restricted access   Volume 54, Number 2, Spring 2014

Table of Contents

Tudor and Stuart Drama

In Memoriam

p. vi
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Articles

(De)Valuing the Crown in Tamburlaine, Dido Queen of Carthage, and Edward II

pp. 259-277
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Sodomy and Stage Directions in Christopher Marlowe’s Edward(s) II

pp. 279-296
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Thomas Nashe, The Vnfortvnate Traveller, and Love’s Labour’s Lost

pp. 297-314
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Jews, Scots, and Pigs in The Merchant of Venice

pp. 315-348
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Opportunistic Portia as Fortuna in Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice

pp. 349-373
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Gender, Genre, and Elizabeth’s Princely Surrogates in Henry IV and Henry V

pp. 375-399
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The Experience of Ceremony in Henry V

pp. 401-421
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Corporate Nationalism in Thomas Dekker’s The Shoemaker’s Holiday

pp. 423-454
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Persia and Kingship in William Cartwright’s The Royall Slave (1636)

pp. 455-473
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Recent Studies in Tudor and Stuart Drama

pp. 475-514
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Books Received

pp. 515-526
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