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Announcement: RENAISSANCE FORUM
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.0182  Friday, 28 January 2000.

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Date:           Thursday, 27 Jan 2000 16:54:01 +0000 (GMT)
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                          RENAISSANCE FORUM
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The editors are pleased to announce volume four, number one.

                              CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Simon Brittan, 'Skelton's Speke Parott: Language, Madness and the Role
of the Court Poet'.

Rosalind Davies, '"The Great Day of Mart": Returning to Texts at the
Trial of Sir Walter Ralegh in 1603'.

Romuald Ian Lakowski, 'Geography and the More Circle: John Rastell,
Thomas More and the New World'.

REVIEWS

Peter Davidson and Adriaan van der Weel, eds. 1996. A Selection from the
Poems of Sir Constantijn Huygens (1596-1687). Reviewed by H.R.
Woudhuysen.

Domestic Dramas

Mark Thornton Burnett. 1997. Masters and Servants in English Renaissance
Drama and Culture.
Viviana Comensoli. 1996. 'Household Business': Domestic Plays of Early
Modern England. Reviewed by Tristan Marshall.

Paulina Kewes. 1998. Authorship and Appropriation: Writing for the Stage
in England, 1660-1710. Reviewed by Sonia Massai.

James Loxley. 1997. Royalism and Poetry in the English Civil Wars: The
Drawn Sword. Reviewed by Jerome de Groot.

Diane Kelsey McColley. 1997. Poetry and Music in Seventeenth-century
England. Reviewed by Ceri Sullivan.

Scott McMillin and Sally-Beth MacLean. 1998. The Queen's Men and their
Plays. Reviewed by Peter Thomson.

Michael Neill. 1997. Issues of Death: Mortality and Identity in the
Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries. Reviewed by Ralph
Houlbrooke.

Shakespeare Editions

William Shakespeare. 1998. King Edward III.

William Shakespeare. 1998. Pericles, Prince of Tyre. Reviewed by Emma
Smith.

Renaissance Forum is an interdisciplinary refereed journal specialising
in early-modern English literary and historical scholarship and in the
critical methodologies of these fields. The journal is published
biannually by an editorial board based in the Departments of English and
History at the University of Hull.
 

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