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  • Sederi 10

    Sederi 10
    Editor:
    María Fuencisla García-Bermejo Giner
    Gudelia Rodríguez Sánchez
    Javier Sánchez Díez
    ISSN 1135-7789

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    Pag.        
    Contents and Editors’ Foreword 7-8
    BLAKE, N.F. “The Study of Shakespeare’s Language: Its Implications for Editors, Critics and Translators” 11-30
    DE LA CRUZ CABANILLAS, ISABEL. “Lexical Ambiguity and Wordplay in Shakespeare” 31-36
    GUZMÁN GONZÁLEZ, TRINIDAD. “Gender, Grammar and Poetry: Early 17th-Century Miscellanies in the Light of Historical Sociolinguistics” 37-46
    O’ NEILL, MARÍA. “Strategies of Rebuttal in the Spelling Reform Debate: An Analysis of Richard Mulcaster’s Denunciation of the Phonemic Reformers” 47-52
    SÁNCHEZ ROURA, MARÍA TERESA. “Epistolary Formulae in Late Middle English Commercial Correspondence: the Cely Letters” 53-60
    VERDAGUER, ISABEL. “English Verbs of Intellectual Activity in the Renaissance: A Cognitive Approach” 61-66
    HOENSELAARS, TON. “The Seventeenth-Century Reception of English Renaissance Drama in Europe” 69-88
    CASANOVA, JORGE. “Robert Burton’s Portrait ‘Philosophically, Medicinally and Historically’ Supported” 89-96
    CUDER DOMÍNGUEZ, PILAR. “Merry Wives and Widows in Aphra Behn’s Later Comedies” 97-104
    FIGUEROA DORREGO, JORGE. “Men’s Inconstancy in the Prose Fiction of Mary Wroth and María de Zayas” 105-110
    MONNICKENDAM, ANDREW. “The Meerie Lawes of 1646: The Parliament of Women as Lampoon and Subversion” 111-120
    STONE, JOHN. “John Cowell’s Interpreter: Legal Tradition and Lexicographical Innovation” 121-130
    GARCÍA GARCÍA, LUCÍANO. “Towards a Definition of European Tragicomedy and Romantic Comedy of the Seventeenth Century: The Courtly Fashion in England and Spain” 131-140
    PARDO GARCÍA, PEDRO JAVIER. “Parody, Satire and Quixotism in Beaumont’s The Knight of the Burning Pestle” 141-152
    MEIRA SERRAS, ADELAIDE. “The Will to Reform. Milton’s and Verney’s Educational Projects” 153-158
    VÉLEZ NÚÑEZ, RAFAEL. “Music Symbolism in Stuart Pageantry” 159-164
    WHITLOCK, KEITH. “Shakespeare’s The Tempest: Some Thought Experiments” 167-184
    ÁLVAREZ FAEDO, MARÍA JOSÉ. “Two Film Versions of Othello: A Twentieth-century Approach to Shakespeare’s Play” 185-193
    CARVALHO HOMEM, RUI. “Of Power and Race and Sex – with due respect: on some Portuguese translations of Othello” 194-204
    CEREZO MORENO, MARTA. “The Controlling Force of Rome in Coriolanus and Julius Caesar” 205-210
    HIDALGO, JUAN CARLOS. “The Split ‘I’ in Celestino Coronado’s Hamlet” 211-216
    FIUEIRÒA NAVARRO MACHADO, MARIA SALOMÉ. “The Sins of the Fathers: Marlowe’s Barabas and Shakespeare’s Shylock” 217-224
    OLIVARES MERINO, EUGENIO. “The Fismonger’s Daughter Goes Crazy (I): the Domineering Father, the Mad Lover, and the Dead Mother” 225-238
    SÁNCHEZ ESCRIBANO, F. JAVIER. “English Renaissance Studies in Spain: A Bibliography up to 1995” 241-304

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  • Sederi 9

    Sederi 9
    Editor: Jesús Cora
    Assistant Editors: Isabel de la Cruz
    and Guzmán Mancho Barés
    General Editor: S. G. Fernández-Corugedo
    ISSN 1135-7789

    Contents

    SECTION I: TOPICS IN RENAISSANCE ENGLISH Pag.        
    Cruz Cabanillas, Isabel de la. English Etymological Respellings and Their Influence upon Pronunciation 1-8
    García-Bermejo Giner, María Fuencisla. The Northern/Scottish Dialect in Nathaniel Woodes’ A Conflict of Conscience (1581) 9-22
    González Álvarez, Dolores. Evaluative Subject Modifiers in Early Modern English 23-38

    SECTION II: TOPICS IN LITERATURE & CRITICISM Pag.        
    Borot, Luc. Early Journalism in Sixteenth- and Seventeeth-Century England: The Interface between Literature and “Popular Culture” 41-58
    Ungerer, Gustav. Juan Pantoja de la Cruz and the Circulation of Gifts Between the English and Spanish Courts in 1604/5 59-78
    Cuder Domínguez, Pilar. “In Stella’s face I read”: Stella as Palimpsest in Sidney’s Sonnet Sequence 79-84
    Hernández Santano, Sonia. Corrupted Platonism in Astrophil and Stella: The Expression of Desire 85-90
    Cora Alonso, Jesús. Donne’s Holy Sonnet I and Alciato’s Emblem CXXI 91-122
    Pando Cantelli, María J. Sonnets, Rooms, Tears and Books: the Poetics of Physical Spaces in Donne’s Love Poetry 123-128
    Prieto Pablos, Juan Antonio. John Donne’s Rhetoric of Suspension 129-134
    Ribes Triver, Purificación. Religious Struggle in John Donne and Ausiàs March 135-148
    Carvalho Homem, Rui. Difficult Ancestors: Modern Irish Poets and their Elizabethan Predecessors 149-158
    Relvas, María Jesús. Baltasar Gracián and the Ethics of the Renaissance 159-162
    Curbet, Joan. “Changeling love”: The Function of Cupid in Fulke Greville’s Caelica 163-170
    Flotats, Rosa. Three and its Content: Thought, Hope, Poetry in Milton 171-178
    Sáez Hidalgo, Ana. The Romantic Robert Burton or the Art of Forgery 1179-188
    Stone, John. A Gardenist Reading of Andrew Marvell’s “Upon Appleton House” 189-202
    López-Peláez Casellas, Jesús. The Enemy Within: Otherness in T. Dekker’s Lust’s Dominion 203-208
    Vélez Núñez, Rafael. The Poetical Mind in Ben Jonson’s Masques 209-214

    SECTION III: SHAKESPEARE Pag.        
    Campbell, Gordon. Obelisks and Pyramids in Shakespeare, Milton and Alcalá 217-232
    Wilson, Hugh. Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew and Traces of Spanish Influence: Or, Exemplary Tales, and Picaresque Fictions 233-256
    Machado, María Salomé. Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew and Johnson’s Epicoene: The Women in the Stocks 257-264
    Ballesteros González, Antonio. The Ominous Fate of Monstrosity in King Lear 265-270
    Bueno Alonso, Jorge Luis. History, Patriotism and Religion in William Shakespeare’s Henry V 271-284
    González Campos, Miguel Ángel. Shakespeare in Outer Space: Forbidden Planet as Adaptation of The Tempest 285-292
    González Fernández de Sevilla, José Manuel. Shakespeare’s Use of History in Escala’s Criticism 293-298
    Muñoz Valdivieso, Sofía. Double Erasure in The Tempest: Miranda in Postmodern Critical Discourse 299-304
    Tronch, Jesús. New Old Readings in the Texts of Hamlet 305-317

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  • Sederi 8

    Sederi 8
    Edited by Juan Antonio Prieto Pablos
    Manuel Gómez Lara & María José Mora Sena & S. G. Fernández-Corugedo
    Sederi — Universidad de Sevilla
    1998
    ISSN 1135-7789

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    Pag.        
    Preliminaries 1-4

    SECTION I: TOPICS IN RENAISSANCE ENGLISH Pag.        
    García-Bermejo Giner, María Fuencisla. “Some Northern Dialect Features in Deloney’s Thomas of Reading 5-18
    O’Neill, Maria. “The Sweet Smoke of Rhetoric”: Some Observations on Shakespeare’s Theory of Language” 19-24
    Rodríguez Ledesma, Nieves. “ Othere places delitables in two sixteenth-century texts” 25-34
    Varela Pérez, José Ramón. “The use of periphrastic do in Early Modern English negative declaratives: evidence from the Helsinki Corpus” 35-46

    SECTION II: TOPICS IN LITERATURE & CRITICISM Pag.        
    Martínez-Dueñas Espejo, José Luis. “Rhetorical tradition and the argument of separation: Milton ‘s The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce 49-58
    Ballesteros, Antonio: “‘The Rest is Silence’: Absent Voices in John Donne’s Songs and Sonnets 59-64
    Crespo Candeias Velez Relvas, María de Jesus. “Sir Robert Sidney’s Poems Revisited: the Alternative Sequence” 65-69
    Jiménez Heffernan, Julián. “John Donne and the New Universe. Retaking the issue” 71-82
    Jiménez Placer, Susana. “New England Puritans: “The Lord’s Free People” 83-90
    López-Peláez Casellas, Jesús, “ocial Function of the Renaissance Concept of Honour: An Introduction” 91-97
    Paiva Correia, María Hélena de. “A Sense of Continuity: lyric sequences, dramatic cycles and narrative pilgrimages in late medieval and early modern Literature” 99-102
    Tazón Salces, Juan. “The Expression of Fear: William Cecils’ The Execution of Justice 103-109

    SECTION III: TOPICS IN RENAISSANCE WOMEN WRITERS Pag.        
    Hutson, Lorna. “‘Who Speaks for Justice?’: Renaissance Legal Development and the Literary Voices of Women” 113-136
    Calderón López, María Isabel: “‘If it be naught’: Margaret Cavendish and the Performance of Transcendence” 137-146
    Cuder Domínguez, Pilar. “‘Pretty Contradictions’: the Virgin Prostitutes of Aphra Behn’s The Feigned Courtesans 147-153
    Domínguez García, Beatriz. “Female Relationships in Mary Pix’s The Beau Defeated 155-161
    Villegas López, Sonia. “Transgression and After: Fathers and Daughters in Susanna Centlivre’s The Busybody 163-169

    SECTION IV: SHAKESPEARE & THEATRE Pag.        
    Wells, R. H. “Shakespeare, Virgil and the Politics of Violence” 173-190
    Solokova, Boika. “A clockwork brick in the Wall: Shakespeare and Communist Aesthetics” 191-201
    Carvalho Homem, Rui. “At the damsels’ feet: Translation and decorum in a nineteenth-century Hamlet 203-209
    Díaz Fernández, José Ramón. “Rosalind in Jeans: Christine Edzard’s Film Version of As You Like It 211-216
    Luis Martínez, Zenón. “‘A Speechless Dialect’: Gender and Self-Recognition in Measure for Measure 217-225
    Muñoz Valdivieso, Sofía. “‘Silence is the perfectest herald of joy’: The Claudio-Hero Plot in Kenneth Branagh’s Much Ado About Nothing 227-232
    Portillo, Rafael and Mercedes Salvador. “Shakespeare in Spanish Translations: Recent Findings About the Nacente Collection” 233-238
    Tronch Pérez, Jesús. “‘Conflation’ in the non-conflated Shakespearian editions” 239-249
    Cora Alonso, Jesús. “The Circle Pattern in Ben Jonson’s Volpone 251-268
    Figueirôa Navarro Machado, Maria Salomé. “The Three Faces of the Goddess in Ben Jonson’s Masque of Queens 269-274
    González Campos, Miguel Ángel. “Crime, Revenge and Horror: Peter Greenaway’s The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover as a Jacobean Revenge Tragedy” 275-280
    González Fernández de Sevilla, José Manuel. “The Court Drama of Ben Jonson and Calderón” 281-290
    Hidalgo Ciudad, Juan Carlos. “Marlowe, Jarman, and Edward II : Use or Abuse?” 291-295
    Vélez Núñez, Rafael. “Beyond the emblem: Alchemical Albedo in Ben Jonson’s The Masque of Blacknes 297-304

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  • Sederi 7

    Sederi 7
    Edited by S. G. Fernández-Corugedo
    Assistant Editors Emma Lezcano & Francisco Martín
    Sederi — Universidade da Coruña
    1996
    ISSN 1135-7789

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    SECTION I: TOPICS IN RENAISSANCE ENGLISH Pag.        
    Fanego, Teresa. English in Transition 1500-1700: On Variation in Second Person Singular Pronoun Usage 5-16
    Calvo López, Clara. The Tragicall Historie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke and the Pronouns of Address: Q1 (1603) versus Q2 (1604/5) 17-22
    Martín Miguel, Francisco & González, Santiago . Addressing Formulae and Politeness in The Shepheards Calender 23-38
    Gómez Soliño, José S. Continental English and the Standardization of the English Language in the Early Sixteenth Century: 1525-1540 39-46
    Expósito, María Cruz. Internal Relations in Double-headed Noun Phrases 47-56
    Lezcano, Emma. The choice of relativizers in Early Modern English: evidence from the Helsinki Corpus 57-66
    Núñez Pertejo, Paloma. The House is Building: Active Progressive with Passive Meaning 67-72
    Verdaguer, Isabel & Poch, Anna. The interaction of polysemy and complementation: A case study 73-79
    Stone, John. Seventeenth-Century Jurisprudence and Eighteenth-Century Lexicography: Sources for Johnson’s Notion of Authority: 79-92
    O’Neill, Maria. Forgotten Figure on the Bridge 93-98
    Lopez, Ambrosio. The Reinassance Environement of the first Spanish Grammar Published in Sixteenth Century England 99-106
    Crespo, Begoña. English and French as L1 and L2 in Renaissance England : A Consequence of Medieval Nationalism 107-114
    Doval, Susana. The English spelling reform in the light of the works of Richard Mulcaster and John Hart 115-126

    SECTION II: TOPICS IN LITERATURE & CRITICISM Pag.        
    Shaw, Patricia. Mad Moll and Merry Meg: the Roaring Girls as Popular Heroine in Elizabethan and Jacobean Writings 129-140
    De Paiva Correia, Maria Hélena. Lyric and lyric sequences 141-146
    Ribes, Purificación. John Donne: Holy Sonnet XIV or the Plenitude of Metaphor 147-152
    Lojo, Laura. John Donne. The New Turn of Classical Tradition 153-158
    Sánchez Mosquera, Ana María. Blurred Contours: An Attempt to Deconstruct the Female Character in Books I and III of Edmund Spenser’s The Faerie Queene 159-164
    Flotats, Rosa. Knowledge and Science in Paradise Lost 169-172
    Tazón, Juan. Death in Northern Africa: the Battle of Alcazar & its Theatrical Representation 173-178
    Carvalho, Rui. ‘A more Familiar Straine’: Puppetry and Burlesque, or, Translation as Debasement in Ben Jonson’s Bartholomew Fair 179-186

    SECTION III: SHAKESPEARE Pag.        
    Cooper, Helen. Hamlet and the Invention of Tragedy 189-200
    Tronch, Jesús. Dramaturgy of the Acting Version of the First Quarto of Hamlet 201-216
    Gómez Lara, Manuel. Emblems of  Darkness: Othello 1604 & the Masque of Blackness 1605 217-226
    Prieto Pablos, Juan Antonio. Shakespearean Strategies of (Dis)Orientation in Othello , act I 225-230
    Manzanas, Ana María. Conversion narratives: Othello and other black characters in Shakespeare’s and Lope de Vega’s plays 231-236
    Gregor, Keith. The Elusive Ensign: Towards a ‘Grammar’ of Iago’s Motives 237-242
    Ballesteros, Antonio: ‘Deformed, unfinished, sent before my time’: Monstrosity in Richard III and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein 243-248
    Alvarez Faedo, María José. The Epic Tone in Shakespeare’s Henry V 249-252
    Cora, Jesús: Shylock’s five-facetted character 253-260
    Arias Doblas, María del Rosario. Gender Ambiguity and Desire in Twelfth Night 261-264
    González Campos, Miguel Angel: An Isle full of Noises, Sounds and Sweet Airs: Shakespeare’s The Tempest and Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Red 265-268
    Muñoz Valdivieso, Sofía. ‘He hourly humanizes’: Transformations and Appropiations of Shakespeare’s Caliban 269-272
    Soubriet, Beatriz. Ovid & Shakespeare’s Venus and Adonis: A Study of sexual-role reversal 273-276
    Bueno Alonso, Jorge Luis. The Fair and the Unfair: Renaissance Images and their change in Shakespeare’s Sonnets 277-286
    Martínez, Miguel. Teaching Shakespeare’s Sonnets: Time as Fracture in Sonnets 18, 60, 73 287-296
    Sánchez Escribano, F. Javier: Who’s who in Sederi (1996) 297-318

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  • Sederi 6

    Sederi 6
    Edited by Ana María Manzanas Calvo & S. G. Fernández-Corugedo
    Sederi — Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha
    1996
    ISSN 1135-7789

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    Ballesteros González, Antonio. “Lost in Paradisiacal Beauty: Milton ‘s Re-writing of the Narcisus Myth” 7-12
    Calvo, Clara. “Shakespeare’s and the Press: the Ideological Appropriation of Romeo and Juliet 13-19
    Cora Alonso, Jesús, “Two Examples of Poetic Parallelism between John Donne and Lope de Vega” 21-28
    Chamosa González, Jose Luis. “Some Comments on Sir Philip Sidney’s Certain Sonnets : Heterogeneity and Unity” 29-36
    Félix García, María del Mar, “ The Spanish Tragedy and Los Comendadores de Córdoba . Two Different Appoaches to the Senecan Revenge Theme” 37-42
    Castillo, Francisco Javier: The English Renaissance and the Canary Islands: Thomas Nichols and Edmund Scory 43-51
    González Fernández de Sevilla, José Manuel. “ A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Almagro” 53-58
    González y Fernández-Corugedo, Santiago. “Editing Renaissance Classics in Spain in the 90’s” 59-74
    Gray, Douglas. “Ends and Beginnings in the Earlier Sixteenth-Century Drama” 75-91
    López-Peláez Casellas, Jesús. “Woman as Text in Othello and in Calderon’s Dramas de Honor” 93-98
    Manzanas Calvo, Ana María. “Ideological Tensions in Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko 99-105
    López Martínez, Miguel. “Overreaching Flesh and Soul : The Theme of Damnation in Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus and Tirso de Molina’s Don Juan 107-115
    Martínez Lorente, Joaquín. “Possible-World Theories and the Two Fictional Worlds of More’s Utopia : How Much (and How) Can We Apply?” 117-123
    Olivera Villacampa, Macario. “Hypocrites in Puritan Doctrine” 125-130
    Prieto Pablos, Juan Antonio. “For the Love of Gaveston: Edward II and Audience Response in Elizabeth England” 131-146
    Rodríguez Ledesma, María Nieves. “Distribution of Lexical Doublets in The Compaynt of Scotland” 147-151
    Sáez González, Rosa. “Tragic Heroes: Avengers or Victims” 153-161
    Sánchez Escribano, Javier. “Shakespeare’s Richard II : A Historical Reading” 163-173
    Sánchez Roura, María Teresa. “Addressing the Audience of the Towneley Plays” 175-188
    Shepherd, Robert K. “How Scottish Weather Affected the English Literary Climate” 189-195
    Soubriet Velasco, Beatriz. “Chaos and Harmony in Middleton’s A Game at Chess 197-201
    Tejera, Dionisia. “Spanish-English Relationship in the Work of Thomas Gage; al. Tomás de Santa María” 203-208
    Thompson, Ann. “Feminist Criticism: The First/Last Twenty Years” 209-214
    Whitlock, Keith. “The Spanish Gypsy Under the Spanish Eyes” 215-227
    Wilcox, Helen: “‘The soul in Paraphrase’: The Devotional Poetry of George Herbert and his Contemporaries” 229-240

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  • Sederi 4

    Sederi 4
    Edited by Teresa Guerra Bosch
    Sederi — Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
    1993
    ISBN 84-88412-02-9

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    Contents

    Pag.        
    Preliminaries 1-5
    Aguirre, Manuel: Repetition Metaphor and Conceit in the Renaissance 5-10
    Campbell, Gordon: Milton and The Languages of the Renaissance 11-21
    Conejo Fort, María Ángeles: In and Out of the Bird-Cage: The Language of Confinement in the Duchess of Malfi 23-30
    Expósito González, María de la Cruz : Relativization and Register: a Seventeenth Century Survey 31-40
    Galván Reula, Fernando: “I am not I, Pitie the Tale of Me”: Reading and Writing (in) Astrophil and Stella 41-62
    Garcés García, Pilar: The Place of Man in the Chains of Being According to Sidney’s Defence of Poesie 63-68
    Gregor, Kreith: Narrative and its Representation in Othello 69-75
    Guerra Bosch, Teresa: Some Analogies in La Celestina and Troilus and Cresida 77-86
    Healy, Thomas: Marlowe and the Drama of Protestant sexuality 87-102
    López-Peláez, Jesús: Tragedy & Shared-Guilt: A Comparative Approach to Othello y El Pintor de su deshonra 103-110
    López-Peláez, María Paz: El laúd en el Renacimiento inglés 111-119
    Martínez López, Miguel: Renaissance Visions of Paradise: Ancient Religious Sources of Thomas More’s The Best State of a Commonwealth and the New Island of Utopia 121-132
    Martínez Lorente, Joaquín: “More’s Utopia ” or “Utopia’s Utopias ?”: How to handle textual and generic doubling 133-142
    Mele Marrero, Margarita: Cony Catchers and cazadores de gatos: An Examination of the Lexis Related to Thieves and Swindlers in England and Spain in the 16th and 17th Centuries 143-153
    Monnickendam, Andrew: The Poet and the Bard 155-164
    Muñoz Valivieso, Sofía: Northrop Frye’s Critical Approach to Shakespeare’s Last Plays 165-172
    Murillo Murillo, Ana María: Redefining Characters in Translation: A Case 173-179
    Olivera Villacampa, Macario: The Book Of Common Prayer: Its Making and Language 181-190
    Sáez González, Rosa: Masks and Characters in The Merchant of Venice and Los intereses creados 191-202
    Sánchez Escribano, F. Javier: Tamburlaine, the Scourge of God: Mexia, Marlowe and Vélez de Guevara 203-215
    Sastre Colino, Concha: The Romance in Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet and The Tempest 217-228
    Shepherd, Robert K.: Criseyde/Creseid/Creseida: What’s in a name? 229-236
    Sinfield, Alan: Dissident Reading : Summary 237-242
    Tejera Llano, Dionisia: Dr. Faustus and D. Juan: Two Baroque Heroes 243-250
    Uhlig, Claus: Remarks on the Chronology of Transition: Renaissance-Mannerism-Baroque 251-271
    Verdaguer, Isabel: Problems in Translating Guzmán de Alfarache into English 273-279
    Sánchez Escribano, F. Javier: Who’s who in SEDERI (1993) 281-305

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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