Comparative Drama's Summer issue (Volume 46.2) has arrived!
This volume contains the following contributions:
'Killing, Hewing, Stabbing, Dagger-drawing, Fighting, Butchery': The Representation of Skin Penetration in Renaissance Tragedy and Its Bearing on Dramatic Theory
Justice Is a Mirage: Failures of Religious Order in Marlowe’s Tamburlaine Plays
Ambiguous Allegories: What the Mythological Comedia Reveals About Baroque Tragedy
Memory’s Returns, Modernity’s Ghosts: Thornton Wilder, Japanese Theater, and Paula Vogel’s The Long Christmas Ride Home
Inns of Court: Records of Early English Drama, edited by Alan H. Nelson and John R. Elliott, Jr.
reviewed by W.R. Streitberger
Playwright, Space and Place in Early Modern Performance: Shakespeare and Company, by Tim Fitzpatrick
reviewed by Michael Flachmann
Erotic Subjects: The Sexuality of Politics in Early Modern English Literature, by Melissa E. Sanchez
reviewed by James M. Bromley
Sexual Types: Embodiment, Agency, and Dramatic Character from Shakespeare to Shirley, by Mario DiGangi
reviewed by Melissa E. Sanchez
Motherhood and Patriarchal Masculinities in Sixteenth-Century Italian Comedy, by Yael Manes
reviewed by Sal DiMaria