Articles in this issue
- The Magic of M. M. Mahood's Shakespeare's Wordplay
David Laird, 6.1:3-7.
- Poetry vs. Plot in The Winter's Tale: Modernity and Morality in M. M. Mahood's Shakespeare's Wordplay
Maurice Hunt, 6.1:8-18.
- Doubles and Likenesses-with-difference: The Comedy of Errors and The Winter's Tale
Brian Gibbons, 6.1:19-40.
- M. M. Mahood, Shakespeare's Wordplay: Some Reappraisals. Introducing the Subject.
Inge Leimberg, 6.1:1-2.
- Remembrance of Things Past
Kenneth Muir, 6.1:41-45.
- On Reading Early Accounts of the New World
William Hamlin, 6.1:46-50.
- "Monsters and Straunge Births": The Politics of Richard Eden. A Response to Andrew Hadfield
Claire Jowitt, 6.1:51-64.
- Peter Martyr and Richard Eden: A Letter
Anthony Pagden, 6.1:65-66.
- Dialogue-wise: Some Notes on the Irish Context of Spenser's View
Willy Maley, 6.1:67-77.
- The End of Editing Shakespeare
Martin Spevack, 6.1:78-85.
- More on Reading "Domestic" Tragedy and A Woman Killed with Kindness: Another Response to Lisa Hopkins
S. J. Wiseman, 6.1:86-91.
- A Woman Killed with Kindness: Author's Response
Lisa Hopkins, 6.1:92-94.
- "Crossing the Bar"
Jerome H. Buckley, 6.1:95-97.
- Some Thoughts on Faulkner's "Racism"
Ursula Brumm, 6.1:98-102.
- Derek Walcott's Don Juans: A Postilla
D. L. MacDonald, 6.1:103-10.
- Response to D. L. Macdonald's "Postilla": The One and the Same Redux
James Mandrell, 6.1:111-22.
- D. L. Macdonald's "Derek Walcott's Don Juans": Walcott's Debt to Tirso de Molina
Raymond Conlon and 123-29, 6.1:123-29.
- Comparing the Trickster in a Postmodern Post-Colonial Critical World
Carol Lazzaro-Weis, 6.1:130-34.
- "Shakespeare's Wordplay—Some Reappraisals": A Reply.
Molly M. Mahood, 6.2:135-37.
- Lucius, the Severely Flawed Redeemer of Titus Andronicus
Anthony Brian Taylor, 6.2:138-57.
- Carnival Vindicated to Himself? Reappraising "Bakhtinized" Ben Jonson
Rocco Coronato, 6.2:180-202.
- Hamlet: Reconstructing a Lost Code of Meaning
Anthony DiMatteo, 6.2:158-79.
- Edwin Muir's Chorus of the Newly Dead and its Analogues
Kenneth Muir, 6.2:203-06.
- T. H. White, Pacifism and Violence: The Once and Future Nation
Andrew Hadfield, 6.2:207-26.
- The Texts of Peter Martyr's De orbe novo decades (1504-1628): A Response to Andrew Hadfield
Michael Brennan, 6.2:227-45.
- An Answer to Maurice Hunt's "Modern and Postmodern Discourses in Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale"
David Laird, 6.2:246-50.
- Joan Didion and "Company": A Response to John Whalen-Bridge
Gordon O. Taylor - Joan Didion and "Company": A Response to John Whalen-Bridge and 251-57, 6.3:283-309.
- "I am not Oedipus": Riddling the Body Politic in The Broken Heart
Lisa Hopkins, 6.3:259-82.
- "The country I had thought was my home": David Mura's Turning Japanese and Japanese-American Narrative since World War II
Gordon O. Taylor, 6.3:283-309.
- Richard Eden and Peter Martyr: Author's Response
Andrew Hadfield, 6.3:310-15.
- Poets, Pastors, and Antipoetics: A Response to Frances M. Malpezzi, "E. K., A Spenserian Lesson in Reading"
Peter C. Herman, 6.3:316-25.
- The Need for Editions of Shakespeare: A Response to Marvin Spevack
R. A. Foakes, 6.3:326-29.
- "Lucius, the Severely Flawed Redeemer of Titus Andronicus": A Reply'
Jonathan Bate, 6.3:330-333.
- Re-navigating "Crossing the Bar"
Robert F. Fleissner, 6.3:334-36.
- A Response to John Watters, "The Control Machine: Myth in The Soft Machine of W. S. Burroughs"
Oliver Harris, 6.3:337-53.
- New Mythologies: Mamet, Shepard and the American Stage
Gerry McCarthy, 6.3:354-68.