Sederi 21

Sederi 21
Sederi 21 — 2011
Berta Cano Echevarría & Ana Sáez-Hidalgo
Francisco J. Borge López
ISSN 1135-7789

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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