Sederi 7

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

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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

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

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