Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England - Vol. 25

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Contents
Foreword7
Contributors9
  
Articles 
(Gentle)men Behaving Badly: Aggression, Anxiety, and Repertory in the Playhouses of Early Modern London17
    RICHARD ROWLAND 
Sir Giles Goosecap, Knight: George Chapman, Poetaster, and the Children of the Chapel42
    CHARLES CATHCART 
Setting the Stage for Revenge: Space, Performance, and Power in Early Modern Revenge Tragedy62
    JAMES J. CONDON 
King Leir at Gowthwaite Hall83
    DOUGLAS H. ARRELL 
Shakespeare and the Cobham Controversy: the Oldcastle/Falstaff and Brooke/Broome Revisions94
    JAMES M. GIBSON 
Why Greene was Angry at Shakespeare133
    HANSPETER BORN 
Revising Jealousy in The Merry Wives of Windsor174
    REBECCA OLSON 
Symbolic and Thematic Impoverishment in Polanski’s Macbeth191
    CHARLES R. FORKER 
  
Reviews 
Carla Mazzio, The Inarticulate Renaissance: Language Trouble in an Age of Eloquence223
    CHRISTY DESMET 
Gabriel Egan, The Struggle for Shakespeare’s Text: TwentiethCentury Editorial Theory and Practice226
    STEVEN URKOWITZ 

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