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  • Sederi 3

    Sederi 3
    Edited by María Luisa Dañobeitia
    Sederi — Granada
    1992
    ISBN 84-7933-105-4

    Contents

    Pag.        
    Ahrens, Rüdiger. Rhetorical means and comic effects in William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night 1-17
    Aguilera Linde, Mauricio D., Rosa Morillas Sánchez. Dulce et utile: Sidney’s contradictory poetic theory 19-29
    Aguirre, Manuel. Towards a linguistic ecology of the Renaissance 31-37
    Bregazzi, Josephine. Weaving an ironic web. Irony as structure in The Duchess of Malfi and The White Devil 39-48
    Calvo, Clara. ‘Too wise to woo peaceably’: The meanings of thou in Shakespeare’s wooing-scenes 49-59
    Dañobeitia, María Luisa. A very commonplace but painful case: A study of Venus and Adonis andThe Rape of Lucrece 61-76
    Elam, Keir. Inelocutio: Shakespeare & the rhetoric of passions 77-90
    Fernández Suarez, Juan Ramón. Henry VIII’s learned wives 91-98
    García García, Luciano. Religion and rebelliousness in Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus 99-110
    Gleeson, Mary. Three scenes of sorcery: An analysis of witchcraft in Macbeth 111-121
    González Fernández de Sevilla, José Manuel. Nick Dear’s adaptation of Tirso’s Don Juan 123-132
    Guerra Bosch, Teresa. On Cressida’s defence 133-138
    López-Peláez Casellas, Jesús. Saint Augustine and the Renaissance concept of honour 139-148
    López-Peláez Casellas, María Paz. La música sacra inglesa en el Renacimiento 149-157
    López Román, Blanca. Multicritical introduction to Shakespeare television adaptations and the BBC Hamlet (1980, 1990) 159-169
    Martínez López, Miguel. The Thomist concept of virtue in Ch. Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus 171-181
    Medina Casado, Carmelo. Presencia de Shakespeare en la obra de Antonio Machado 183-194
    Monnickendam, Andrew. Anti-Scottish sentiment  and the rise of Englishness 195-208
    Murillo Murillo, Ana María. Spanish books in Captain Stevens’ library 209-218
    Olivares Merino, Eugenio. On Prospero’s abjuration of his “rough magic” 219-231
    Oliveira Villacampa, Macario. King James Bible: Language and times 233-242
    Pando Canteli, María Jesús. The treatment of the feminine in Donne’s love poetry: Some traces of the Roman elegy 243-253
    Pérez Valverde, Cristina. Misogyny and witchcraft in the Jacobean period: The case of Mother Sawyer 255-266
    Sáez, Rosa. Religion, law and justice in The Merchant of Venice, Los intereses creados and La ciudad alegre y confiada 267-275
    Sánchez Escribano, F. Javier. Learning Spanish in England in the 16th and 17th centuries 277-291
    Shaw, Patricia. “I like my wiues deuise well”: Resourceful women in Deloney’s fiction 294-301
    Shepherd, Robert K. Edmund Waller Impounded 303-311
    Sierra Ayala, Lina. The religious advice of young Bacon to his Queen 313-322
    Smale, Mervyn. “All our yesterdays”: Time as protagonist in Macbeth 323-328
    Tejera, Dioni. Decisiva influencia de Thomas Gage en el “Western design” de Oliver Cromwell 329-342
    Wallhead, Celia. Complaints about court life in Renaissance England and Spain. A comparison between Edmund Spenser’s Prosopopoia or Mother Hubbard’s Tale and an anonymous letter of 1591 from Madrid to El Escorial (Public Record Office State Papers: Spain 94 vol 4, part 1, folios 51-53v 343-354
    Valdés Miyares, Rubén. “What Knox really did”: John Knox and the Scottish Renaissances 358-365

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  • Sederi 2

    Sederi 2
    Edited by S. G. Fernández-Corugedo
    Sederi — Universidad de Oviedo
    1992
    ISBN 84-7468-512-5

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    Contents

    Pag.        
    Preliminaries 1-8
    Aguilera, Mauricio D.: From Fire to Water: A symbolic analysis of the elements in the Elizabethan erotic discourse 9-22
    Aguirre, Manuel: The Dram of Evil: Medieval Symbolism in Hamlet 23-28
    Bravo, Antonio: A Commentary on four Courtier Poets’ Autographs: 29-38
    Calvo, Clara: Authorial Revision & Authoritative Texts: A Case for Discourse Stylistics and the Pied Bull Quarto: 39-58
    Castillo, Francisco Javier: The English Renaissance and the Canary Islands: Thomas Nichols and Edmund Scory 57-70
    Chamosa, José Luis: The strange fate of the English Arnalte y Lucenda by Diego de San Pedro 71-82
    Dañobeitia, María Luisa: The Inevitable Death of Desdemona: Shakespeare and the Mediterranean Tradition 83-94
    Fortunati, Vita: The ‘Female Page’: Transvestism and ‘Ambiguity’ in Elizabethan Theatre Roles 95-112
    García, Francisco: Mateo de Oviedo, perhaps Ireland’s greatest Spanish Friend of all time 113-122
    Gleeson, Mary: Celtic Undertones in Macbeth 123-134
    González, José Manuel: Existential Needs and Political Deeds in Coriolanus 135-146
    Guerra, Teresa: The Nature of Shakespearean Tragedy 147-156
    Krauel, Blanca: Events surrounding Thomas Malliard’s Will, and English Merchant in Seville (1522-1523) 157-166
    López-Peláez, Jesús: The Inevitable Death of Desdemona: the Conflict between Will and Reason 167-180
    López-Peláez, Jesús: The Inevitable Death of Desdemona: the Conflict between Will and Reason 167-180
    Monnickendam, Andrew: Fallen Fruit, Fallen Men and a Fallen State: Images in Marvell’s Pastoral Poetry 181-192
    Murillo, Ana: Love and Chastity in Two Early English Versions of La Celestina 193-206
    Olivera, Macario: Your Majesty, the Head of the Church of England 207-216
    Pacheco, Margarita: Some Educational Aspects in England in the XVIth Century 217-230
    Sánchez, Javier: The Spanish Match through the Texts: Jonson, Middleton and Howell 231-246
    Sánchez, Ramón: The First Captivity Narrative: Alvar Nuñez Cabeza de Vaca’s 1542 La Relacion 247-260
    Santoyo, Julio César: Lewkenor/Lucanor, 1555?-1627: fragmentos biobibliográficos de un traductor olvidado 261-288
    Shaw, Patricia: Philip II and Seduction a la española in an Elizabethan Roman à Clef 289-302
    Shepherd, Robert K.:Shakespeare’s Henry V; Person and Persona 303-320
    Suárez, Socorro: Blood, Love and Tears: Renaissance Entertainment 313-320
    Tazón, Juan Emilio & Viñuela, Urbano: ‘Caliban’s’ choice in the ‘Irish Tempest’ 321-329

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  • Sederi 1

    Sederi 1
    Edited by Javier Sánchez Escribano
    Sederi — Universidad de Zaragoza
    1990
    ISBN 84-7733-218-5

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    Contents

    Pag.        
    Shaw, Patricia. Ale-wives, Old wives, Widows and Witches: The Older Woman in English Renaissance Literature 9-35
    Olivera, Macario. The Birth of the Bible in English 37-43
    Suárez, Socorro y Tazón E., Juan. Platonism and Love in Sir Walter Raleigh’s life and works 45-53
    Fernández, Santiago. Platonism and Love in Spenser’s minor poetry 55-70
    Chamosa, J. Luis. Poetry translated from the Spanish: The case of England’s Helicon 71-82
    Floren, Celia. Some aspects of rhyme and suffixation in The Rape of Lucrece 83-93
    González, J. M.. Political Strategies of Drama in Renaissance England 94-104
    Martínez, Miguel. The Philosophy of Death in Ch. Marlowe’s Dr. Faustus 105-122
    Dañobeitia, M. Luisa. Duplication and Emulation in King Lear 123-137
    Sánchez, Javier. English translations from the Spanish through French in the 17th century 139-156
    Murillo, Ana. The Spanish Jilt: the first English version of La Pícara Justina 157-177
    Monnickendam, Andrew. Paradise Lost as a novel 179-190
    Mairal, Ricardo. The Semantic Field of “Light” and “Darkness” in Paradise Lost 191-209
    López, Blanca. Sir William D’Avenant’s so-called improvements of Macbeth 211-222
    Ungerer, Gustav. Thomas Shadwell’s The Libertine: A forgotten Restoration Don Juan Play 223-240