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Volume XLVIII Contents

Forum: English among the Literatures of Early Modernity

English among the Literatures of Early Modernity in 2019
ANDRÁS KISÉRY

Babel and the Bard: ­The Naked Englishman in the European Literary Polysystem
A.E.B. COLDIRON

Shakespeare and the Transnational Mirror for Princes
SU FANG NG

Of the Importance of Imitation: Du Bellay, Shakespeare,
and the English Sonneteers
LINE COTTEGNIES

British Drama as Polysystem: Visualizing Multilingualism
and Mobility
ANSTON BOSMAN

Dramatic Manuscripts and the Transnational Turn
IVAN LUPIC ́

“Let me be th’interpreter”: Shakespeare and the Tongues
of War
KATHRYN VOMERO SANTOS

Samuel Daniel’s The Queenes Arcadia and the Translation
of Italian Pastoral Tragicomedy into Renaissance England
ANDREW S. KEENER

Slavery, Rape, Migration: The View from the Amsterdam
Stage, 1615
NIGEL SMITH

Soldier of Fortuna: John Barclay, England, and the European
Wars of Interpretation
MATTHEW GROWHOSKI

Exporting Francis Bacon’s Essayes
ALAN STEWART

“Wit’s Great Columbus”: Aphra Behn Translates La Montre,
or The Lover’s Watch
KAREN NEWMAN

“While We Thus Value What is Foreign”: Percy’s Hau kiou
choaan
as a Precursor to “World Literature”
NING MA

Europe: A Literary History, 1545–1659
WARREN BOUTCHER

Next Generation Plenary

Introduction

“Mark how he trembles in his ecstasy”: Space, Place, and
Self in The Comedy of Errors
JENNIFER J. EDWARDS

The Sex Lives of Shakespearean Women
JOSEPH GAMBLE

Cosmopolitan Windsor: Seduction and Translation in
Shakespeare’s “English” Comedy
ANDREW S. KEENER

“I had as lief they would break wind in my lips”: Contested
Kisses in Marston’s The Dutch Courtesan
ALEX MACCONOCHIE

Puppet Theater and the Interpreter’s Role
NICOLE SHERIKO

Articles

Hamlet and Progress
MARY THOMAS CRANE

“Of all these bounds, even from this line to this”:
Shakespeare and His World Testing Us to our Very Limits
ANDREW HISCOCK

Debt Culture in Shakespeare’s Time
LENA COWEN ORLIN

Review Article

Visual Shakespeare Studies
BRUCE R. SMITH

Reviews

Kathryn Banks and Timothy Chesters, eds., Movement in
Renaissance Literature: Exploring Kinesic Intelligence
NICHOLAS R. HELMS

Thomas Cartelli, Reenacting Shakespeare in the
Shakespeare Aftermath: The Intermedial Turn and Turn
to Embodiment
PASCALE AEBISCHER

Sophie Chiari, Shakespeare’s Representation of Weather,
Climate and Environment: The Early Modern ‘Fated Sky’
KAREN L. RABER

Sophie Duncan, Shakespeare’s Props: Memory and
Cognition
LIANNE A. HABINEK

Musa Gurnis, Mixed Faith and Shared Feeling: Theater in
Post-Reformation London
TRAVIS DECOOK

Harry Newman, Impressive Shakespeare: Identity,
Authority and the Imprint in Shakespearean Drama
KATHARINE A. CRAIK

Laurence Publicover, Dramatic Geography: Romance,
Intertheatricality, and Cultural Encounter in Early Modern
Mediterranean Drama
ALEXANDER PAULSSON LASH

Amy J. Rodgers, A Monster with a Thousand Hands: The
Discursive Spectator in Early Modern England
EVELYN TRIBBLE

Suparna Roychoudhury, Phantasmatic Shakespeare:
Imagination in the Age of Early Modern Science
DEBAPRIYA SARKAR

Virginia Lee Strain, Legal Reform in English Renaissance Literature
JESSICA APOLLONI