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The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.2251  Monday, 11 November 2002

[1]     From:   Frank Whigham <
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        Date:   Saturday, 09 Nov 2002 18:36:14 -0600
        Subj:   TOC Ren Studies 16.2 (June 2002)

[2]     From:   Frank Whigham <
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        Date:   Saturday, 09 Nov 2002 18:44:39 -0600
        Subj:   English Historical Review 117.472 (June 2002)

[3]     From:   Frank Whigham <
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        Date:   Saturday, 09 Nov 2002 18:47:52 -0600
        Subj:   TOC RES 53.2 (Aug 2002)


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From:           Frank Whigham <
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Date:           Saturday, 09 Nov 2002 18:36:14 -0600
Subject:        TOC Ren Studies 16.2 (June 2002)

Renaissance Studies
June 2002; Vol. 16, No. 2

Consumption and trade of art between Italy and England in the first half
of the sixteenth century: the London house of the Bardi and Cavalcanti
company

Cinzia M. Sicca, pp. 163-201

Classical and contemporary Italy in Roger Ascham's The Scholemaster
(1570)
Melanie Ord, pp. 202-216

Piracy and politics in Heywood and Rowley's Fortune by Land and Sea
(1607-9)
Claire Jowitt, pp. 217-233

Speculating on mysteries: religion and politics in King Lear
Frankie Rubinstein, pp. 234-262

The Acoustic World of Early Modern England: Attending to the O-Factor
Penelope Gouk, pp. 275-278

The Thief, the Cross and the Wheel: Pain and the Spectacle of Punishment
in Medieval and Renaissance Europe
Beth Williamson, pp. 290-294

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From:           Frank Whigham <
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Date:           Saturday, 09 Nov 2002 18:44:39 -0600
Subject:        English Historical Review 117.472 (June 2002)

A new issue of The English Historical Review has been made available:
June 2002; Vol. 117, No. 472

The English Accession of James VI: 'National` Identity, Gender and the
Personal Monarchy of England
Judith M. Richards, pp. 513-535

Alexander Murray: Suicide in the Middle Ages. Vol. I: The Violent
against Themselves; Vol. II: The Curse on Self-Murder
Reviewed by Peter Biller, pp. 637-640

Katharine Jackson Lualdi and Anne T. Thayer, eds. Penitence in the Age
of Reformations
Reviewed by Diarmaid MacCulloch, pp. 698-699

Lucy Wooding: Rethinking Catholicism in Reformation England
Reviewed by Andrew Pettegree, pp. 699-700

Jason Scott-Warren: Sir John Harington and the Book as Gift
Reviewed by Katherine Duncan-Jones, pp. 700-702

Robert Tittler: Townspeople and Nation: English Urban Experiences,
1540-1640
Reviewed by Alan Dyer, pp. 702-703

Peter Lake and Michael Questier, eds. Conformity and Orthodoxy in the
English Church, c. 1560-1660
Reviewed by Christopher Haigh, pp. 703-704

Leeds Barroll: Anna of Denmark, Queen of England: A Cultural Biography
Reviewed by T. B. Pugh, pp. 709-711

Marjorie Swann: Curiosities and Texts: The Culture of Collecting in
Early Modern England
Reviewed by Jas' Elsner, pp. 711-712

Kenneth Wiggins: Anatomy of a Siege: King John's Castle, Limerick, 1642
Reviewed by Philip Dixon, pp. 712-713

John Coffey: Persecution and Toleration in Protestant England, 1558-1689
Reviewed by Nicholas Tyacke, pp. 718-719

John E. Crowley: The Invention of Comfort: Sensibilities and Design in
Early Modern Britain and Early America
Reviewed by Emma Hart, pp. 721-722

David Parker, ed. Revolutions and the Revolutionary Tradition in the
West, 1560-1991
Reviewed by David Howell, pp. 726-727

Tim Card: Eton Established: A History from 1440-1860
Reviewed by C. J. Tyerman, pp. 730-732

Wendy Joy Darby: Landscape and Identity: Geographies of Nation and Class
in England
Reviewed by Elizabeth Baigent, pp. 750-751

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From:           Frank Whigham <
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Date:           Saturday, 09 Nov 2002 18:47:52 -0600
Subject:        TOC RES 53.2 (Aug 2002)

Review of English Studies
August 2002; Vol. 53, No. 3

Mandeville's Thought of the Limit: The Discourse of Similarity and
Difference in the Travels of Sir John Mandeville
Sebastian I. Sobecki, pp. 329-343

The Earl of Essex and the Trials of History: Gervase Markham's the Dumbe
Knight
Lesel Dawson, pp. 344-364

Redating A Jovial Crew
Matthew Steggle, pp. 365-373

Jack D'Amico: Shakespeare and Italy: The City and the Stage
Reviewed by Emma Smith, pp. 431-432

Kenneth Gross: Shakespeare's Noise
Reviewed by Tom Mcalindon, pp. 432-434

Edward Berry: Shakespeare and the Hunt: A Cultural and Social Study
Reviewed by Joost Daalder, pp. 434-436

Stuart Gillespie: Shakespeare's Books: A Dictionary of Shakespeare
Sources
Reviewed by Paul Hammond, pp. 436-437

Peter Beal and Margaret J. M. Ezell, eds. Writings by Early Modern Women
Reviewed by Helen Moore, pp. 437-439

Thomas N. Corns, ed. The Royal Image: Representations of Charles I
Reviewed by N. Von Maltzahn, pp. 439-442

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