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Volume 7 Numbers 1-2 (2003)

religion and the arts

Table of Contents

Introduction: Shakespeare and the Reformation
Dennis Taylor

  1
The Comedy of Errors and The Calumny of Appelles: An Exercise in Source Study
Richard Dutton

  11
"Obsequious Laments": Mourning and Communal Memory in Shakespeare's Richard III
Katharine Goodland

  31
Catholic and Protestant, Jesuit and Jew: Historical Religion in The Merchant of Venice
John Klause

  65
The Accent and Gait of Christians: Hamlet's Puritan Style
R. Chris Hassel, Jr.

  103
Helena and the Reformation Problem of Merit in All's Well That Ends Well
Maurice Hunt

  129
Review Essays:
The Reformation, the Bible in English (1557-1582), Some Popular Pamphlets, and Some Popular Plays of Jonson and Shakespeare
Douglas J. McMillan

  159
Gulielmus Clerkue Stratfordiensis at the English College in Rome: Inconclusive Evidence for a Catholic Shakespeare
Thomas Merriam

  167
Sorting out Catholic and Protestant Elements in Shakespeare
Dennis Taylor

  175
Klal Yisroel Literature or Various National Jewish Literatures?: Two Contemporary Views
Marion Spies

  191
Features:
Book Reviews   197
New Books   205
Notes on Contributors   209
Announcements, Conferences, Exhibitions   212
Abstracts   218
Recent Critical Articles   222
  Volume 7 Numbers 1-2