Sederi 27

Sederi 27
Sederi 27 — 2017
EDITOR
Ana Sáez-Hidalgo
MANAGING EDITOR
Francisco J. Borge López
REVIEW EDITOR
María José Mora
ISSN 1135-7789

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ARTICLES Pag.        
Amelang, David. From directions to descriptions: Reading the theatrical Nebentext in Ben Jonson’s Workes as an authorial outlet 7-26
Guerrero, Isabel. Shakespeare in La Mancha: Performing Shakespeare at the Almagro Corral 27-46
Hornero Corisco, Ana María. Translation of temporal dialects in the dubbed versions of Shakespeare films 47-79
Huertas Martínez, Víctor. Rupert Goold’s Macbeth (2010): Surveillance society and society of control 81-103
Muñoz-Valdivieso, Sofía. Shakespeare our contemporary in 2016: Margaret Atwood’s rewriting of The Tempest in Hag-Seed 105-129
Nicolaescu, Madalina. Introducing Shakespeare to the fringes of Europe: The first Romanian performance of The Merchant of Venice 129-148
Schutte, Valerie. Perceptions of sister queens: A comparison of printed book dedications to Mary and Elizabeth Tudor 149-166
Torralbo Caballero, Juan de Dios. “For know, alas, I’m dumb, alas I love”: Rhetoric of disability, female agency and tragedy in “The Dumb Virgin” 167-192

NOTES Pag.        
Bravo Lozano, Cristina. Book culture in the Irish Mission: The case of father Juan de Santo Domingo (1636–1644) 195-211
Martínez-García, Laura. Nelly or Ellen? Revamping the first English actresses in contemporary popular culture 213-228

REVIEWS Pag.        
Dominic Cooke, dir. The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses (by Víctor Huertas Martín) 231-237
Sonia Hernández-Santano, ed. William Webbe, A Discourse of English Poetry (by Rocío G. Sumillera) 239-241
Robert D. Hume and Judith Milhous. The Publication of Plays in London 1660-1800: Playwrights, Publishers and the Market (by Jorge Jiménez Rodríguez) 243-247
John Knox. El primer toque de la trompeta contra el monstruoso gobierno de las mujeres. Edited by José Luis Martínez-Dueñas and Rocío G. Sumillera (by Carme Font Paz) 249-253
Zenón Luis-Martínez, ed. Abraham Fraunce. The Shepherds’ Logic and Other Dialectical Writings (by Jonathan P.A. Sell) 255-261
Richard McCabe. “Ungainefull Arte”: Poetry, Patronage, and Print in the Early Modern Era (by Nora Rodríguez-Loro) 263-268
Thomas O’Connor. Irish Voices from the Spanish Inquisition: Migrants, Converts and Brokers in Early Modern Iberia (by Óscar Recio Morales) 269-272

PERFORMANCE REVIEWS Pag.        
The Globe to Globe Hamlet Tour: A Celebratory Performance in Elsinore (by Remedios Perni) 273-277

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ISSN 1135-7789 SEDERI, Yearbook of the Spanish and Portuguese Society for English Renaissance Studies, is an annual publication devoted to current criticism and scholarship on English Renaissance Studies. It is peer-reviewed by external referees, following a double-blind policy. SEDERI, is included in the following indexes and repertories: Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature (ABELL) Arts and […]

Sederi 26

Sederi 26
Sederi 26 — 2016
EDITOR
Ana Sáez-Hidalgo
MANAGING EDITOR
Francisco J. Borge López
REVIEW EDITOR
María José Mora
ISSN 1135-7789

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ARTICLES Pag.        
Drakakis, John. Money makes the world go round: Shakespeare, commerce and community 7-30
McJannet, Linda. Timür’s theatrical journey: Or, when did Tamburlaine become black? 31-66
Ortiz-Salamovich, Alejandra. Anthony Munday’s Palmerin d’Oliva: Representing sexual threat in the Near East 67-84
Pascual Garrido, Mª Luisa. Re-Humanising Coriolanus: Community and the ethical self 85-108
García-Periago, Rosa M. More than an Indian teen shrew: Postcolonial and transnational feminism in Isi Life Mein 105-128
Tronch, Jesús. Database-oriented annotation of early modern plays: A proposal 129-156

NOTES Pag.        
Oliveira, Susana. “The intolerable business”: Religion and diplomacy under Elizabeth’s rule 159-164
Schintu Martínez, Paula. “The mobile shall worship thee”: Cant language in Thomas Shadwell’s The Squire of Alsatia (1688) 175-193

REVIEWS Pag.        
Manuel J. Gómez-Lara, María José Mora, Paula de Pando, Rafael Portillo, Juan A. Prieto-PAblos and Rafael Vélez Núñez, eds. Restoration Comedy 1660-1670. A Catalogue (by Ángeles Tomé Rosales) 197-199
Justin Kurzel dir. Macbeth (by Victor Huertas) 201-207
James Mabbe. The Spanish Bawd. Edited by José María Pérez Fernández (by Jordi Sánchez-Martí) 209-216
Bartolomé Sanz Albiñana. La expresión de la sexualidad en las traducciones españolas de “Hamlet” (by María José Álvarez Faedo) 219-222
Oana-Alis Zaharia. Cultural Reworkings and Translations in/of Shakespeare’s Plays (by Mādālina Nicolaescu) 223-225

PERFORMANCE REVIEWS Pag.        
Las Alegres Casadas, Almagro, 2015 (by Isabel Guerrero) 227-231
Recreating Shakespeare: You are my destiny (Lostupro di Lucrezia), Zagreb, 2014 (by Remedios Perni) 232-238

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Sederi 25

Sederi 25
Sederi 25 — 2015
EDITORS
Berta Cano Echevarría & Ana Sáez-Hidalgo
REVIEW EDITOR
Francisco J. Borge López
ISSN 1135-7789

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Contents
Pag.        
Obituary in memoriam Prof. F. J. Sánchez Escribano 5-8

ARTICLES Pag.        
Calbi, Maurizio. Exilic/idyllic Shakespeare: Reiterating Pericles in Jacques Rivette’s Paris nous appartient 11-30
Caporicci, Camilla. The tyranny of immaterialism: Refusing the body in The Winter’s Tale 31-54
Hadfield, Andrew. Grimalkin and other Shakespearean Celts 55-76
Houliston, Victor. Filling in the blanks: Catholic hopes for the English succession 77-104
Lasa Álvarez, Begoña. Constructing a portrait of the early-modern woman writer for eighteenth-century female readers: George Ballard’s Memoirs of Several Ladies of Great Britain (1752) 105-127
Rayner, Francesca. Adapting Macbeth in a Lusophone context: The challenges of intercultural performance 129-151

NOTES Pag.        
Mora, María José. The casting of Sancho in Durfey’s The Comical History of Don Quixote, Parts I-II (1694) 155-167

REVIEWS Pag.        
Camilla Caporici. 2013. The Dark Lady. La Rivoluzione Shakespeariana nei Sonetti Alla Dama Bruna, Passignano Sul Trasimeno (by Cristiano Ragni) 171-173
Pilar Cuder-Domínguez, ed. 2014. Genre in English Literature, 1650-1700: Transitions in Drama and Fiction (by Jonathan P. A. Sell) 175-180
Andy Kesson. 2014. John Lyly and Early Modern Authorship (by Jonathan P. A. Sell) 181-187
Philip Lorenz. 2013. The Tears of Sovereignty: Perspectives of Power in Renaissance Drama (by Víctor Huertas) 189-194
Laura Martínez-García. 2014. Seventeenth- and Eighteenth Century English Comedies as a New Kind of Drama (by Jorge Figeroa Dorrego) 195-200
Ángel-Luis Pujante, Juan F. Cerdá, eds. 2014. Shakespeare en España: Bibliografía anotada bilingüe / Shakespeare in Spain: an Annotated Bilingual Bibliography (by Rui Carvalho Homem) 201-205
Miguel Ramalhete Gomes. 2014. Texts Waiting for History: William Shakespeare re-imagined by Heine Müller (by Francesca Rayner) 207-211
Richards, Cynthia & Mary Ann O’Donnell eds. 2014. Approaches to Teaching Behn’s Oroonoko (by Ángeles Tomé Rosales) 213-217

PERFORMANCE REVIEWS Pag.        
Shakespeare in Almagro 2014: Hambret (by Isabel Guerrero) 219-223

Sederi 24

Sederi 24
Sederi 24 — 2014
EDITORS
Berta Cano Echevarría & Ana Sáez-Hidalgo
REVIEW EDITOR
Francisco J. Borge López
ISSN 1135-7789

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Contents

ARTICLES Pag.        
Clark, Sandra. Women, class, and the language of madness in early modern English drama 7-26
Halpern, Richard. Bassanio’s bailout: A brief history of risk, Shakespeare to Wall Street 27-45
MacCrossan, Colm. Framing “Nova Albion”: Marking possession in Richard Hakluyt’s The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation 47-68
Maley, Willy. Peninsula Lost: Mapping Milton’s Celtiberian cartographies 69-93
Sell, Jonathan P. A. “Warts and all”: John Lyly’s atheist aesthetics 95-118
Matei-Chesnoiu, Monica. The authority of geography in Pericles, Prince of Tyre: Jacob Falckenburgk and Dionysius Periegetes 119-139

NOTES Pag.        
Hutchings, Mark. “Those rebellious Hollanders“: The Changeling‘s double Dutch 143-156
Ramalhete Gomes, Miguel. Intended for the stage: Performance criticism in Richard Brome’s The Antipodes 157-169
Sánchez-de-Nieva, María J. A bibliographical description of the British Library copy of The Honour of Chivalrie (1598) 171-179

REVIEWS Pag.        
Belén Álvarez-Faedo. 2013. Edward II, Dr. Faustus y The Jew of Malta. Análisis de sus traducciones al español (by Jesús López-Peláez Casellas) 183-190
David Nichol. 2012. Middleton and Rowley: Forms of Collaboration in the Jacobean Playhouse (by Tony Bromham) 191-195
William Shakespeare. 2013. Sonetos y Querellas de una amante. English edition, introduction, translation and notes by Luciano García García (by José Ruiz Mas) 197-204
Romana Zacchi and Massimiliano Morini, eds. 2012. Richard Rowlands Verstegan: A Versatile Man in an Age of Turmoil (by Victor Houliston) 205-208

PERFORMANCE REVIEWS Pag.        
Shakespeare à La Brasileira Coulours Portugal: A Review of Sua Incelença, Ricardo III. Produced by Clowns be Shakespeare (by Livia Segurado) 209-215
Shakespeare, Macbeth. Suspense, London Puppetry Festival. Dir. Peter Glanville (London, 18 October 2013) (by Isabel Guerrero) 216-219
Shakespeare, Tempestad. Dir. Sergio Peris-Mencheta (Murcia, 25 October 2013) (by Isabel Guerrero Llorente) 220-224

Sederi 23

Sederi 23
Sederi 23 — 2013
EDITORS
Berta Cano Echevarría & Ana Sáez-Hidalgo
REVIEW EDITOR
Francisco J. Borge López
ISSN 1135-7789

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Contents

ARTICLES Pag.        
Holland, Peter. “A Kind of Character in thy Life”: Shakespeare and the Character of History 7-31
López-Peláez Casellas, Jesús. Strangers at home: The Textual Construction of the Sherley Brothers 33-56
Muñoz Valdivieso, Sonia. From Messina to Delhi: Much Ado about Staging Global Shakespeares in Olympic Times 57-78
Oliveira, Susana. “But Why No Women Write, I Pray?”: Sarah Jinner’s Defence of Women’s Public Voice in Her Almanacs 79-94
Parker, Patricia. Cymbeline: Arithmetic, Double-Entry Bookkeeping, Counts, and Accounts 95-119

NOTES Pag.        
Sánchez-Martí, Jordi. The University of Alicante Library copy of Palmerin d’Oliva (London, 1637): A Bibliographical Description 123-137
Sumillera, Rocio G. Sixteenth-Century Italian, French, Spanish and English Language Learning Material. A Bibliographical Study 139-158

REVIEWS Pag.        
Michael Dobson. 2011. Shakespeare and Amateur Performance: A Cultural History (by José A. Pérez Díez) 161-165
Ángel-Luis Pujante and Keith Gregor, eds. 2010. Hamlet en España: Las cuatro versiones neoclásicas / Keith Gregor and Ángel-Luis Pujante, eds. 2011. Macbeth en España: Las versiones neoclásicas (by Juan Antonio Prieto Pablos) 167-172
Margarete Rubik, ed. 2011. Aphra Behn and Her Female Successors (by Sonia Villegas López) 173-178

Sederi 22

Sederi 22
Sederi 22 — 2012
EDITORS
Berta Cano Echevarría & Ana Sáez-Hidalgo
REVIEW EDITOR
Francisco J. Borge López
ISSN 1135-7789

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Contents

ARTICLES Pag.        
Álvarez Recio, Leticia. Pro-Match literature and royal supremacy: The case of Michael Du Val’s The Spanish English Rose (1622) 7-28
Curbet Soler, Joan. Towards a Miltonic Mariology: the word and the body of Mary in Paradise Regain’d (1671) 29-50
García-Periago, Rosa María. The re-birth of Shakespeare in India: Celebrating and Indianizing the Bard in 1964 51-68
Prieto Pablos, Juan Antonio. Women in breeches and modes of masculinity in Restoration comedy 69-92
Sumillera, Rocio G. Poetic invention and translation in sixteenth-century England 93-114
Zaharia, Oana-Alis. Translata Proficit: Revisiting John Florio’s translation of Michel de Montaigne’s Les Essais 115-138

NOTES Pag.        
Franssen, Paul J.C.M. Sites of transgression: The suburbs and the city in Thomas Dekker’s Shoemaker’s Holiday 133-146
Gregor, Keith. Disaster and after: Hamlet as metaphor in Fin-de-Siècle Spain 147-161

REVIEWS Pag.        
Pilar Cuder-Domínguez. 2011. Stuart Women Playwrights, 1613-1713 (by Jane Milling) 173-174
Jesús López-Peláez, ed. 2011. Strangers in Early Modern English Texts (by Primavera Cuder) 175-180
Abstracts and keywords in Spanish and Portuguese 181

Sederi 21

Sederi 21
Sederi 21 — 2011
EDITORS
Berta Cano Echevarría & Ana Sáez-Hidalgo
REVIEW EDITOR
Francisco J. Borge López
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Contents

ARTICLES Pag.        
Crummé, Hannah Leah. The Impact of Lord Burghley and the Earl of Leicester’s Spanish-Speaking Secretariats 7-27
Oncins Martínez, José Luis. Shakespeare and Chess Again: A Proposal for an Alternative Reading of pawn(s) in King Lear, King John and The Winter’s Tale 29-47
Orkin, Martin. Film and the Uncanny, Shakespeare Making Possible Things Not so Held, Communicating with Dreams 49-70
Paravano, Cristina. The Space of Identity and the Identity of Space in The City Wit by Richard Brome 71-90
Sell, Jonathan P. A. Learning to Scrawl: The Evolutionary Strain in Titus Andronicus 91-116
Bandín Fuertes, Elena. Performing Shakespeare in a Conflicting Cultural Context: Othello in Francoist Spain 119-132
Cinpoes, Nicoleta. Defrauding Daughters Turning Deviant Wives? Reading Female Agency in The Merchant of Venice 133-146
Hickman, Alan F. In a Minor Key: Visual Effects in Shake-Speare’s Sonnets 147-161

REVIEWS Pag.        
Jorge Figueroa-Dorrego and Cristina Larkin-Galiñanes eds. 2009. A Source Book of Literary and Philosophical Writings about Humour and Laughter: The Seventy-Five Essential Texts from Antiquity to Modern Times Lewiston (by Andrew Stott) 165-167
Keith Gregor, 2010. Shakespeare in the Spanish Theatre: 1772 to the Present (by Francesca Rayner) 169-174
Dennis Kennedy and Yong Li Lan eds. 2010. Shakespeare in Asia: Contemporary Performance (by Rosa García-Periago) 175-181
Gary Taylor et al. 2007. Thomas Middleton: The Collected Works and Thomas Middleton and Early Modern Textual Culture (by Mark Hutchings) 183-190