|List of illustrations||viii|
|Preface and acknowledgements||ix|
|1 INTRODUCTION: The blue-eyed witch ||1|
|2 TEXTUAL INSTABILITY AND IDEOLOGICAL DIFFERENCE: The case of Doctor Faustus||38|
|3 PURITY AND DANGER IN THE MODERN EDITION: The Merry Wives of Windsor||68|
|4 THE EDITOR AS TAMER: A Shrew and The Shrew||101|
|5 BAD TASTE AND BAD HAMLET||132|
|6 JOHN MILTON’S VOICE ||177|
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Book title: Unediting the Renaissance:Shakespeare, Marlowe, Milton.
Contributors: Leah S. Marcus - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: vii.
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