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Announcement: EMLS 2.1
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 7, No. 0357.  Saturday, 11 May 1996.

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Date:           Wednesday, 8 May 1996 23:13:34 +0100 (BST)
Subject:        Announcement: EMLS 2.1

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Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the next issue and the beginning of a new volume of
Early Modern Literary Studies. Our table of contents is below; as you'll see
this is an "all Shakespeare" issue which we hope will generate much comment
through our Readers' Forum. You'll also see that we have a new format, an
expanded electronic resources section, and many more reviews.

EMLS can be found at

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Joanne Woolway
Associate Editor, EMLS

Early Modern Literary Studies 2.1 (April 1996): Contents


        *Critical Shakespeare.  Joanne Woolway, Oriel College, Oxford.


        *Personations: The Taming of the Shrew and the Limits of
         Theoretical Criticism.  Paul Yachnin, University of British

        *The Madness of Syracusan Antipholus.  Robert Viking O'Brien,
         California State University, Chico.

        *"The price of one fair word": Negotiating Names in Coriolanus.
         David Lucking, University of Lecce, Italy.

        *Certain Speculations on Hamlet, the Calendar, and Martin Luther.
         Steve Sohmer.


        *Blending Popular Culture and Religious Instruction: Herbert's
         Outlandish Proverbs.  Paul Moon, Auckland Institute of Technology,


        *Eric S. Mallin.  Inscribing the Time: Shakespeare and the End of
         Elizabethan England. Berkeley: U of California P, 1995.  Tony
         Dawson, University of British Columbia.

        *The Reign of Elizabeth I: Court and Culture in the Last Decade.
         Ed. John Guy. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1995.  Henry VIII in
         History, Historiography and Literature.  Ed. Uwe Baumann.  Bern:
         Peter Lang, 1992.  Steven Gunn, Merton College, Oxford.

        *Renaissance Culture in Context: Theory and Practice.  Eds. Jean R.
         Brink and William F. Gentrup.  Aldershot:  Scholar P; Brookfield,
         Vt:  Ashgate Publishing Company, 1993.  A.W. Johnson, Abo Akademi
         University, Finland.

        *John Donne.  Pseudo-Martyr.  Ed.  Anthony Raspa.  Montreal:
         McGill-Queen's UP, 1993.  Dennis Flynn.  John Donne and the
         Ancient Catholic Nobility.  Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1995.
         Elizabeth Hodgson, University of British Columbia.

        *William M. Hamlin. The Image of America in Montaigne, Spenser, and
         Shakespeare: Renaissance Ethnography and Literary Reflection.  New
         York: St.  Martin's P, 1995.  Donna C. Woodford, Washington
         University at St Louis.

        *Michael Murrin. History and Warfare in Renaissance Epic.  Chicago:
         U of Chicago P, 1995. James Loxley, University of Leeds.

        *Richard Strier. Resistant Structures:  Particularity, Radicalism,
         and Renaissance Texts. Berkeley: U of California P, 1995.  Mark
         Robson, University of Leeds.

        *Jonathan Sawday.  The Body Emblazoned: Dissection and the Human
         Body in Renaissance Culture.  London: Routledge, 1995.  Mary Bly,
         Washington University at St Louis.

        *English Verse Drama: The Full-Text Database.  Cambridge:
         Chadwyck-Healey, 1995.  David L. Gants, University of Virginia.

        *"That nobility and sweet discourse": Review of the SHAKSPER
         Listserv Discussion Group.  Sean Lawrence, University of British

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