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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.1431  Thursday, 27 July 2000.

[1]     From:   Frank Whigham <
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        Date:   Wednesday, 26 Jul 2000 13:48:20 -0500
        Subj:   TOC: Penitent Brothellers

[2]     From:   Dennis Taylor <
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        Date:   Wednesday, 26 Jul 2000 14:49:48 -0400
        Subj:   RE: SHK 11.1424 TOCs and the SHAKSPER listserv


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From:           Frank Whigham <
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Date:           Wednesday, 26 Jul 2000 13:48:20 -0500
Subject:        TOC: Penitent Brothellers

Colleagues,

I thought listmembers might be glad to receive TOCs for forthcoming
books as well as journal issues. (I would.)

Frank Whigham

Title: Penitent Brothellers: Grace, Sexuality, and Genre in Thomas
Middleton's City Comedies

Author: Herbert Jack Heller

Publisher: University of Delaware Press

1. Thomas Middleton, Calvinist Dramatist

2. Grace, Repentance, and Genre: A Mad World, My Masters, The Widow, and
A Chaste Maid in Cheapside
* "Is it a tragedy plot, or a comedy plot, good mother?": Repentance and
Genre in Middleton Criticism
* From Brothel to Once-Ill: Penitent's Paradigmatic Conversion in A Mad
World, My Masters
* "That he might read his actions i'th'event?": The Patterns of
Repentance
* Sir Walter Whorehound's Anti-Tragic Repentance

3. Marrying the Whore: The Hosea Paradigm in A Trick to Catch the Old
One and Other Plays

4. Sodomy, Salvation, and the Stage: Satires, Michaelmas Term, and The
Roaring Girl
* Unspoken Things in the Historical, Literary, and Critical Contexts
* "Time was I loved Pyander well": The Wide Indication of Sodomy in
Middleton's Satires
* Undoing Sodomy: Richard Easy's Redemption in Michaelmas Term
* Redeeming the Sodomite Stage in The Roaring Girl

Epilogue (This brief section makes comparisons between Middleton's
conversion scenes and those in Shakespeare.)

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From:           Dennis Taylor <
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Date:           Wednesday, 26 Jul 2000 14:49:48 -0400
Subject: 11.1424 TOCs and the SHAKSPER listserv
Comment:        RE: SHK 11.1424 TOCs and the SHAKSPER listserv

I use Uncover, which is great.

But is there a way to have just published book titles, on selected
subjects, also delivered by internet?

Thanks!

Dennis Taylor
 

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