Sederi 13

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

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“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