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Kat's Collection of Baroque Essays

Drama

Marlowe's "Edward II" and the Medieval Passion Play Patrick Ryan
Staging the Feminine Performance of Desire: Masochism in "The Maid's Tragedy" Christina Leon Alfar
Naming and Social Disintegration in "The Witch of Edmonton" Richard W. Grinnell
Bethlem and Bridewell in The Honest Whore plays Ken Jackson
Identifying Dekker's Third King in The Whore of Babylon Susan E. Krantz
Sex Averted or Converted: Sexuality and Tragicomic Genre in the Plays of Fletcher Verna A. Foster
Distinguishing Shakespeare from Fletcher Through Function Words Thomas B. Horton
Colonialism, Politics, and Romanization in John Fletcher's Bonduca Claire Jowitt
John Fletcher's Response to the Gender Debate: The Woman's Prize and The Taming of the Shrew Molly Easo Smith
The Renegade in English Seventeenth-century Imagination N.I. Matar
Middleton and Rowley's The Changeling Joost Daalder, Antony Telford Moore
Middleton's Women Beware Women and the Mothering Principle Lisa Hopkins
The "[Un]Reclaymed Frome" of Middleton's A Trick to Catch the Old One D.B. Mount
The Part with Ne'er a Bone In't: Webster's Women and the Politics of Speech Lisa Hopkins
Strategies of submission: Desdemona, The Duchess, and the Assertion of Desire Emily C. Bartels

Renaissance Men

Enough Survives: The Earl of Surrey and European Court Culture William Sessions
Hunting, Hawking and the Early Tudor Gentleman James Williams
Hydriotaphia, "The sensible rhetorick of the dead" Adam H. Kitzes
Constructing a Critical Subject in Religio Medici Samuel Glen Wong
Nashe's "Choise" and Chaucer's Pardoner Robert C. Evans
A Contemporary View of Sir Walter Ralegh John T. Shawcross
Edmund Waller's Sacred Poems Richard Hillyer


Woman Writers

Davies's Astraea and Other Contexts of the Countess of Pembroke's "A Dialogue" Mary C. Erler
A Pack of Lies in a Looking Glass : Urania and the Magic Mirror of Romance Jennifer Lee Carrell
Mary Wroth's Poetics of the Self Nona Fienberg
The Sage Felicia and the Grave Melissea: Diana of George of Montemayor, An Inspiration for Wroth's Defense of Women in Urania Sharon Rose Yang
Pastoral, Temperance, and the Unitary Self in Wroth's Urania Amelia Zurcher Sandy
Constructing a City of Ladies Margaret P. Hannay
Pure Resistance: Queer(y)ing Virginity in Measure for Measure and The Convent of Pleasure Theodora A. Jankowski
Reading Pseudonyms in Seventeenth-century English Coterie Literature Margaret J.M. Ezell

Men of God

Racking the Body, Shaping the Text: The account of Anne Askew in Foxe's "Book of Martyrs" Thomas S. Freeman, Sarah Elizabeth Wall
"The Light of Printing": William Tyndale, John Foxe, John Day, and Early Modern Print Culture John N. King
The same cause and like quarell': Eusebius, John Foxe, and the Evolution of Ecclesiastical History Gretchen E. Minton
Foxe's Christus Triumphans Lynne M. Robertson
"His Apparel Was Done Upon Him": Rites of Personage in Foxe's Book of Martyrs Laurie Shannon
Answering "the Known Men": Bishop Reginald Pecock and Mr. Richard Hooker Charles W. Brockwell, Jr.
Sacramental Theology in Hooker's Laws: A Structural Perspective William O. Gregg
Hooker's Criteria for LiturgyDaniel B. Stevick
Southwell's "New Heaven, New Warre Karen Batley
The Curious Case of Robert Southwell, Gerard Hopkins and a Princely Spanish Hawk Gary M. Bouchard
Southwell's "Christ's Bloody Sweat" Mary Lowe-Evans
George Herbert, Henry Vaughan, and the Conversion of the Jews Nabil I. Matar
Writings of English Cathedral Clergy, 1600-1700: I. Devotional Literature and Sermons Stanford Lehmberg