Contents

Volume XXIII

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Part One: Greed, Power, Corruption: The Political Shakespeare

"Malice, Falsehood and Excessive Pride": The Problem of Intolerance in Marlowe's The Jew of Malta
by Gregory A. Wilson

Richard II: Shakespeare's Referents and the Problem of Deposition
by Mark Derdzinski

Birth Order of Children in King Lear
by Mark Taylor

Inside-Out and Outside-In: Landscape and the Unnatural in Shakespeare's Hamlet and Macbeth
by Sharon Emmerichs

"Carousing Till the Second Cock": The Macbeths, the Porter, and "Slaves of Drink"
by Tony Stafford

Ophelia as Iago
by K. E. Duffin

Shakespeare on Stage in Pre-War Germany: From the Memoirs of Fritz Kortner
by Neil Blackadder

The Narrative of Joan of Arc and Shakespeare's Motives in Henry V
by Mythili Kaul

Psalms and Sonnets: 146 and 147
by Fred Blick

Part Two: Festival Reviews

Acting Is Eloquence: The Performances of Clemson Shakespeare Festival XII
by John R. Ford

Oregon Shakespeare Festival 2003
by Michael W. Shurgot

The 2003 Alabama Shakespeare Festival's Romeo and Juliet
by Craig Barrow

Troilus and Cressida as Performed by the Tom Patterson Theatre, Stratford, Canada
by Owen E. Brady

Book Reviews

Wendy Wall. Staging Domesticity: Household Work and English Identity in Early Modern Drama.
reviewed by David Landreth

Pamela Allen-Brown. Better a Shrew Than a Sheep: Women, Drama, and the Culture of Jest in Early Modern England.
reviewed by Brandon Fralix

Natasha Korda. Shakespeare's Domestic Economies: Gender and Property in Early Modern England.
reviewed by Jennifer E. Singeltary

List of Illustrations

Coriolanus, Coriolanus, Clemson Shakespeare Festival 2003

Coriolanus and his mother, Coriolanus, Clemson Shakespeare Festival 2003

Petruchio and Kate, Taming of the Shrew, Clemson Shakespeare Festival 2003

Prospero and Miranda, The Tempest, Clemson Shakespeare Festival 2003

Thersites et al., Troilus and Cressida, Stratford Festival 2003

Hector et al., Troilus and Cressida, Stratford Festival 2003