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  New Series 40, 2012

Table of Contents


pp. ix-xiv

Taking Stock

pp. 3-8

Exclusive Of

pp. 9-17

Renaissance and/or Early Modern Drama and/or Theater and/or Performance: A Dialogue

pp. 19-28

Toward a New Theatricality?

pp. 29-35

The Play’s Not the Thing

pp. 37-45

The Dream of a Perfect History

pp. 47-56

Acting and Ontology in Molière

pp. 57-70

What’s the Worst Thing You Can Do to Shak/x/espeare?

pp. 71-89

Recent Trends in Editing of Renaissance Drama Anthologies

pp. 91-100

Authority and Theatrical Community: Early Modern Spanish Theater Manuscripts

pp. 101-112

Defining the Proper Members of the Renaissance Theatrical Community

pp. 113-123

No Field Is an Island: Postcolonial and Transnational Approaches to Early Modern Drama

pp. 125-133

“Après le déluge, More Criticism”: Philology, Literary History, and Ancestral Reading in the Coming Posttranscription World

pp. 135-150

Renaissance Drama: Future Directions

pp. 151-160

Still No Precise Subject: The View from French

pp. 161-169

The Work of Italian Theater

pp. 171-184

William Shakespeare’s Regnal Connections: Whose Court Is This Anyway?

pp. 185-195

Tragedy and Trauerspiel for the (Post-)Westphalian Age

pp. 197-208

Hannah Arendt Strasse

pp. 209-217

Notes on Contributors

pp. 219-224

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