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VOLUME 40

SPRING 2000

NUMBER 2


PUBLISHED BY RICE UNIVERSITY

C O N T E N T S
 

 
 
Gorboduc as a Tragic Discovery of "Feudalism"

James Emmanuel Berg

199-226

Community, Authority, and the Motherland in Sackville and Norton's Gorboduc

Jacqueline Vanhoutte

227-39

"Therefore, Since I Cannot Prove a Lover"

Donna J. Oestreich-Hart

241-60

Epic Transgression and the Framing of Agency in Dido Queen of Carthage

Clare R. Kinney

261-76

The Globe and Henry V as Business Document

Melissa D. Aaron

277-92

Female Performativity in The Tragedy of Mariam

Alexandra G. Bennett

293-309

Mariological Memory in The Winter's Tale and Henry VIII

Ruth Vanita

311-37

Margaret Cavendish's Dramatic Utopias and the Politics of Gender

Erin Lang Bonin

339-54

Recent Studies in Tudor and Stuart Drama

Meredith Anne Skura

355-94

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