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EARLY THEATRE 4 (2001)
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 12.1305  Thursday, 31 May 2001

From:           Helen Ostovich <
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Date:           Thursday, 31 May 2001 08:55:08 -0400
Subject:        EARLY THEATRE 4 (2001)

This is the final table of contents for EARLY THEATRE 4.  We have an
exciting Issues in Review section on 'Reading Acting Companies'. The
abstracts are on-line at http://www.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~reed/early
-- just click on VOLUMES.

Subscribers will receive the new volume in the late fall.  We are asking
all subscribers to renew as soon as possible.  We are in a transition
period between publishers, and would appreciate early renewals to help
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EARLY THEATRE Volume 4, 2001


ARTICLES

 '"Arden winketh at his wife's lewdness, & why!": a patrilineal crisis
in Arden of Faversham'
                                               Randall Martin

 "Patrons and Travelling Companies in Warwickshire"
                                                 Elza Tiner

 '"The Precious Body of Christ That They Tretyn in Ther Hondis":
"Miraclis Pleyinge" and the Croxton Play of the  Sacrament'
                                                  Heather Hill-Vasquez

 "Timing Theatrical Action in the English Medieval Theatre"
                                              Philip Butterworth

 '"Once More Unto the Breach": Katharine's Victory in Henry V'
                                                Corinne Abate

 '"Daniel Rabel and the Grotesque"
                                               John Astington


ISSUES IN REVIEW

Reading Acting Companies
Scott McMillin, Lawrence Manley, Roslyn Knutson, Mark Bayer



BOOK REVIEWS

John H. Astington, English Court Theatre 1558-1642. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press,
1999. Reviewed by William Ingram.

W. R. Elton, Shakespeare's Troilus and Cressida and the Inns of Court
Revels. Aldershot and
Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 2000. Reviewed by Peter Hyland.

Jody Enders, The Medieval Theater of Cruelty: Rhetoric, Memory,
Violence. Ithaca and London:
Cornell UP, 1999. Reviewed by David Bevington.

Clare Harraway, Re-citing Marlowe: Approaches to the Drama. Aldershot
and Brookfield, VT:
Ashgate, 2000. Reviewed by Judith Weil.

Walter Hodges, Enter the Whole Army: A Pictorial Study of Shakespearean
Staging,
1576-1616. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. Reviewed by
Roslyn Knutson.

Michal Kobialka, This is My Body: Representational Practices in the
Early Middle Ages. Ann
Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1999. Reviewed by Lawrence Clopper.

Linda McJannet, The Voice of Elizabethan Stage Directions: The Evolution
of a Theatrical
Code. Newark: University of Delaware Press; London: Associated
University Presses, 1999.
Reviewed by R. A. Foakes.

Scott McMillin and Sally-Beth Maclean, The Queen's Men and their Plays.
Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 1998. Reviewed by A. R. Braunmuller.

Mitchell B. Merback. The Thief, the Cross and the Wheel. Chicago:
University of Chicago Press,
1999. Reviewed by Garrett Epp.

John Southworth, Fools and Jesters at the English Court. Stroud,
Gloucestershire: Sutton
Publishing, 1998. Reviewed by Phebe Jensen.

Helen Ostovich
Editor, EARLY THEATRE / Dept of English CNH-321
McMaster University
http://www.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~reed/early

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