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VOLUME 57

Spring 2017

NUMBER 2


   
 PUBLISHED BY RICE UNIVERSITY
C O N T E N T S
 
 
Failed Futurity: Macduff's Son and the Queer Temporality of Macbeth Amanda Zoch
Resistance Theory, Antigonus, and the Bear in The Winter's Tale Philip Goldfarb Styrt
Much Ado about Dancing Anny Crunelle Vanrigh
Circling the Nuptial in As You Like It and Much Ado About Nothing Nathaniel Leonard
Agentive Objects and Protestant Idolatry in Arden of Faversham John Henry Adams
Adoptive Names in Middleton's Women Beware Women Erin Ellerbeck
Ben Jonson's Antagonistic Style: English Catholicism and the Concept of Public Opinion in Sejanus Victor Lenthe
Shakespeare's Comedies, The Passionate Pilgrim, and the Idea of a Reading Public Cordelia Zukerman
The Petition on the Early English Stage Scott Oldenburg