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Shakespeare and the Low Countries
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 16.1518  Thursday, 15 September 2005

From: 		Douglas Brooks <
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Date: 		Wednesday, 14 Sep 2005 22:36:24 -0500
Subject: 	Shakespeare and the Low Countries

Readers of this list will be interested to know that the latest issue of 
the Shakespeare Yearbook (Vol. 15 ns), dedicated to the theme of 
Shakespeare and the Low Countries and co-edited by Ton Hoenselaars and 
Holger Klein, has just been published by Edwin Mellen Press.  I include 
here the table of contents for the issue.


Theme Essays:

1. Shakespeare and the Low Countries: An Introduction
       Ton Hoenselaars

2. De Witt, Van Buchell, the Swan, and the Second Globe: 

     An Assessment of the Evidence
         Johan Gerritsen
3. Doctor Faustus and the Spanish Netherlands
         Lisa Hopkins

4. Sir Edmond Tilney, Sir Thomas More, and the Netherlandic
     Immigrant Community
         Peter M. McCluskey

5. The Tragedy of Sir John van Olden Barnavelt: A Re-examination
     of Fletcher and Massinger's Sources
         Meg Powers Livingston

6. Fingers of the Multitude: Shakespeare, Jonson, and the 

     Transformation of News from the Low Countries
         Andrew Fleck

7. Pickelhering and Hamlet in Dutch Art: The English Comedians 

     of Robert Browne, John Green, and Robert Reynolds
         Peg Katrizky

8. Women, Wit, and Honor: A Comparative Study of Much Ado
     About Nothing and Jan Jansz. Starter's Timbre de Cardone ende
     Fenicie van Messine


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