere, wee in Gods...

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Latinized Greek Drama in Shakespeare's Writing of "Hamlet"

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 29-48

Latinized Greek Drama in Shakespeare's Writing of Hamlet LOUISE SCHLEINER WHEN CLASSICISTS SUCH AS MURRAY, KITTO,...

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A Second Look at Critical Bibliography and the Acting of Plays

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 87-96

A Second Look at Critical Bibliography and the Acting of Plays MARION TROUSDALE THE PRINCIPLES OF CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY...

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Narratives about Printed Shakespeare Texts: "Foul Papers" and "Bad" Quartos

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 65-86

Narratives About Printed Shakespeare Texts: "Foul Papers" and "Bad' ' Quartos PAUL WERSTINE THE...

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Othello Furens

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 49-64

Othello Furens ROBERT S. MIOLA FOR A LONG TIME LITERARY CRITICS HAVE SUBSCRIBED to a traditional understanding of...

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"King Lear" and the Politics of Teaching Shakespeare

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 139-146

King Lear and the Politics of Teaching Shakespeare ANN THOMPSON THE COVER ILLUSTRATION ON THE PREVIOUS ISSUE of...

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Pedagogy, Psychoanalysis, Theatre: Interrogating the Scene of Learning

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 174-186

Pedagogy, Psychoanalysis, Theatre: Interrogating the Scene of Learning BARBARA FREEDMAN Rabbi, why do you always answer...

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"An Incarnational Art": Teaching Shakespeare

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 147-159

"An Incarnational Art" : Teaching Shakespeare EDWARD L. ROCKLIN REVIEWING CHARLES FREY'S NEW BOOK,...

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Teaching Differences

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 160-173

Teaching Differences EDWARD PECHTER Kent. 1'11 teach you differences. (King Lear, 1.4.90) WHERE I TEACH,THE BOOK...

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Teaching Paradoxes: Shakespeare and the Enhancement of Audience Skills

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 222-229

Teaching Paradoxes: Shakespeare and the Enhancement of Audience Skills JAMES HIRSH THERE ARE CONCEIVABLY AS MANY WAYS...

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The Jailer's Daughter and the Politics of Madwomen's Language

Vol.46,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 277-300

The Jailer's Daughter and the Politics ofMadwomen's Language THE JAILER'S DAUGHTER IN SHAKESPEARE AND...

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"An Essence that's Not Seen": The Primal Scene of Racism in Othello

Vol.44,
No.3,
(1993),
pp 304-324

"An essence that's not seen": The Primal Scene of Racism in Othello SHORTLY AFTER IAGO CONVINCES OTHELLO...

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Helena's Bed-trick: Gender and Performance in All's Well That Ends Well

Vol.45,
No.4,
(1994),
pp 449-468

Helena's Bed-trick: Gender and Performancein All's Well That Ends Well THE STARTING POINT FOR THIS ESSAY IS...

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Scolding Brides and Bridling Scolds: Taming the Woman's Unruly Member

Vol.42,
No.2,
(1991),
pp 179-213

Scolding Brides and Bridling Scolds:Taming the Woman's Unruly Member FOR FEMINIST SCHOLARS, THE IRREPLACEABLE VALUE...

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"The Gnawing Vulture": Revenge, Trauma Theory, and "Titus Andronicus"

Vol.53,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 21-52

lIThe gnawing vulture": Revenge, Trauma Theory, and Titus Andronicus DEBORAH WILLIS HE DRAMATIC RISE IN FAVOR of...

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Historica Passio: Early Modern Medicine, King Lear, and Editorial Practice

Vol.57,
No.1,
(2006),
pp 1-22

Historica Passio: Early Modern Medicine, King Lear, and Editorial Practice KAARA L. PETERSON O, how this mother swells...

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The Fertile Eunuch: Twelfth Night, Early Modern Intercourse, and the Fruits of Castration

Vol.47,
No.1,
(1996),
pp 1-36

The Fertile Eunuch: Twelfth Night, EarlyModern Intercourse, and the Fruitsof Castration THIS ESSAY IS LIKE HAMLET'S...

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"Narcissus in thy Face": Roman Desire and the Difference it Fakes in Antony and Cleopatra

Vol.45,
No.4,
(1994),
pp 408-425

"Narcissus in thy face": Roman Desire and the Difference it Fakes in Antony and Cleopatra But what if the...

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Coriolanus: Body Politic and Private Parts

Vol.41,
No.4,
(1990),
pp 455-469

Coriolanus: Body Politic and Private Parts ZVI JAGENDORF POLITICAL THINKING AND, CONSEQUENTLY, WRITING ABOUT politics...

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Turning Turk in Othello: The Conversion and Damnation of the Moor

Vol.48,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 145-176

Turning Turk in Othello: The Conversion andDamnation of the Moor Are we turned Turks, and to ourselves do that Which...

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English Epicures and Scottish Witches

Vol.57,
No.2,
(2006),
pp 131-161

English Epicures and Scottish Witches MARY FLOYD-WILSON ORTIFIED BY THE WITCHES’ PROPHECIES IN ACT 5, Macbeth...

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The Tragedians of the City? Q1 Hamlet and the Settlements of the 1590s

Vol.57,
No.2,
(2006),
pp 162-182

The Tragedians of the City? Q1 Hamlet and the Settlements of the 1590s PAUL MENZER HE TITLE PAGE TO THE 1603 QUARTO of...

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“‘What is thy body but a swallowing grave . . . ?’”: Desire Underground in Titus Andronicus

Vol.57,
No.1,
(2006),
pp 23-44

“‘What is thy body but a swallowing grave . . . ?’”: Desire Underground in Titus Andronicus...

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Historica Passio: Early Modern Medicine, King Lear, and Editorial Practice

Vol.57,
No.1,
(2006),
pp 1-22

Historica Passio: Early Modern Medicine, King Lear, and Editorial Practice KAARA L. PETERSON O, how this mother swells...

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“‘Read it in me’”: The Author’s Will in Lucrece

Vol.57,
No.1,
(2006),
pp 45-70

“‘Read it in me’”: The Author’s Will in Lucrece AMY GREENSTADT N THE MIDDLE OF...

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Squashing the “shard-borne Beetle” Crux: A Hard Case with a Few Pat Readings

Vol.56,
No.4,
(2005),
pp 434-446

Squashing the “shard-borne Beetle” Crux: A Hard Case with a Few Pat Readings TIMOTHY BILLINGS CHOLARS OF...

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John Shakespeare: A Papist or Just Penniless?

Vol.56,
No.4,
(2005),
pp 411-433

John Shakespeare: A Papist or Just Penniless? ROBERT BEARMAN ILLIAM SHAKESPEARE’S RELIGIOUS BELIEFS have long...

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Sociology and Soundscape: Herbert Beerbohm Tree’s 1908 Merchant of Venice

Vol.56,
No.4,
(2005),
pp 385-410

Sociology and Soundscape: Herbert Beerbohm Tree’s 1908 Merchant of Venice JOHN RIPLEY ERBERT BEERBOHM TREE’...

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The Geography of Henslowe’s Diary

Vol.56,
No.3,
(2005),
pp 328-353

The Geography of Henslowe’s Diary S. P. CERASANO ISTORIANS OF CARTOGRAPHY STUDY MAPS as a means to explore the...

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“The Perfection of Ten”: Populuxe Art and Artisanal Value in Troilus and Cressida

Vol.56,
No.3,
(2005),
pp 306-327

“The Perfection of Ten”: Populuxe Art and Artisanal Value in Troilus and Cressida PAUL YACHNIN They say...

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"Treason doth never Prosper": "The Tempest" and the Discourse of Treason

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 1-28

'Treason doth never prosper' ': The Tempest and the Discourse CURT BREIGHT Eightyeight yere, wee in Gods...

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Latinized Greek Drama in Shakespeare's Writing of "Hamlet"

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 29-48

Latinized Greek Drama in Shakespeare's Writing of Hamlet LOUISE SCHLEINER WHEN CLASSICISTS SUCH AS MURRAY, KITTO,...

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A Second Look at Critical Bibliography and the Acting of Plays

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 87-96

A Second Look at Critical Bibliography and the Acting of Plays MARION TROUSDALE THE PRINCIPLES OF CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY...

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Narratives about Printed Shakespeare Texts: "Foul Papers" and "Bad" Quartos

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 65-86

Narratives About Printed Shakespeare Texts: "Foul Papers" and "Bad' ' Quartos PAUL WERSTINE THE...

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Othello Furens

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 49-64

Othello Furens ROBERT S. MIOLA FOR A LONG TIME LITERARY CRITICS HAVE SUBSCRIBED to a traditional understanding of...

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"King Lear" and the Politics of Teaching Shakespeare

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 139-146

King Lear and the Politics of Teaching Shakespeare ANN THOMPSON THE COVER ILLUSTRATION ON THE PREVIOUS ISSUE of...

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Pedagogy, Psychoanalysis, Theatre: Interrogating the Scene of Learning

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 174-186

Pedagogy, Psychoanalysis, Theatre: Interrogating the Scene of Learning BARBARA FREEDMAN Rabbi, why do you always answer...

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"An Incarnational Art": Teaching Shakespeare

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 147-159

"An Incarnational Art" : Teaching Shakespeare EDWARD L. ROCKLIN REVIEWING CHARLES FREY'S NEW BOOK,...

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Teaching Differences

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 160-173

Teaching Differences EDWARD PECHTER Kent. 1'11 teach you differences. (King Lear, 1.4.90) WHERE I TEACH,THE BOOK...

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Teaching Paradoxes: Shakespeare and the Enhancement of Audience Skills

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 222-229

Teaching Paradoxes: Shakespeare and the Enhancement of Audience Skills JAMES HIRSH THERE ARE CONCEIVABLY AS MANY WAYS...

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"Treason doth never Prosper": "The Tempest" and the Discourse of Treason

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 1-28

'Treason doth never prosper' ': The Tempest and the Discourse CURT BREIGHT Eightyeight yere, wee in Gods...

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Latinized Greek Drama in Shakespeare's Writing of "Hamlet"

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 29-48

Latinized Greek Drama in Shakespeare's Writing of Hamlet LOUISE SCHLEINER WHEN CLASSICISTS SUCH AS MURRAY, KITTO,...

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A Second Look at Critical Bibliography and the Acting of Plays

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 87-96

A Second Look at Critical Bibliography and the Acting of Plays MARION TROUSDALE THE PRINCIPLES OF CRITICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY...

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Narratives about Printed Shakespeare Texts: "Foul Papers" and "Bad" Quartos

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 65-86

Narratives About Printed Shakespeare Texts: "Foul Papers" and "Bad' ' Quartos PAUL WERSTINE THE...

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Othello Furens

Vol.41,
No.1,
(1990),
pp 49-64

Othello Furens ROBERT S. MIOLA FOR A LONG TIME LITERARY CRITICS HAVE SUBSCRIBED to a traditional understanding of...

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"King Lear" and the Politics of Teaching Shakespeare

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 139-146

King Lear and the Politics of Teaching Shakespeare ANN THOMPSON THE COVER ILLUSTRATION ON THE PREVIOUS ISSUE of...

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Pedagogy, Psychoanalysis, Theatre: Interrogating the Scene of Learning

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 174-186

Pedagogy, Psychoanalysis, Theatre: Interrogating the Scene of Learning BARBARA FREEDMAN Rabbi, why do you always answer...

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"An Incarnational Art": Teaching Shakespeare

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 147-159

"An Incarnational Art" : Teaching Shakespeare EDWARD L. ROCKLIN REVIEWING CHARLES FREY'S NEW BOOK,...

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Teaching Differences

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 160-173

Teaching Differences EDWARD PECHTER Kent. 1'11 teach you differences. (King Lear, 1.4.90) WHERE I TEACH,THE BOOK...

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Teaching Paradoxes: Shakespeare and the Enhancement of Audience Skills

Vol.41,
No.2,
(1990),
pp 222-229

Teaching Paradoxes: Shakespeare and the Enhancement of Audience Skills JAMES HIRSH THERE ARE CONCEIVABLY AS MANY WAYS...

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