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  Volume 64, Number 3, Fall 2013

Table of Contents

Positions

The Burdens of Mind Reading in Shakespeare’s Othello: A Cognitive and Psychoanalytic Approach to Iago’s Theory of Mind

pp. 265-294
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“Iago’s Theory of Mind”: A Response to Paul Cefalu

pp. 295-300
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“If it be love indeed”: Transference, Love, and Anthony and Cleopatra

pp. 301-333
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Shakespeare as Rorschach: A Response to David Hillman

pp. 334-342
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Knots and Questions: A Response to David Hillman

pp. 343-348
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Essay

“That map which deep impression bears”: Lucrece and the Anatomy of Shakespeare’s Sympathy

pp. 349-371
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Book Reviews

Shakespeare: Upstart Crow to Sweet Swan, 1592–1623 by Katherine Duncan-Jones (review)

pp. 372-375
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The Truth about William Shakespeare: Fact, Fiction and Modern Biographies by David Ellis, and: Shakespeare’s Shrine: The Bard’s Birthplace and the Invention of Stratford-upon-Avon by Julia Thomas (review)

pp. 375-378
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The Life of William Shakespeare: A Critical Biography by Lois Potter (review)

pp. 378-380
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Shakespeare, Theatre, and Time by Matthew D. Wagner (review)

pp. 381-382
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Shakespeare’s Common Prayers: The Book of Common Prayer and the Elizabethan Age by Daniel Swift, and: The Unheard Prayer: Religious Toleration in Shakespeare’s Drama by Joseph Sterrett (review)

pp. 383-384
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Shakespeare, the Bible, and the Form of the Book: Contested Scriptures ed. by Travis DeCook, Alan Galey (review)

pp. 385-386
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The Aesthetics of Service in Early Modern England by Elizabeth Rivlin, and: Intimacy and Sexuality in the Age of Shakespeare by James M. Bromley (review)

pp. 386-389
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Shakespeare’s Musical Imagery by Christopher R. Wilson (review)

pp. 389-391
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Contributors

pp. 392-394
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Research Areas

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