The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.0405 Thursday, 27 February 2003
From: Mike Jensen <
Date: Wednesday, 26 Feb 2003 15:25:29 -0800
Subject: Shakespeare Newsletter 52:3
The 253rd issue of *The Shakespeare Newsletter* (Fall 2002, volume 52:3)
has news, articles, reviews, and features that will be of interest to
members of SHAKSPER.
The cover is shared by SHAKSPER's Tony Burton's article *Laertes's
Rebellion: Further Aspects of Inheritance Law in Hamlet*, a follow-up to
a fascinating article a few months ago, and
*Shakespeare@computer.horizions* by the renowned Marvin Spevack.
Inside, you will find abstracts from the 2002 SAA seminar *Dancing in
the Dark: Shakespearean Comedy on Film*, plus calls for papers,
conference announcements, and a note about another special Shakespeare
issue of *Literature/Film Quarterly*. There is also a short piece on a
Shakespeare memorial in the City of London.
*The Fourth Centenary of Hamlet* by Peter Milward, suggesting new
readings in that play.
*Shakespeare's Weddings (And Other Rites)* by Richard Levin, about why
Christian rituals were not depicted, except as parodies or dumb shows,
on the early modern stage.
*The Merchant of Venice: An Interpretive Note* by Joel Friedman, trying
to understand what Shylock means when he says that Antonio looks like "a
*Shakespeare's Giulio Romano: The Winter's Tale* by Stanford S.
Apseloff, which looks at Romano, how he was known in England, and the
use Shakespeare and Jonson made of his reputation.
Harold Love's *Attributing Authorship: An Introduction* reviewed
alongside K. K. Ruthven's *Faking Literature*, and *The Forger's Shadow:
How Forgery Changed the Course of Literature*, by Nick Groom.
*A Synoptic Hamlet: a Critical-Synoptic Edition of the Second Quarto and
First Folio Texts of Hamlet* by Jesus Tronch-Perez.
*Shame in Shakespeare*, by Ewan Fernie.
Performance reviews of the RSC's *Winter's Tale* and the Stratford
Festival's *King Lear*
Grace Tiffany's "Review of Periodicals".
Michael P. Jensen's "Talking Books" interview with SHAKSPER favorite
John W. Velz.
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