Vol 4, No 2 (2005)

Special Issue: Renaissance Drama excluding Shakespeare

Table of Contents


When the Golden Bough Breaks: Folk Drama and the Theatre Historian PDF
Tom Pettitt 1-40
The Taming of a Shrew: Composition as Induction to Authorship PDF
Roy Eriksen 41-63
"Underplayed Rivalry": Patronage and the Marlovian Subtext of Summer's Last Will and Testament PDF
Per Sivefors 65-87
Thomas Lodge and Elizabethan Republicanism PDF
Andrew Hadfield 89-105
George Chapman's "Oedipus Complex": Intertextual Patterns in The Conspiracy and The Tragedy of Charles Duke of Byron PDF
Gunilla Florby 107-19
Disgusting John Marston: Sensationalism and the Limits of a Post-Modern Marston PDF
Georgia Brown 121-42
Moors, Social Anxiety and Horror in Thomas Rawlins's The Rebellion PDF
Anna Fåhraeus 143-61


REVIEW: Anna Swärdh (2003), Rape and Religion in English Renaissance Literature PDF
Lisa Hopkins 163-65
REVIEW: Claire Asquith (2004), Shadowplay. Richard Wilson (2004), Secret Shakespeare PDF
Stuart John Sillars 166-68