Sederi 20

Sederi 20
Sederi 20 — 2010
EDITORS
Berta Cano-Echevarría & Ana Sáez Hidalgo
REVIEW EDITOR
Francisco José Borge López
ISSN 1135-7789

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ARTICLES Pag.        
Michael Dobson. The Pageant of History: Nostalgia, the Tudors, and the Community Play 5-25
Carmen Font Paz.“I have written the things which I did hear, see, tasted and handled:” Selfhood and Voice in Katherine Evans’ and Sarah Cheevers’ A Short Relation of TheirSufferings (1662) 27-56
Andrew Gurr.  Baubles on the Water: Sea Travel in Shakespeare’s Time 57-70
Zenón Luis Martínez. Macbeth and the Passions’ “Proper Stuff” 71-101
Ángel-Luis Pujante. The French Influence on Early Shakespeare Reception in Spain: Three Cases of Unacknowledged Sources 103-119
Purificación Ribes Traver. Ludwig Tieck’s Herr Von Fuchs (1793) As the Perfect Embodiment of Romantic Irony 121-142

NOTE Pag.        
R. Scott Fraser. “The king has killed his heart:” The Death of Falstaff in Henry V 145-157

REVIEWS Pag.        
Elliott, J.H. 2009. Spain, Europe and the Wider World, 1500-1800(by Juan E. Tazón) 161-163
Jesús López-Peláez Casellas. 2009. “Honourable Murderers” El concepto del honor en Othello de Shakespeare y en los dramas de honor de Calderón (by Luciano García García) 165-172
Glyn Redworth. 2008. The She-Apostle. The Extraordinary Life and Death of Luisa de Carvajal (by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto) 173-176
Joseph P. Ward ed. 2008. Violence, Politics, and Gender in Early Modern England (by Carme Font Paz) 177-182

Sederi 19

Sederi 19
Sederi 19 — 2009
EDITORS
Berta Cano-Echevarría & Ana Sáez Hidalgo
REVIEW EDITOR
Francisco José Borge López
ISSN 1135-7789

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ARTICLES Pag.        
Leticia Álvarez Recio. Pamphlet literature against the Anglo-Spanish Match: Thomas Scott’s Vox Populi (1620) 5-22
Mª Carmen Gomez Galisteo. Representing Native American women in early colonial American writings: Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, Juan Ortiz and John Smith 23-44
John J. Joughin. Dividuated selves: on Renaissance criticism, critical finitude and the experience of ethical subjectivity 45-70
Lorena Laureano Domínguez. Pericles’ “unknown travels”: the dimensions of geography in Shakespeare’s Pericles 71-98
Sofía Muñoz Valdivieso. “Mine ear is much enamour’d of thy note:” Shakespeare’s intercultural dream in the Indian subcontinent 99-120
Purificación Ribes Traver. Early stage history of Jules Romains’ Volpone 121-150
Javier Ruano García. Looking for regional words in late seventeenth-century England: Bishop White Kennett and his ignored glossary to Parochial Antiquities (1695) 151-176

NOTES Pag.        
Jorge Figueroa Dorrego. Ariadne’s adaptation of Alexander Oldys’s The Fair Extravagant in She Ventures and He Wins 177-188
Mª Jesús Pérez Jáuregui. Henry Constable’s sonnets to Arbella Stuart 189-204

REVIEWS Pag.        
Tres tragedias de venganza: teatro renacentista inglés 2006. Ed., intr. & transl. José Ramón Díaz Fernández. Madrid: Gredos (by Juan Antonio Prieto Pablos) 205-210
Ángel-Luis Pujante and Laura Campillo eds. 2007. Shakespeare en España: Textos 1764-1916. Murcia: Universidad de Murcia; Granada: Universidad de Granada (by Jesús Tronch Pérez) 211-219

Sederi 18

Sederi 18
Sederi 18 — 2008
EDITORS
Jorge Figueroa Dorrego
Clara Calvo López
Javier Pérez Guerra
ISSN 1135-7789

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ARTICLES Pag.        
Díaz Santiago, Mª Victoria. The necromancer Friar Bacon in the magic world of Greene’s comedyFriar Bacon and Friar Bungay 5-26
Fernández Rodríguez, Carmen María. Frail patriarchy and the authority of the repressed in William Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure 27-43
Matuska, Ágnes. “Masking players, painted sepulchers and double dealing ambidexters” on duty: anti-theatricalist tracts on audience involvement and the transformative power of plays 45-59
Ribes Trave, Purificación. Stefan Zweig’s Volpone, eine lieblose Komödie: a reassessment 61-80
Rodríguez Rodríguez, Beatriz Mª. David Rowland’s Lazarillo de Tormes (1586): analysis of expansions in an Elizabethan translation 81-96
Ruano García, F. Javier. North-East Yorkshire speech in the late seventeenth century: a phonological orthographical evaluation of an anonymous printed broadside 97-119
Sell, Jonathan P.A.. Vulgar poesy and the music of disorder in The Tempest 121-145
Taylor, Gary. Historicism, presentism and time: Middleton’s The Spanish Gypsy and A Game at Chess 147-170

REVIEWS Pag.        
López-Peláez Casellas, Jesús. Borge, Francisco J. 2007. A New World for a New Nation. The Promotion of America in Early Modern England 173-179
Sáez Hidalgo, Ana. Álvarez Recio, Leticia 2006. Rameras de Babilonia: historia cultural del anticatolicismo en la Inglaterra Tudor 181-185

Sederi 17

Sederi 17
Sederi 17 — 2007
EDITORS
Jorge Figueroa Dorrego
Clara Calvo López
Javier Sánchez Díez
ISSN 1135-7789

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ARTICLES Pag.        
Coral Escolá, Jordi. Seneca, what Seneca? The Chorus in The Spanish Tragedy 5-26
Cuder Domínguez, Pilar. Re-crafting the heroic, constructing a female hero: Margaret Cavendish and Aphra Behn 27-45
Culpeper, Jonathan. A new kind of dictionary for Shakespeare’s plays: an immodest proposal 47-73
Olivares Merino, Eugenio. Mary Roper Clarke Bassett and Meredith Hanmer’s Honorable Ladie of the Lande 75-91
Queiroz de Barros, Rita. Spelling standardisation in Shakespeare’s first editions: evidence from the Second Quarto and First Folio versions of Romeo and Juliet 93-108
Ruano García, F. Javier. Thou’rt a strange Fillie: a possible source for ‘y-tensing’ in seventeenth-century Lancashire dialect? 109-127

NOTE Pag.        
Monterrey , Tomás. Thomas Lodge’s Rosalynde and the Canary Islands 131-140

REVIEWS Pag.        
Borge, Francisco J. Sell, Jonathan P. A. 2006. Rhetoric and Wonder in English Travel Writing , 1560-1613 143-147
Casas Guijarro, Manuel. Teatre Lliure 2005. Ricardo 3º . Adapted and directed by Alex Rigola. Performed by Pere Arquillué 149-154
Cerdá Martínez, Juan Francisco. Fernie, Ewan, Ramona Wray, Mark Thornton Burnett and Clare Macmanus eds. 2005. Reconceiving the Renaissance:A Critical Reader 155-160

Sederi 16

Sederi 16
Sederi 16 — 2006
EDITORS
Jorge Figueroa Borrego
Clara Calvo López
Javier Pérez Guerra
ISSN 1135-7789

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ARTICLES Pag.        
Adamson, Silvia. Deixis and the renaissance art of self-construction 5-29
Maguire, Laurie. Helen of Troy : representing absolute beauty in language 31-51
Monrós Gaspar, Laura: “Boscovos tromuldo boscovos”: a case study in the translation of William Shakespeare’s All’s well that Ends Well 53-70
Da Cunha Resende, Aimara: “Here’s sport indeed!”: interchangeable voices and mass communication in renaissance England 71-90
Ribes, Purificación: Country viwes and country girls in eighteenth-century England . A history of theatrical rewriting 91-108
Sánchez Escribano, F. Javier Portuguese in England in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries 109-132

NOTES Pag.        
Bueno Alonso, Jorge Luis. Two Spanish renderings of Philip Sidney’s “First Song” from Astrophil & Stella (1591): a reappraisal and a new proposal 135-151
Cranmer, David. English music in the library of king Joao IV of Portugal 153-160
De Pando Mena, Paula: Emasculated subjects and subjugated wives: discourses of domination in John Bank’s Vertue Bretay’d (1682) 161-175

REVIEWS Pag.        
Bueno Alonso, Jorge Luis. A concise companion to Shakespeare on screen , ed. by Diana E. Henderson 179-188
Hoenselaars, Ton. Renaissance and Reformations: an introduction to early modern literature , by Michael Hattaway 189-193
Hoenselaars, Ton. Shakespeare on screen: “ Richard III ”, ed. by Sarah Hatchuel & Nathalie Vienne-Guerrin 195-198
Mora, María José. The Libertine , dir. Laurence Dunmore 199-204
Sáez Hidalgo , Ana. Gloriana’s Rule: Literature, Religion and Power in the Age of Elizabeth , ed. by Rui Carvalho Homen & Fátima Vieira 205-210

Sederi 15

Sederi 15
Sederi — 2005
EDITORS
Jorge Figueroa Borrego
Clara Calvo López
Javier Pérez Guerra
ISSN 1135-7789

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ARTICLES Pag.        
Castro Carracedo, Juan. “To lerne you to dye when ye wyll”: John Skelton and the Ars Moriendi tradition” 5-21
Fanego, Teresa. “Fare thee well, dame”: Shakespeare’s forms of address and their socio-affective role 23-42
Muñoz Valdivieso, Sofía. Postmodern recreations of the Renaissance: Robert Nye’s fictional biographies of William Shakespeare 43-62
Portillo, Rafael. Staging Restoration dramas: practical aspects of their performance 63-80
Ribes Traver, Purificación. Araquistáin’s 1929 version of Volpone 81-100

NOTES Pag.        
Gómez Lara, Manuel J. Ambiguous devices: the use of dramatic emblems in Marlowe’s Edward II (1592) 103-113
Mora, María José. The political is personal: the attack on Shadwell in Sir Barnaby Whigg 115-128
Pujante, Angel Luis & Keith Gregor. The four neoclassical Spanish Hamlets: assimilation and revision 129-141

REVIEWS Pag.        
Prieto Pablos, Juan Antonio. Cerezo, Marta. 2005: Critical Approaches to Shakespeare: Shakespeare for All Tim 145-150
Mora, María José. Eyre, Richard (dir.) 2004: Stage Beauty. Screenplay by Jeffrey Hatcher. Performed by Billy Crudup and Claire Danes 151-156
Loureiro Porto, Lucía. Hart, David (ed.) 2003: English Modality in Context. Diachronic Perspectives 157-161
De Pando Mena, Paula. Luis-Martínez, Zenón and Jorge Figueroa-Dorrego (eds.) 2003: Re-shaping the Genres. Restoration Women Writers 162-167

Sederi 14

Sederi 14
Universidad de Jaén
2004
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Pag.        
Contents & Editors’ Forewords i

ARTICLES Pag.        
Castro Carracedo, Juan. Pium Vestrus Catullum Britannum: The Influence of Catullus’ Poetry on John Skelton. 3
Cora Alonso, Jesús. “This dream is all amiss interpreted”: Julius Caesar, Shakespeare’s Alchemical Tragedy. 17
Demetriou, Eroulla. Michael Du Val and Count Gondomar: an Approximation towards the Authorship of The Spanish-English Rose Or The English-Spanish Pomgranet (c. 1623). 53
George, J.-A. “A pestelaunce on the crabyd queane”: The Hybrid Nature of John Pikeryng’s Horestes. 65
Jowett, John. Timon and Mining. 77
López-Peláez Casellas, Jesús. The Neo-Stoic Revival in English Literature of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: An Approach. 93
Shorrocks, Graham. The Rev. William Hutton’s A Bran New Wark: The Westmorland Dialect in the Late Early-Modern Period. 117
Talvet, Jüri. Between Dreams and Reality: The Message and the Image of Renaissance Humanism. 137
Whitlock, Keith. The Robert Ashley Founding Bequest to the Middle Temple Library and John Donne’s Library. 153

NOTES Pag.        
Abrahams, Eileen. “I Nothing know”: Emilia’s Rhetoric of Self-Resistance in Othello. 179
Agrafojo Blanco, Héctor. The Rise of Modal Meanings in Early Modern English: the case of the Semi-Auxiliary Verb BE supposed to. 189
Domínguez Romero, Elena. Some Considerations on the Pastourelle in Shakespeare’s As You Like It. 199
González Campos, Miguel Ángel . The Portrayal of Treason in The Tempest: The Fourfold Role of a Machiavellian Duke. 207
Loureiro Porto, Lucía. A Corpus-Based Approach to eModE have need. 217
Mesa Villar, José María. Musings from Ophelia’s Watery Voyage: Images of Female Submission in Shakespeare’s and Millais’ Drowning Maiden. 227
Villegas López, Sonia. Aphra Behn’s Sentimental History: The Case Study of Agnes de Castro, or the Force of Generous Love (1688). 239

REVIEWS Pag.        
Bueno Alonso, Jorge Luis. Richard Dutton and Jean E. Howard, eds. 2003: A Companion to Shakespeare’s Works. 249
Figueroa Dórrego, Jorge. Joseph Arrowsmith. 2003: The Reformation. Edited by Juan A. Prieto-Pablos, María José Mora, Manuel J. Gómez-Lara and Rafael Portillo. 265
Machado, María Salomé. Reading Jorge Figueroa Dorrego’s Tecendo tramas, fiando ficcións: Narrativa inglesa de autoria feminina (1621-1688). 271
Prieto Pablos, Juan A. Ángel Luis Pujante and Ton Hoenselaars, eds. 2003: Four Hundred Years of Shakespeare in Europe. 273

Sederi 13

Sederi 13
Universidade de Vigo
2003
ISSN 1135-7789 / ISBN 84-158-234-4

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Pag.        
“Editors’ Foreword” iii
Borge, Francisco J. “Richard Hakluyt, promoter of the New World : the navigational origins of the English nation” 1-9
Calbi, Maurizio. “‘Civil Monsters’: race, eroticism and the body in early modern literature and culture” 11-21
Campillo Arnáiz, Laura. “Spanish translations of culture-bound elements in The First Part of Henry IV : a historical perspective” 23-31
Cougil Álvarez, Rosa María & Ana I. González Cruz. “On the development of deverbal conjunctions. A case study on the grammaticalisation of provided (that) in early Modern English” 33-44
Domínguez Romero, Elena. “Thomas Morley’s First Book of Madrigals to Four Voices . A Pastoral Romance” 45-53
Drakakis, John. “Jews, bastards, and black rams (and women): representations of ‘otherness’ in Shakespearean texts” 55-75
Gómez, Carlos J. “Farcical innocuousness versus morality and satire in the comedies of Thomas Durfey” 77-86
González Díaz, Victorina. “Adjective comparison in Renaissance English” 87-100
Griffiths, Jane. “The matter of invention in Hawes’ Passetyme of Pleasure 101-110
Karremann, Isabel. “One and one is two, three is potency: the dynamics of the erotic triangle in Othello 111-121
Nevalainen, Terttu. “Sociolinguistic perspectives on Tudor English” 123-140
Núñez Pertejo, Paloma. “Adjectival participles or present participles? On the classification of some dubious examples from the Helsinki Corpus” 141-153
Pando Canteli, María J. “‘… and often Absences / Withdrew our Soules and made us Carcasses.’ The destructive power of the female figure in Donne’s Nocturnall and Quevedo’s love poetry” 155-162
Pearson, Jacqueline. “The least certain of boundaries: gendered bodies and gendered spaces in Early Modern drama” 163-181
Relvas, María Jesús. “The literary construction of a monstruous portrait – King Richard III by Thomas More and William Shakespeare” 183-189
Ribeiro, Nuno Manuel Dias Pinto. “The Second Coming: prophecy and utopian thought in John Milton (1608-74) and António Vieira (1608-97)” 191-198
Shea, Colleen. “‘The truest glass’: Ben Jonson’s verse epistles and the construction of the ideal patron” 199-208
Tiburi, Marcia. “Saturn’s body: melancholy and method in the Anatomy of Melancholy 209-218
Vélez Núñez, Rafael. “Melancholic sounds: singing madness in Restoration drama” 219-227
Villegas López, Sonia. “Narrative levels in The Inhumane Cardinal (1696) by Mary Pix” 229-236

Sederi 12

Sederi 12
Universidad de Valladolid
2002
ISSN 1135-7789 / ISBN 84-8448-134-4

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Preliminaries 1-8
Clark, Sandra. “Deeds Against Nature: Women and Crime in Street Literature of Early Modern England ” 9-30
Hammond, Gerald. “Mary Sidney’s Psalms and the Uses of History” 31-50
Hidalgo , Pilar. “On Reading Harold Bloom’s Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human” 51-68
Vickers, Brian, “Jakob Burkhardt’s Idea of the Renaissance” 69-95
Alvarez-Recio, Leticia. “An Approach to the Emblematic Tradition in 17th Century Anti-Catholic Pamphlets” 97-105
Beagles, Martin. “Hidden Spanish Treasure in a Seventeenth-Century Text: The Strange Case of Dr García and Mr Howell” 107-121
Bromber, Robert, “The Liar and the Bard: David Ingram, William Shakespeare, and The Tempes t” 123-133
Cano Echevarría, Berta & Mª Eugenia Perojo Arronte. “Astrophil and Stella: An Unprofitable Relationship?” 135-141
Casanova, Jorge. “‘Before Words’: Seeing and Privacy in Renaissance Poetry” 143-150
Cora, Jesús. “Sleepe fy possess mee nott”: The Return of the Repressed in Lady Mary Wroth’s Pamphilia to Amphilanthus (1621), Sonnets 16 and 17” 151-179
Chu , Hsiang-chun. “‘The master mistress of my passion’: Cross-dressing and Gender Performance in Twelfth Night 181-191
Domínguez Romero, Elena. “‘Between the pale complexion of true love, and the red glow of scorn’: Traditions of Pastoral Love in As You Like It 193-200
Figueroa, Jorge. “Having ‘To Bear the Yoke’: Women and Jest-Books of the Early Seventeenth Century” 201-208
García-Bermejo Giner, Mª Fuencisla. “Regional dialects in Sixteenth-century Jest-Books” 209-228
González Campos, Miguel Angel. “An Effeminate Prince”: Gender Construction in Shakespeare’s First Tetralogy” 229-235
Gregor, Keith & Encarna Vidal Rodríguez. “The ‘Other’ William and the Question of Authority in Spanish Stage Depictions of Shakespeare” 237-246
Harrington, Gary . “‘When the Battle’s Lost and Won’: The Opening of Shakespeare’s 1 Henry IV 247-257
Hernández Santano, Sonia: “Marston’s The Metamorphosis of Pigmalion’s Image : The Ovidian myth revisited” 259-268
Hughes, Derek. “Human Sacrifice and Seventeenth-century Economics: Otway’s Venice Preserv’d 269-279
Kottman, Paul. “ Macbeth and the Ghosts of Sovereignty” 281-300
O’Neill, Maria. “John Hart’s Discourse on Spelling Reform : Disease and War in the Body Politic” 301-311
Rodríguez Gómez, Paula. “ Macbeth ‘s Portrait Of Câd Goddeu. Encounters With The Celtic World” 313-321
Serras, Adelaida. “Dystopian Female Images in More’s Utopia 323-330
Stone, John. “The Law of Contract in Ferdinando Parkhurst’s Ignoramus, the Academical-Lawyer 331-340
Zunino Garrido, Cinta: “Rhetoric and Truth in The Spanish Tragedy 341-348

Sederi 11

Sederi 11
Universidad de Huelva
2002
ISSN 1135-7789

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Kiss, Attila. “The Body Semiotic in the Theatre” 13-23
Homem, Rui Carvalho. “Fleshly Voyages: Ben Jonson, Space and the Body” 25-41
Cano Echeverría, Berta y María Eugenia Perojo Arronte. “‘A Medicine of Cheries’: The Language of Profit in Sydney’s Defence of Poesie” 43-48
Casanova, Jorge. “Crashaw and the Emblem Revisited” 49-56
Domínguez Romero, Elena. “‘By Cruell Love Now Slaine’: Virgilian Structures and Themes in England’s Helicon” 59-65
Figueroa Dorrego, Jorge. “Wroth and Weamys: Two Different Approaches to Pastoral Romance, Love, and Gender” 67-73
Sáez Hidalgo, Ana. “The Spanish Connection of The Anatomy of Melancholy” 75-89
Zunino Garrido, Cinta. “Mycetes’ Rhetorical Failure in Christopher Marlowe’s Tamburlaine The Great” 91-97
Parker, Patricia. “What’s in a Name: And More” 101-149
Álvarez Faedo, María José. “Orson Welles’s Gothic Cinematic Approach to Shakespeare’sMacbeth” 151-159
Barneto Alanís, Alfonso. “‘Momentary grace’: the Platonic Undertones of Hastings’ Prophecy in Richard III” 161-168
Dawson, Janet. “Order and Disorder in Two Versions of Troilus and Cressida: The Case of Ulysses” 169-177
González Campos, Miguel Ángel. ““Had I/ not four or five women once that tended me?”: Paul Mazursky’s Version of Shakespeare’s Tempest” 179-184
Martínez, Zenón Luis. “True Looking-glasses: Narcissism and Motherhood in Shakespeare’s Sonnets” 185-194
Machado, María Salomé. “Defying Convention: the Verbalization of Eroticism in W. Shakespeare’s Othello and J. Donne’s Elegie XIX” 195-202
García-Bermejo Giner, María F. “The Language in Mary Rowlandson’s 1682 Captivity Narrative” 205-215
Gómez Lara, Manuel J. “Trotting to the Waters: Seventeenth Century Spas as Cultural Landscapes” 219-239
Arreciado Charlo, Victoria. “The Decline of the Monarch’s Prerogative: Banks and his Imitators” 241-245
Calero del Valle, María José. “The Ravished Heroine in Restoration Tragedy: Ibrahim the Thirteenth Emperor of the Turks and The Conquest of Spain” 247-253
Domínguez García, Beatriz. “The Search for Female Power in Catharine Trotter’s Agnes de Castro” 255-261
Meira Sierras, Adelaide. “Towards a Female Identity” 263-270
Pérez Vides, Auxiliadora. “Gender, Disguise and the Politics of Marriage in Ariadne’s She Ventures and He Wins” 271-276
Vélez Núñez, Rafael. “Transformations of courtly entertainments: Restoration odes” 277-283
Villegas López, Sonia. “Catharine Trotter’s Agnes de Castro, or the Revision of Female Virtue” 285-290
Álvarez Recio, Leticia. “An Approach to English Anti-Catholicism Through the Analysis of Some 17th Century Anti-Jesuitical Pamphlets” 293-300
Bromber, Robert. “Abandonados and Afortunados: The Prosecution of Corsarios by the Mexican Inquisition” 301-311
Carrillo Linares, María José. “The Days of the Moon: Science, Magic or Poetry?” 313-318
Curbet, Joan. “Dogma and the Limits of Heteroglossia in Sir Thomas More’s Dialogue Concerning Heresies (1528)” 319-329
Monnickendam, Andrew. “The Un-Merry Laws: Marriage, Widows and Adultery in Two 1656 Tracts” 331-341
Whitlock, Keith. “Folklore: opiate of the people or the social cement of middle England?” 343-355