June and September 1991, Volume 18, Number 2 and 3

Table of Contents

Articles

Introduction:Narrative, Narrative Theory, Drama: the Renaissance
JONATHAN HART
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117-165
Pour une poétique de la nouvelle
GISÈLE MATHIEU-CASTELLANI
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167-178
Ritual and Text in the Renaissance
THOMAS GREENE
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179-197
Two Texts on Bosworth Field: Richard III, V, iii, I, V
HARRY LEVIN
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199-216
"As They Did in the Golden World: Romantic Rapture and Semanitc Rupture in As You Like It
KEIR ELAM
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217-232
Narrative Boundaries in Shakespeare's Plays
ROBERT RAWDON WILSON
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233-261
"Noble Deeds and The Secret Singularity": Hamlet and Phèdre
PAUL MORRISON
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263-288
Cervantes et Tirso face aux performatifs: Don Quichotte et Don Juan
ANTONIO GÓMEZ-MORIANA
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289-306
Narrative and Theatre: From Manuel Puig to Lope de Vega
RICHARD YOUNG
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307-322
Form and Transformation in Ariosto, Tasso, and Spenser
JOANNE T. DEMPSEY
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323-326
Not Recommended for Calorie Counters: A Review of Patricia Parker's Literary Fat Ladies
PATRICIA DEMERS
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327-332
The Bottom of The Barrel: A Review of Jan Kott's The Bottom Translation
LINDA WOODBRIDGE
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333-338
Digestion > Deformation = Translation: Kott on Literary History
ROBERT RAWDON WILSON
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339-345
Treed Domains Map Renaissance Worlds: Thomas Pavel's The Poetics of Plot
E. HOLLIS BERRY
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347-352
Negotiating Greenblatt's Shakespeare: New Historicism and Shakespeare Negotiations
PAMELA McCALLUM
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353-358
The Dynamics of Power:A Review of Heather Dubrow's Captive Victors
CAMILLE WELLS SLIGHTS
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359-363
The Crisis in Narrative: Language, Tale and Drama in the Renaissance
JONATHAN HART
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365-392
Annotated Bibliography of Narrative Theory and Renaissance Drama
ELIZABETH M. RICHMOND
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393-469
In Memoriam Henry Kreisel (1922-1991)
VARIOUS VARIOUS
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470-470