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Volume XVI

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See If You Like It
by Arnold Kruger

The Universal Shakespeare?
by Jeanne Addison Roberts

"By two-headed Janus": Double Discourse in The Merchant of Venice
by Joan Hutton Landis

"Foremost in report": Social Identity and Masculinity in Much Ado About Nothing
by Robert Lane

Richard II and Theories of the Subaltern Magistrate
by Alzada J. Tipton

King of the Revels of King of the Rebels?: Sir John Falstaff Revisted
by Anita Helmbold

Henry Chettle and the Unreliable RomeoL A Reassessment
by Jeffrey Kahan

Franco Zefferelli's Romeo and Juliet and the Uses of Cultural Translation
by Robert F. Willson, Jr.

"Lear, Lear, Lear!": Marlowe, Shakespeare, and the Third
by Lisa Hopkins

Disjunction and Subjectivity in The Winter's Tale
by Martha Ronk

A Lightweight Elephant Slept Here
by Robert Anson

A Tale of Two Shakespeare Festivals: Stratford's The Merchant of Venice and Alabama Shakespeare Festival's The Winter's Tale
by Craig Barrow