Volume 31, Number 1, March 2013

Table of Contents

An Editorial Farewell

p. 1
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Articles

Thomas Middleton’s A Mad World, My Masters: From Script To Performance

pp. 3-28
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Two “Jacobean” Malfis: Controversy and Reception in 1892 and 2010

pp. 29-40
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“Look with Thine Ears:” Puns, Wordplay, and Original Pronunciation in Performance

pp. 41-61
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Looking for Shakespeare: Taking Pacino’s Quest Seriously

pp. 63-78
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“What’s this? Mutton?”: Food, Bodies, and Inn-Yard Performance Spaces in Early Shakespearean Drama

pp. 79-94
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King John (review)

pp. 95-99
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Troilus and Cressida (review)

pp. 99-104
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Romeo Juliet (review)

pp. 104-106
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Richard III, and: As You Like It (review)

pp. 107-115
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Theatre Reviews

Cymbeline, and: Much Ado About Nothing (review)

pp. 115-120
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Much Ado About Nothing, and: Macbeth (review)

pp. 120-126
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The Taming of the Shrew (review)

pp. 126-130
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The Merchant of Venice (review)

pp. 130-132
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Doctor Faustus (review)

pp. 132-136
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The Winter’s Tale (in Yoruba), and: The Taming of the Shrew (in Urdu), and: Antony and Cleopatra (in Turkish) (review)

pp. 137-141
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Henry V, and: Timon of Athens (review)

pp. 141-152
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Book Reviews

Shakespeare in Kabul by Stephen Landrigan, Qais Akbar Omar (review)

pp. 153-157
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Shakespeare Closely Read; A Collection of Essays: Written and Performance Texts ed. by Frank Occhiogrosso (review)

pp. 157-162
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