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Sonia Villegas López, “Truth and Wonder in Richard Head’s Geographical Fictions.” SEDERI 30 (2020): 117–37.   DOI: https://doi.org/10.34136/sederi.2020.6                                                         Download PDF   Abstract In line with the method prescribed by […]

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Katherine Romack, “The Romance of Nahum Tate’s King Lear.” SEDERI 30 (2020): 91–115.   DOI: https://doi.org/10.34136/sederi.2020.5                                                         Download PDF   Abstract Nahum Tate’s History of King Lear (1681) refigures Shakespeare’s […]

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Irene Montori, “Representing Creation, Experiencing the Sublime: The Longinian Tradition in Tasso and Milton.” SEDERI 30 (2020): 69–89.   DOI: https://doi.org/10.34136/sederi.2020.4                                                         Download PDF   Abstract This essay aims to […]

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Joan Curbet Soler, “Writing and Weaving: The Textual and the Textile in Spenser’s 1590 Faerie Queene, III.i.” SEDERI 30 (2020): 47–68.   DOI: https://doi.org/10.34136/sederi.2020.3                                                         Download PDF   Abstract Most […]

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Isabel de la Cruz-Cabanillas, “The Secrets of Alexis in Glasgow University Library MS Ferguson 7.” SEDERI 30 (2020): 29–46.   DOI: https://doi.org/10.34136/sederi.2020.2                                                         Download PDF   Abstract This article deals […]

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Luis Javier Conejero-Magro, “The School of Salamanca in the sixteenth century and the way kingship is canvassed in Shakespeare’s Richard II.” SEDERI 30 (2020): 7–28.   DOI: https://doi.org/10.34136/sederi.2020.1                                                          […]

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Sederi 30
Sederi 30 — 2020
EDITOR
Ana Sáez-Hidalgo
REVIEW EDITOR
María José Mora
ISSN 1135-7789

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ARTICLES Pag.        
Luis Javier Conejero-Magro. The School of Salamanca in the sixteenth century and the way kingship is canvassed in Shakespeare’s Richard II 7-28
Isabel de la Cruz Cabanillas. The Secrets of Alexis in Glasgow University Library MS Ferguson 7 29-46
Joan Curbet Soler. Writing and weaving: The textual and the textile in Spenser´s 1590 Faerie Queene, III.i 47-68
Irene Montori. Representing creation, experiencing the sublime: The Longinian tradition in Tasso and Milton 69-89
Katherine Romack. The romance of Nahum Tate’s King Lear 91-115
Sonia Villegas López. Truth and wonder in Richard Head’s geographical fictions 117-37

REVIEWS Pag.        
Magdalena Cieślak, Screening Gender in Shakespeare’s Comedies: Film and Television Adaptations in Shakespeare’s Comedies (by Coen Heijes) 141-44
Neil Corcoran, Reading Shakespeare’s Soliloquies: Text, Theatre, Film, and Efertpi Mitsi, ed., Troilus and Cressida. A Critical Reader (by Jonathan P. A. Sell) 145-50
Mark Hutchings, ed., The Changeling. A Critical Reader (by Cinta Zunino-Garrido) 151-55
María José Mora, ed., Restoration Comedy, 1671–1682 (by Sonia Villegas López) 157-62
Charles Ney, Directing Shakespeare in America. Historical Perspectives (by Víctor Huertas Martín) 163-67
Patricia Parker, Shakespearean Intersections: Language, Contexts, Critical Keyword (by Zenón Luis-Martínez) 169-76
Ángel-Luis Pujante, Shakespeare llega a España: Ilustración y Romanticismo (by Jesús Tronch) 177-81

PERFORMANCE REVIEWS Pag.        
West Side Story (2018–2020) (by Víctor Huertas Martín) 183-88

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A.S.G. Edwards, “William Forrest: Poetry, politics, script and power.” SEDERI 29 (2019): 163–78.   DOI: https://doi.org/10.34136/sederi.2019.7                                                          Download PDF   Abstract This article examines the poetic and scribal activities […]

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Sánchez-García, Inmaculada N. “Uneasy lies the heart that wears a badge: James Gray’s We Own the Night as a Gen-X Henriad.” SEDERI 29 (2019): 135–60.   DOI: https://doi.org/10.34136/sederi.2019.6                                                          […]

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Elizabeth Mazzola, “Suffocated mothers, stabbed sisters, drowned daughters: when women choose death on Shakespeare’s stage.” SEDERI 29 (2019): 109–33.   DOI: https://doi.org/10.34136/sederi.2019.5                                                          Download PDF   Abstract Women who […]