|Introduction Judith H. Anderson and Jennifer C. Vaught||1|
|PART I:||TIME, LOVE, SEX, AND DEATH|
|1.||Sites of Death as Sites of Interaction in Donne and Shakespeare Matthias Bauer and Angelika Zirker||17|
|2.||“Nothing like the Sun”: Transcending Time and Change in Donne’s Love Lyrics and Shakespeare’s Plays Catherine Gimelli Martin||38|
|3.||“None Do Slacken, None Can Die”: Die Puns and Embodied Time in Donne and Shakespeare Jennifer Pacenza||61|
|PART II:||MORAL, PUBLIC, AND SPATIAL IMAGINARIES|
|4.||Donne, Shakespeare, and the Interrogative Conscience Mary Blackstone and Jeanne Shami||85|
|5.||Mapping the Celestial in Shakespeare’s Tempest and the Writings of John Donne Douglas Trevor||111|
|PART III:||NAMES, PUNS, AND MORE|
|6.||Inserting Me: Some Instances of Predication and the Privation of the Private Self in Shakespeare and Donne Marshall Grossman||133|
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Publication information: Book title: Shakespeare and Donne: Generic Hybrids and the Cultural Imaginary. Contributors: Judith H. Anderson - Editor, Jennifer C. Vaught - Editor. Publisher: Fordham University Press. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2013. Page number: vii.
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