1. Editorial
  2. pp. 7-8
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  1. Introduction: Strangers and Aliens in London ca 1605 — Is Anyone Stranger than a London Gallant?
  2. Helen Ostovich
  3. pp. 11-24
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  1. The Oxford Marston and The Dutch Courtesan
  2. Martin Butler
  3. pp. 25-48
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  1. ‘La bella Franceschina’ and Other Foreign Names in Marston’s The Dutch Courtesan
  2. Tom Bishop
  3. pp. 49-70
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  1. Sensuality, Spirit, and Society in The Dutch Courtesan and Lording Barry’s The Family of Love (1608)
  2. Sophie Tomlinson
  3. pp. 71-87
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  1. Proximity and the Pox: Pathologizing Infidelity in Marston’s Dutch Courtesan
  2. Andrew Fleck
  3. pp. 89-107
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  1. Living by Others’ Pleasure: Marston, The Dutch Courtesan, and Theatrical Profit
  2. Lucy Munro
  3. pp. 109-126
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  1. How Marston Read His Merchant: Ruled Women and Structures of Circulation in The Dutch Courtesan
  2. Meghan C. Andrews
  3. pp. 127-144
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  1. Cosmopolitan Desire and Profitable Performance in The Dutch Courtesan
  2. Liz Fox
  3. pp. 145-161
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  1. The Dutch Courtesan and ‘The Soul of Lively Action’
  2. Michael Cordner
  3. pp. 163-183
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  1. ‘Our hurtless mirth’: What’s Funny about The Dutch Courtesan?
  2. Erin Julian
  3. pp. 185-205
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  1. ‘Unwholesome Reversions’: Contagion as Dramaturgy in The Dutch Courtesan
  2. Noam Lior
  3. pp. 207-219
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  1. Shakespeare and the Soliloquy in Early Modern English Drama ed. by A.D. Cousins and Daniel Derrin (review)
  2. Joshua Caldicott
  3. pp. 221-224
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  1. Early British Drama in Manuscript ed. by Tamara Atkin and Laura Estill (review)
  2. Brett Greatley-Hirsch
  3. pp. 225-229
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  1. Discoveries on the Early Modern Stage: Contexts and Conventions by Leslie Thomson (review)
  2. Jess Hamlet
  3. pp. 231-233
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  1. Travel and Travail: Early Modern Women, English Drama, and the Wider World ed. by Patricia Akhimie and Bernadette Andrea (review)
  2. Gavin Hollis
  3. pp. 235-238
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  1. Impressive Shakespeare: Identity, Authority and the Imprint in Shakespearean Drama by Harry Newman (review)
  2. Claire McEachern
  3. pp. 239-241
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  1. Robert Armin and Shakespeare’s Performed Songs by Catherine A. Henze (review)
  2. Nicole Sheriko
  3. pp. 243-246
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