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Shakespeare and Renaissance Literary Theory
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.0960  Tuesday, 31 October 2006

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Date: 		Tuesday, 31 Oct 2006 12:16:21 +0100
Subject: 	CFP: "Shakespeare and Renaissance Literary Theory"

Call for Papers

Papers are solicited on the theme of "Shakespeare and Renaissance 
Literary Theory" for a collection of essays and a special issue of 
_Shakespeare Yearbook_.  Topics may deal with early modern Italian and 
English dramatic theories, the question of genre and decorum, the 
English response to tragicomedy and Italian dramatic theories, the 
influence of Italian touring companies and _commedia dell'arte_ types, 
Shakespeare's reliance on and resistance to classical rules, fixed 
genres, and dramatic conventions.  The final deadline is 31 January 
2007.  Contributors will include Louise George Clubb, Robert Henke, 
Robin Headlam Wells, Stephen Orgel, and Frances K. Barasch. The length 
of an article should not exceed 7000 words, including endnotes. For 
further information, please write to Michele Marrapodi 
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Michele Marrapodi
University of Palermo

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