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Early Modern Literary Studies
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.1480  Monday, 9 August 2004

From:           Sean Lawrence <
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Date:           Sunday, 08 Aug 2004 23:19:14 -0300
Subject:        Early Modern Literary Studies

Early Modern Literary Studies is pleased to announce the publication of
its most recent issue and beginning of its tenth year of publication.
The table of contents appears below, and the journal can be accessed
free online at http://purl.oclc.org/emls/emlshome.html

Yours sincerely,
Sean Lawrence
Assistant Editor


Articles:

A Shroud for the Mind: Ralegh's Poetic Rewriting of the Self. [1] Miri
Tashma-Baum, Tel-Aviv University.

"On forfeit of your selves, think nothing true": Self-Deception in Ben
Jonson's Epicoene. [2] J.A. Jackson, Hillsdale College.

Does Beatrice Joanna Have a Subtext?: The Changeling on the London
Stage. [3] Roberta Barker and David Nicol, Dalhousie University.

Women, Children, and the Rhetoric of Milton's Divorce Tracts. [4] Sara
van den Berg, Saint Louis University.

Milton's 'Divorcive' Liberties: Ecclesiastical, Domestic or Private,
Civil and Cosmological [5]. W. Scott Howard, Denver University.

Human Nature in Republican Tradition and Paradise Lost. [6]William
Walker, University of New South Wales.

Roman or Revenger? The Definition and Distortion of Masculine Identity
in Titus Andronicus. [7] Brecken Rose Hancock, University of New Brunswick.

Book Reviews:
Bryson, Michael. The Tyranny of Heaven: Milton's Rejection of God as
King. [8] Newark: U of Delaware P; London: Associated University
Presses, 2004. Peter C. Herman, San Diego State University.
Stock, Brian. After Augustine: The Meditative Reader and the Text. [9]
Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 2001. Gary Kuchar, University of
Victoria.
Banerjee, Pompa. Burning Women: Widows, Witches, and Early Modern
European Travelers in India. [10] New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. M.
G. Aune,  North Dakota State University.
Lehmann, Courtney, and Lisa S. Starks, eds. The Reel Shakespeare:
Alternative Cinema and Theory. [11] Madison and Teaneck, NJ: Fairleigh
Dickinson UP; London: Associated UP, 2002. Carolyn Jess, The Queen's
University of Belfast.
Meads, Chris. Banquets Set Forth: Banqueting in English Renaissance
Drama. [12] Manchester:  Manchester UP, 2001. Hillary Nunn, University
of Akron.
Reviewing information, books received for review, and forthcoming reviews.

Theatre Reviews:

Cambridge Shakespeare, Spring 2004. [13] Reviewed by Michael Grosvenor-Myer.

The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare, performed by Northern
Broadsides at the Buxton Opera House, April 2004. [14] Reviewed by Ben
Spiller, Sheffield Hallam University.

Othello, performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company at the Swan Theatre,
Stratford-upon-Avon, March 2004. [15] Reviewed by Kate Wilkinson,
Sheffield Hallam University.

Paradise Lost, performed at the Bristol Old Vic. [16] Reviewed by Neil
Forsyth, University of Lausanne.


Film Reviews:

The King Is Alive. Directed by Kristian Levring, Path

 

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