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Latest Issue of CAHIERS ELISABETHAINS Available
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 20.0489  Friday, 18 September 2009

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Subject:    Latest Issue of CAHIERS ELISABETHAINS Available

THE LATEST ISSUE OF CAHIERS ELISABETHAINS IS NOW AVAILABLE:
Cahiers Elisabethains 75,  2009


ARTICLES

Jose Maria Perez Fernandez, "From Virtue to Compulsion: Epic, 
Translation and the Significance of Early Modern Blank Verse"

Joe Sterrett, "Here Our Prayer: Praying to Court and Society in 
Late-Elizabethan England and Titus Andronicus"

Lorene M. Birden, "Performance Structures in As You Like It: 
Configurations of Performer and Diegetic Audience as Guides to Character 
and Overall Structure"

Teresa Yu-Wen Wei, "Polemical Tropes of Captivity in Philip Massinger's 
The Renegado"


NOTES

Donna M. Murphy, "The Date and Co-Authorship of Doctor Faustus"

Rodney Stenning Edgecombe, "Elizabethan Words, Usages and Ante-Datings 
Unrecorded in the OED, Culled From Strachey's Elizabeth and Essex"


REVIEW ARTICLES AND INTERVIEWS

Estelle Rivier, Oskaras KorSunovas at the Comedie-Francaise

Estelle Rivier, An Interview with Virginie Merlin, costume designer at 
the Comedie-Francaise

Jozef De Vos, "The Sweep of History: Ivo van Hove's Roman Tragedies"

Janice Valls-Russell and Magali Abella, The Theatrum Gedanense 
Foundation & Gdansk's Shakespeare Festival: An Interview with Jerzy Limon


PLAYS REVIEWS

As You Like It (dir. Tim Supple for Dash Arts and Leicester Theatre 
Trust, Leicester) by Peter Kirwan

Dido, Queen of Carthage (dir. James MacDonald, London), by Peter J. Smith

The Duchess of Malfi (dir. David R. Gammons for The Actors' Shakespeare 
Project, Boston, Massachusetts) by Kaara L. Peterson

Edward II (dir. Sean Graney for The Chicago Shakespeare Theater, 
Chicago), by Anita M. Hagerman

Hamlet (dir. Claire Lasne-Darcueil, Lyon), by Clifford Armion

Le Roi Lear [King Lear] (dir. Jean-Claude Fall, Montpellier), by Gaelle 
Ginestet

Love is My Sin. Sonnets de William Shakespeare (ad. and dir. Peter 
Brook), Paris), by Ton Hoenselaars

Love's Labour's Lost (dir. Gregory Doran for the RSC, Stratford-upon- 
Avon; dir. Sir Peter Hall for The Rose Theatre, Kingston-on-Thames), by 
Clare Smout

Macbeth (dir. Barbara Gaines for The Chicago Shakespeare Theater, 
Chicago), by Anita M. Hagerman

The Merchant of Venice (dir. Melia Bensussen for The Actors' Shakespeare 
Project, Boston, Massachusetts) by Richard J. Larschan

A Midsummer Night's Dream (dir. Gregory Doran for the RSC, Stratford- 
upon-Avon) by Kath Bradley

Othello (dir. Kathryn Hunter for the RSC on tour, Warwick Arts Centre) 
by Lynne Hapgood

Richard II (dir. Michael Boyd for the RSC, Stratford-upon-Avon) by Kelly 
N. O'Connor

Richard III (dir. Jean-Claude Fall, Montpellier), by Nathalie Crouau

Romeo and Juliet (dir. Neil Bartlett for the RSC, Stratford-upon-Avon) 
by Peter Kirwan

The Tempest (dir. Janice Honeyman for the Baxter Theatre Centre, 
Stratford-upon-Avon) by Peter J. Smith

Twelfth Night after William Shakespeare (in Japanese, Shochiku Grand 
Kabuki, dir. Yukio Ninagawa, London) by Eleanor Collins


BOOK REVIEWS

Christopher Burlinson and Andrew Zurcher, eds, Edmund Spenser: Selected 
Letters and Other Papers, by David Coleman

Roze Hentschell, The Culture of Cloth in Early Modern England. Textual 
Constructions of a National Identity, by Agnes Lafont

David Hillman, Shakespeare's Entrails: Belief, Scepticism and the 
Interior of the Body, by Caroline Lamb

J. B. Lethbridge, ed., Shakespeare and Spenser: Attractive Opposites, by 
Joan Fitzpatrick


NOTES ON THE FOLLOWING BOOKS (by Janice Valls-Russell; these do not 
preclude full-length reviews in a later issue)

Gillian Austen, George Gascoigne

Paola Baseotto, "Disdeining life, desiring leave to die": Spenser and 
the Psychology of Despair

Christian M. Billing, Masculinity, Corporality and the English Stage 
1580-1635

Pascale Drouet and Pierre Iselin, eds, "The true blank of thine eye": 
Approches critiques de King Lear

Richard Fotheringham, Christa Jansohn and R. S. White, eds, 
Shakespeare's World/World Shakespeares. The Selected Proceedings of the 
International Shakespeare Association World Congress, Brisbane 2006

Edith Garnier, L'Alliance impie: Francois Ier et Soliman le Magnifique 
contre Charles Quint, 1529-1547

Indira Ghose, Shakespeare and Laughter: A Cultural History

Ros King and Paul J. C. M. Franssen, eds, Shakespeare and War

Clare Lapraik Guest, ed., Rhetoric, Theatre and the Arts of Design: 
Essays presented to Roy Eriksen

Francois Laroque and Pierre Iselin, with Josee Nuyts-Giornal, King Lear, 
l'ouvre au noir

Lesley Lawson, Out of the Shadows: The Life of Lucy, Countess of Bedford

Stewart Mottram, Empire and Nation in Early English Renaissance Literature

Sara Munson Deats and Robert A. Logan, eds, Placing the Plays of 
Christopher Marlowe: Fresh Cultural Contexts

Peter G. Platt, Shakespeare and the Culture of Paradox

Thomas Rist, Revenge Tragedy and the Drama of Commemoration in Reforming 
England

Terence G. Schoone-Jongen, Shakespeare's Companies: William 
Shakespeare's Early Career and the Acting Companies, 1577-1594

Stuart Sillars, The Illustrated Shakespeare 1709-1875

Ceri Sullivan, The Rhetoric of the Conscience in Donne, Herbert, and Vaughan

Jonathan Walker and Paul D. Streufert, eds, Early Modern Academic Drama


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