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978-1-61149-512-6 • Hardback • November 2014 • $95.00 • (£73.00)
978-1-61149-513-3 • eBook • November 2014 • $90.00 • (£69.00)
Darlene Farabee is associate professor in the English Department at the University of South Dakota.
Mark Netzloff is associate professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Bradley D. Ryner is associate professor of English at Arizona State University.
Introduction by Darlene Farabee, Mark Netzloff, and Bradley D. Ryner
Chapter 1: Dramatic Verse and Early Modern Playgoers in Marlowe’s Time by Roslyn L. Knutson
Chapter 2: The Usurer’s Theatrical Body: Refiguring Profit in The Jew of Malta and The Blind Beggar of Alexandriaby Bradley D. Ryner
Chapter 3: Theater of Anatomy: The Tragedy of Hoffman by Peter Hyland
Chapter 4: 'Know you this ring?': Metonymic Functions of a Prop by Ann Thompson and John O. Thompson
Chapter 5: Editing and Staging The Revenger's Tragedy: Three Problems by Alan C. Dessen
Chapter 6: The ‘most unsavoury similes’ and Henry IV, Part Oneby Darlene Farabee
Chapter 7: Shakespeare’s Cognitive Vision by Arthur Kinney
Chapter 8: Shakespeare's Conception of Tragedy: The Middle Tragedies by Jay L. Halio
Chapter 9: Shakespeare or not Shakespeare?: The propogation of the text in Europe through J. F. Ducis’s ‘Imitations’ by Michèle Willems
Chapter 10:Un/natural Perspective: Viola on the late nineteenth-century stage by Virginia Mason Vaughan
Chapter 11: Reading, Recitation, and Entertainments: The Dunedin Shakespeare Club, 1877-1956
by Evelyn Tribble
Chapter 12: The power of Shakespeare’s word in twentieth-century Prague by Zdeněk Stříbrný Chapter 13: Showtime: Temporality and the Video Archive of Julius Caesar at the RSC
by Andrew Hartley