Volume 66, Number 3, Fall 2015

Table of Contents

From the Editor

p. 251
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Essays

Shakespeare, Playfere, and the Pirates

pp. 252-285
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“Continuall Factions”: Politics, Friendship, and History in Julius Caesar

pp. 286-307
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“How easy is a bush supposed a bear?”: Differentiating Imaginative Production in A Midsummer Night’s Dream

pp. 308-328
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Book Reviews

Shakespeare and the Urgency of Now: Criticism and Theory in the Twenty-First Century ed. by Cary DiPietro, Hugh Grady (review)

pp. 329-332
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What’s the Worst Thing You Can Do to Shakespeare? by Richard Burt, Julian Yates (review)

pp. 333-335
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Shakespeare Up Close: Reading Early Modern Texts ed. by Russ McDonald, Nicholas D. Nace, Travis D. Williams (review)

pp. 335-337
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Shakespeare, Rhetoric and Cognition by Raphael Lyne (review)

pp. 338-340
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Shakespeare’s Schoolroom: Rhetoric, Discipline, Emotion by Lynn Enterline (review)

pp. 341-343
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Shakespeare’s Boys: A Cultural History by Katie Knowles (review)

pp. 343-346
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Shakespeare and the Truth of Love: The Mystery of “The Phoenix and Turtle.” by James P. Bednarz (review)

pp. 346-347
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The Ovidian Vogue: Literary Fashion and Imitative Practice in Late Elizabethan England by Daniel D. Moss (review)

pp. 347-350
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Drama and the Transfer of Power in Renaissance England by Martin Wiggins (review)

pp. 350-352
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The Myth of Rome in Shakespeare and His Contemporaries by Warren Chernaik (review)

pp. 353-355
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Celtic Shakespeare: The Bard and the Borderers ed. by Willy Maley, Rory Loughnane (review)

pp. 355-358
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French Reflections in the Shakespearean Tragic: Three Case Studies by Richard Hillman (review)

pp. 358-359
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Shakespeare in America by Alden T. Vaughan, Virginia Mason Vaughan (review)

pp. 359-362
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Performing Economic Thought: English Drama and Mercantile Writing, 1600–1642 by Bradley D. Ryner (review)

pp. 362-364
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Sleep, Romance and Human Embodiment: Vitality from Spenser to Milton by Garrett A. Sullivan Jr (review)

pp. 364-367
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Reading and the History of Race in the Renaissance by Elizabeth Spiller, and: Renaissance Paratexts ed. by Helen Smith, Louise Wilson (review)

pp. 367-370
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Reading the Unseen: (Offstage) “Hamlet.” by Stephen Ratcliffe, and: Stay, Illusion!: The Hamlet Doctrine by Simon Critchley, Jamieson Webster (review)

pp. 370-374
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Rethinking Historicism from Shakespeare to Milton ed. by Ann Baynes Coiro, Thomas Fulton, and: Shakespeare and the Staging of English History by Janette Dillon, and: Shakespeare’s History Plays: Rethinking Historicism by Neema Parvini (review)

pp. 374-378
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Shakespeare and World Cinema by Mark Thornton Burnett (review)

pp. 379-380
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OuterSpeares: Shakespeare, Intermedia, and the Limits of Adaptation by Daniel Fischlin, and: Shakespeare and YouTube: New Media Forms of the Bard by Stephen O’Neill (review)

pp. 381-383
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Contributors

pp. 384-388
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