Saturday, February 13, 2010

New Issue of Comparative Drama Arrives

The newest issue of Comparative Drama arrived this week. The Winter 2009 issue, volume 43.4, includes the following essays and reviews:

Sumptuously Re-edified: The Reformation of Sacred Space in Titus Andronicus
Helga L. Duncan

Voices of Violence: Medieval French Farce and the Dover Cliff Scene in King Lear
Edward Wheatley

“You were an actor with your handkerchief”: Women, Windows, and Moral Agency
Cynthia Lewis

Doing the Usual Things: Gender, Race, and Inwardness in Harley Granville Barker’s The Marrying of Ann Leete and The Secret Life
Christopher Wixson

The Discourse of Courtly Love in Seventeenth-Century Spanish Theater
by Robert Bayliss
Reviewed by Hilaire Kallendorf

The Swastika and the Stage: German Theatre and Society, 1933-1945
by Gerwin Strobl
Reviewed by John London

Playing a Part in History: The York Mysteries, 1951-2006
by Margaret Rogerson
Reviewed by Nicole R. Rice

Shakespeare and Elizabeth: The Meeting of Two Myths
by Helen Hackett
Reviewed by Linda Shenk

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