restricted access   Volume 54, Number 2, Spring 2014

Table of Contents

Tudor and Stuart Drama

In Memoriam

p. vi


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

pp. 259-277

Sodomy and Stage Directions in Christopher Marlowe’s Edward(s) II

pp. 279-296

Thomas Nashe, The Vnfortvnate Traveller, and Love’s Labour’s Lost

pp. 297-314

Jews, Scots, and Pigs in The Merchant of Venice

pp. 315-348

Opportunistic Portia as Fortuna in Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice

pp. 349-373

Gender, Genre, and Elizabeth’s Princely Surrogates in Henry IV and Henry V

pp. 375-399

The Experience of Ceremony in Henry V

pp. 401-421

Corporate Nationalism in Thomas Dekker’s The Shoemaker’s Holiday

pp. 423-454

Persia and Kingship in William Cartwright’s The Royall Slave (1636)

pp. 455-473

Recent Studies in Tudor and Stuart Drama

pp. 475-514

Books Received

pp. 515-526