Textus

English Studies in Italy

Table of Contents number 2, 2016, May-August

  • ISBN: 978-88-43-08167-7
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  • TITLE: The Uses of Rome in English Renaissance Drama (edited by Domenico Lovascio and Lisa Hopkins)
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  • Vol.: XXIX
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    • Alisa Manninen
    • Speech and Spectacle as Political Participation for Shakespeare's Roman Women

    • pp. 63-82, DOI: 10.7370/86642
    • Camilla Caporicci
    • "Gods and goddesses - All the whole synod of them!": Shakespeare's References to the Gods in Antony and Cleopatra

    • pp. 83-102, DOI: 10.7370/86643
    • Tommaso Continisio
    • "No matter: let his mangled body lie". Emblematising Ambivalence in Thomas Heywood's The Rape of Lucrece

    • pp. 123-142, DOI: 10.7370/86645
    • Kibrina Davey
    • To Act or Not to Act?: Performing the Passions of Cuckoldry in Philip Massinger's The Roman Actor and The Duke of Milan

    • pp. 143-162, DOI: 10.7370/86646
    • Maddalena Pennacchia
    • Performance Review. Della rovina, di tempo e di bellezza. Shakespeare e il destino di Roma, a Palladium Theatre Production (2016)

    • pp. 213-218, DOI: 10.7370/86649