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Early Theatre 13.1 (June 2010)

The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 21.0192  Friday, 7 May 2010

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Date:         May 5, 2010 2:05:46 PM EDT
Subject:      Early Theatre 13.1 (June 2010)

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Early Theatre 13.1 (June 2010) 

Articles
'Canst paint a doleful cry?': Promotion and Performance in the Spanish Tragedy Title-Page Illustration
Diane K. Jakacki

'Between you and her no comparison': Witches, Healers, and Elizabeth I in John Lyly's Endymion
Natalia Khomenko

A lost Jacobean Tragedy: Henry the Una (c.1619)
Matthew Steggle

Slavery and Anti-Republicanism in Sir Ralph Freeman's Imperiale, a tragedy (1639)
Ray Bossert

Notes
Marlowe, the "Mad Priest of the Sun" and Heliogabalus
Tom Rutter

Running over the Stage: Webster and the Running Footman
David Carnegie

Review Essay
Bringing Richard Brome Online
Brett D. Hirsch

Book Reviews
Kenneth Burke on Shakespeare, ed. Scott Newstok
Reviewed by David Schalkwyk

The Stuart Court Masque and Political Culture, by Martin Butler
Reviewed by Kirsten Inglis

Shakespeare, Computers, and the Mystery of Authorship, ed. Hugh Craig and Arthur F. Kinney
Reviewed by Peter Kirwan

Faustus and the Promises of the New Science, c. 1580-1730, by Christa Knellworth King
Reviewed by Ian McAdam

Performing Childhood in the Early Modern Theatre: The Children's Playing Companies, by Edel Lamb
Reviewed by Theodore F. Kaouk

Teaching Shakespeare: Passing it On, ed. G.B. Shand
Reviewed by Peter Malin

Violence Against Women in Early Modern Performance: Invisible Acts, by Kim Solga
Reviewed by Catherine Silverstone

Drama and Religion in English Provincial Society, 1485-1660, by Paul Whitfield White
Reviewed by Jennifer Roberts-Smith

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