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New Issue of Ben Jonson Journal; BJJ website
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.2334  Thursday, 14 December 2000

From:           Bob Evans <
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Date:           Thursday, 14 Dec 2000 00:52:03 EST
Subject:        New Issue of Ben Jonson Journal; BJJ website

Dear Colleagues,

The latest issue of the _Ben Jonson Journal: Literary Contexts in the
Age of Elizabeth, James, and Charles_ has just been published.  It is a
special double-issue, nearly 600 pages long, but available at no extra
charge ($25).  It contains articles on Catholicism, women writers,
Shakespeare, and many other topics, in addition to essays and reviews on
Jonson (see table of contents below).

In addition, the BJJ website is now officially up and running; it lists
contents of all previous issues (www.benjonsonjournal.com).

Best wishes -- Bob Evans

BEN JONSON JOURNAL / VOLUME 7 / 2000

SPECIAL SECTION
Catholicism and English Renaissance Literature

PAUL J. VOSS
The Catholic Presence in English Renaissance Literature / 1

DAVID N. BEAUREGARD
Shakespeare Against the Homilies: The Theology of Penance in the
Comedies / 27

LISA HOPKINS
The Comedy of Errors and the Date of Easter / 55

THOMAS RIST
Topical Comedy: On the Unity of Love's Labour's Lost / 65

R. V. YOUNG
Shakespeare's History Plays and the Erasmian Catholic Prince / 89

STEPHANIE CHAMBERLAIN
Defrocking Ecclesiastical Authority: Measure for Measure and the
Struggle for Matrimonial Reform in Early Modern England / 115

MARGUERITE A. TASSI
Lover, Poisoner, Counterfeiter: The Painter in Elizabethan Drama / 129

CLIFFORD DAVIDSON
Robert Southwell: Lyric Poetry, the Restoration of Images, and Martyrdom
/ 157

GERARD B. WEGEMER
The Civic Humanism of Thomas More: Why Law Has Prominence Over Rhetoric
/ 187

ROMUALD I. LAKOWSKI
Thomas More, Protestants, and Turks: Persecution and Martyrdom in A
Dialogue of Comfort / 199

BOYD M. BERRY
Two Restoration Responses to the Roman Church: Thomas Traherne and Mrs.
Susanna Hopton / 225

ARTICLES

ANGUS FLETCHER
Jonson's Satiric-Comedy and the Unsnarling of the Satyr from the
Satirist / 247

BRUCE BOEHRER
The Case of Will Kemp's Shoes: Every Man Out of His Humour and the
"Bibliographic Ego" / 271

JAMES M. SUTTON
Jonson's Genius at Theobalds: The Poetics of Estrangement / 297

HUGH WILSON
"Morbus Satanicus": The Psychomachia of the Deadly Sins in Ben Jonson's
"On My First Sonne" / 325

CLAUDE J. SUMMERS
Jonson's "Inviting a Friend to Supper" and William Herbert, Earl of
Pembroke / 343

LILLIAN SCHANFIELD
Ben Jonson's "An Execration upon Vulcan": No Joking Matter / 353

JOAN FITZPATRICK
Spenser and Land: Political Conflict Resolved in Physical Topography /
365

KIMBERLY A. TURNER
The Complexity of Webster's Duchess / 379

CATHERINE A. HENZE
Music as Women's Defense "Against Malicious Detractors": The Case of
Beaumont and Fletcher's The Woman Hater / 403

KATHRYN R. McPHERSON
"I thought my all was given before": Configuring Maternal Grief in
Seventeenth-Century England / 421

BIBLIOGRAPHIC / EDITORIAL STUDIES & NOTES

ROBERT C. EVANS
"New" Poems by Early Modern Women: "A Maid Under 14," Elizabeth With,
Elizabeth Collett, and "A Lady of Honour" / 447

DEBORAH HILL
Ben Jonson in General Scholarship, 1900-1972 / 517

BRANDON S. CENTERWALL
A Reconsideration of Ben Jonson's Contribution to Sir Walter Ralegh's
The History of the World (1614) / 539

R. F. FLEISSNER
Merlin Reclad: Shapeshifting and Shakespeare Unregistered / 555

JAMES HIRSH
A Funeral Elegy, Shakespeare, and Elizabeth Cary / 567

BOOK REVIEWS / 589-652
 

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