Thursday, November 11, 2010

Comparative Drama's Fall Issue

Comparative Drama's fall issue, volume 44.3, arrived last week. This issue contains the following contributions:

“Are we turned Turks”: English Pageants and the Stuart Courtview abstract
David M. Bergeron

Celebrating Idleness: Antony and Cleopatra and Play Theoryview abstract
Abigail Scherer

Katherine Philips as Political Playwright: “The Songs Between the Acts” in Pompeyview abstract
Anne Russell

Music and Religious Compromise in John Bale’s Playsview abstract
Katherine Steele Brokaw

REED: Lincolnshire, ed. James Stokes
reviewed by Victor I. Scherb

The English Clown Tradition from the Middle Ages to Shakespeare, by Robert Hornback
reviewed by Peter Cockett

Mummings and Entertainments, by John Lydgate, edited by Claire Sponsler
reviewed by Roger A. Ladd

Storytelling and Drama: Exploring Narrative Episodes in Plays, by Hugo Bowles
reviewed by Mustafa Kemal Mirzeler

Renaissance Earwitnesses: Rumor and Early Modern Masculinity, by Keith M. Botelho
reviewed by Jennifer C. Vaught

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