1. The Birth of the History Play: Saint, Sacrifice, and Reformation
  2. Benjamin Griffin
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  1. Dramatic Images of Kingship in Heywood and Bale
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  1. Idolatry and Commodity Fetishism in the Antitheatrical Controversy
  2. David Hawkes
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  1. History, Tragedy, and Truth in Christopher Marlowe's Edward II
  2. Joan Parks
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  1. Spectatorship in/of Much Ado about Nothing
  2. Nova Myhill
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  1. Charles Chester and Ben Jonson
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  1. Fertile Visions: Jacobean Revels and the Erotics of Occasion
  2. Douglas Lanier
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  1. Fletcher's The Tragedie of Bonduca and the Anxieties of the Masculine Government of James I
  2. Julie Crawford
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  1. Recent Studies in Tudor and Stuart Drama
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