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VOLUME 31

SPRING 1991

NUMBER 2


PUBLISHED BY RICE UNIVERSITY

C O N T E N T S

 

David M. Bergeron

231-245

Bertram's Blood-Consciousness in All's Well That Ends Well

David S. Berkeley, Donald Keesee
247-258

The "[Un]reclaymed Forme" of Middleton's A Trick to Catch the Old One

David B. Mount

259-272

Virtue's Sacrifice: A Machiavellian Reading of Macbeth

Barbara Riebling

273-286

Desire and Domination in Volpone

Howard Marchitell
287-308

Maurice Hunt

309-325

Volumnia's Silence

Christina Luckyj

327-342

"With Simular Proof Enough": Modes of Misperception in Cymbeline

Cynthia Lewis

343-364

"We Need No More of Your Advice": Political Realism in The Winter's Tale

Stuart M. Kurland

365-386

Recent Studies in Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama

Anne Lancashire

387-426


 

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