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Review of 'On Shakespeare and early modern literature: Essays' by John Kerrigan
(Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 2005-11)
John Kerrigan is one of the very best of today’s commentators on “Early Modern” (I still prefer “Renaissance”) literature. Although he has also written on other periods, he here concentrates on “a body of writing which, ...
Review of 'The Shakespearean International Yearbook: Vols 1 and 2' by Elton and Mucciolo
(Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 2004-11)
There are a great many different matters discussed, in these excellent volumes, which I cannot here explore or even list. Suffice it to say that the editors have adopted a very comprehensive, wide-ranging approach, ...
Important re-discovery of a passage by Robert Ross on 'Salome'
(Rivendale Press, 2003)
Madness in "A Yorkshire Tragedy" and "The Pilgrim"
(Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008)
Entries in the 'Dictionary of British Classicists' edited by Robert Todd
(Thoemmes, London, 2004-11-30)
Professor Daalder has written entries on Jasper Heywood (pp. 453-454), Alexander Neville (pp. 708-709), Thomas Newton (pp. 716-717), Thomas Nuce (p. 722), and John Studley (pp. 933-934) in the Dictionary of British ...
Review of "The Cambridge history of twentieth-century English literature" edited by Laura Marcus and Peter Nicholls
(Taylor & Francis, 2007-03-27)
From the outset it should be said that this book contains a great many well-written, expert and thoroughly researched papers produced by a large number of scholars who obviously know what they are talking about. If I ...
Review of 'Oscar Wilde: The Portrait of Mr W.H.' with a foreword by Peter Ackroyd
(Rivendale Press, 2003-07)