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VOLUME 28

SPRING 1988

NUMBER 2


PUBLISHED BY RICE UNIVERSITY

C O N T E N T S

Maurice Hunt

197-218

"I Sing but after You": Shakespeare's Internal Parody

Richard Horwich
219-240

Lavatch and Service in All's Well That Ends Well

Christopher Roark

241-258

The Changeling in A Dream

William W. E. Slights

259-272

Oratio and Negotium: Manipulative Modes in As You like It

Dale G. Priest

273-286

Deborah Montuori

287-299

The Problem of Slavery in The Custom of the Country

Carolyn Prager

301-317

Take the Number Seven in Cheapside

A. G. Van Den Broek

319-330

Recent Studies in Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama

Jill L. Levenson

331-389

 

 

 

 

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