1. “Wose is onwise”: Dame Sirith in Context
  2. Gabriel Ford
  3. pp. 223-244
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  1. The Ireland Prophecy: Text and Metrical Context
  2. Eric Weiskott
  3. pp. 245-277
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  1. Spanish in Abraham Fraunce’s Arcadian Rhetorike and the Political Context of the Summer of 1588
  2. Hannah Leah Crummé
  3. pp. 278-301
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  1. Inhuman Persuasion in The Tempest
  2. Daniel R. Gibbons
  3. pp. 302-330
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  1. “I feare the more”: Donne’s Devotions and the Impossibility of Dying Well
  2. Alexis Butzner
  3. pp. 331-367
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  1. “Or Rather a Wyldernesse”: The Changing Works of Dudley, Third Baron North
  2. Dianne Mitchell
  3. pp. 368-394
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  1. Early Condensations of Gulliver’s Travels: Images of Swift as Satirist in the 1720s
  2. Julian Fung
  3. pp. 395-425
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  1. Lost “in a Sort of Wilderness”: The Epistemology of Love in Richardson’s The History of Sir Charles Grandison
  2. Adele Kudish
  3. pp. 426-445
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  1. Thomas Francklin’s Minos: A Recently Discovered Imitation of Lucian from the 1770s
  2. Leah Orr
  3. pp. 446-472
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