The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1495 Friday, 11 August 2000.
Date: Friday, 11 Aug 2000 01:00:43 +0100
Subject: Renaissance Forum
Volume 4, Number 2 is now available for reading at:
In this issue:
* Charles Cathcart, 'Plural Authorship, Attribution, and the Children of
the King's Revels.'
* Paul Cefalu, '"The End of Absolutism": Shakespeare's Coriolanus and
the Consensual Nature of the Early Modern State.'
* David Gardiner, '"Oh, How Unlike Unto Orpheus": The Poetics of
* Lisa Hopkins, '"Ripeness is all": The Death of Elizabeth in Drama.'
And reviews of books by Brown, Fisch, Heale, Hunter, Hutson, Murphy, and
Smith by Richard Dawson Brown, Anne Kelley, Glenn Mynott, Thomas Rist,
Matthew Steggle and Bart van Es.
Technical Editor, Renaissance Forum
Calls for Papers: Fantasy and Television Conference (April 2001) and
British Science Fiction Conference (June 2001) contact