Contents

Volume XXXI: Shakespeare's Female Icons

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(2012)

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Essays

Introduction to "Shakespeare's Female Icons: Sorcerers, Celebrities, Aliens, and Upstarts
by Francesca T. Royster

Ordinary Stardom: The Tragic Duality of Julia Stiles's Ophelia
by Natalie Jones Loper

Desi "was a ho": Ocular (Re)proof and the Story of O
by Dee Anna Phares

Rosalind's Musical Iconicity in Branagh and Doyle's As You Like It
by Kendra Preston Leonard

Ambition and Desire: Gertrude as Tragic Hero in Feng Xiaogang's The Banquet (2006)
by Niamh J. O'Leary

(Un)sexing Lady Macbeth: Gender, Power, and Visual Rhetoric in Her Graphic Afterlives
by Catherine E. Thomas

Condi, Cleopatra, and the Performance of Celebrity
by Francesca T. Royster

Shakespeare's Female Icons: Doing and Embodying
by Ayanna Thompson

Performance Reviews

The 2012 Season at London's Globe Theatre
by Peter J. Smith

The 2011 Oregon Shakespeare Festival
by Michael W. Shurgot

The 2011 Stratford Festival: Richard III and Shakespeare's Will
by Laura Estill

The Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park: As You Like It (2012)
by Cameron Hunt McNabb

Book Reviews

Anna Riehl Bertolet reviews Representations of Elizabeth I in Early Modern Culture (ed. Alessandra Petrina and Laura Toi)

David L. Orvis reviews What You Will: Gender, Contract, and Shakespearean Social Space (by Kathryn Schwarz)

Ryan Singh Paul reviews Shakespearean Thinking (by Philip Davis)

Wesley Kisting reviews Shakespeare's Freedom (by Stephen Greenblatt)

M. Tyler Sasser reviews Shakespeare / Adaptation / Modern Drama: Essays in Honour of Jill L. Levenson (ed. Randall Martin and Katherine Scheil)

Nancy Selleck reviews Twelfth Night: New Critical Essays (ed. James Schiffer)

Erin Felicia Labbie reviews Crossing Gender in Shakespeare: Feminist Psychoanalysis and the Difference Within (by James W. Stone)