VALE : Voix Anglophones Littérature et Esthétique

PAR: Line Cottegnies, éd., « Religion and drama: Shakespeare and his contemporaries », Etudes Anglaises, déc. 2018

Parution d’un numéro thématiques d’Etudes Anglaises, éd. L. Cottegnies, « Religion and drama: Shakespeare and his contemporaries », 71.4 (2018).

SOMMAIRE :

Line COTTEGNIES : Foreword……………………………………………. 387
Noam REISNER : Theatricalising the Theology of Patient Revenge
in English Renaissance Drama………………………………………………. 393
Joseph STERRETT : “On my word”: Trust and the Word in
Romeo and Juliet………………………………………………………………… 409
Line COTTEGNIES : “What trust is in these times?” Thinking
the Secular State with “the colour of religion” in Shakespeare’s
2 Henry IV………………………………………………………………………… 424
James D. MARDOCK : “I wot not by what power”: Fairies,
Predestination, and Genre in A Midsummer Night’s Dream………. 442
Lynn S. MESKILL : Angels and Daemons: Religion in Antony
and Cleopatra…………………………………………………………………….. 457
Kristin M. S. BEZIO : “Munday I sweare shalbee a hollidaye”:
The Politics of Anthony Munday, from Anti-Catholic Spy to Civic
Pageanteer (1579-1630)………………………………………………………. 473

Chloe Kathleen PREEDY : “The Wished Aire”: Biblical Plagues
and the Early Modern Playhouse…………………………………………… 494

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