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- Studies in Philology
- The University of North Carolina Press
- Shakespeare’s Semiotics and the Problem of Falstaff Volume 113, Number 2, Spring 2016, pp. 337-357
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This issue contains 8 articles in total
- Sir Kenelm Digby’s Interruptions: Piracy and Lived Romance in the 1620s
- “Which first was mine own king”: Caliban and the Politics of Service and Education in The Tempest
- “Valour Will Weep”: The Ethics of Valor, Anger, and Pity in Shakespeare’s Coriolanus
- Shakespeare’s Semiotics and the Problem of Falstaff
- The Politics of Contentment: Passions, Pastoral, and Community in Shakespeare’s As You Like It
- From Priests’ to Actors’ Wardrobe: Controversial, Commercial, and Costumized Vestments
- “Raised unto a cheareful and lively beleeving”: The 1587–90 Diary of the Puritan Richard Rogers and Writing into Joy
- Feats and Feasts: The Valorization of Sir Gareth of Orkney’s “Grete Laboure”
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