InVerbis

Lingue Letterature Culture

Table of Contents number 2, 2016, July-December

  • ISBN: 978-88-43-08150-9
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  • TITLE: Otherness, Transgression, and Subversion in Early Modern English Culture
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  • Vol.: 6
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    • Part I: Texts and Ideology

    • Robert W. Haynes
    • Sir Thomas Elyot's Transgressors and Transgressions: Conflicts of Obedience in Henrician England and Dionysian Syracuse

    • pp. 17-34, DOI: 10.7368/85380
    • Cristiano Ragni
    • Marlowe's 'damnable opinions'. Bruno, Machiavelli, and Gentili in The Massacre at Paris

    • pp. 35-54, DOI: 10.7368/85381
    • Giuseppe Leone
    • Shakespeare's Use of the Ineffectiveness of Poison against Worthy Kings and Good Characters

    • pp. 75-92, DOI: 10.7368/85383
    • Giuseppe Leone
    • From Universal to (Flawed) Particular: Subversive Attempts to Re-Create the Real in Elizabethan Theatre

    • pp. 119-138, DOI: 10.7368/85385
    • Manuela D'Amore
    • "Sundrye strange and inhumaine Murthers" Female Subversion and Punishment in Early Modern Crime News

    • pp. 139-158, DOI: 10.7368/85386
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    • Daniela Tononi
    • Le reportage sentimental: "variations imaginatives" et intertextualité dans La Vénus Internationale de Pierre Mac Orlan

    • pp. 159-170, DOI: 10.7368/85387
    • Chiara Sciarrino
    • James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. A corpus-stylistic Analysis of Its Italian Translations and Implications for EFL Teaching

    • pp. 187-222, DOI: 10.7368/85389