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29 (2014)

Edited by E. L. Risden, Gale Sigal, and Richard Utz

E. L. Risden: Introduction  pdf

Glenn Steinberg: Teaching Shakespeare’s Sources and Contexts  pdf

William Hodapp: Shakespearean Medievalism in Performance: The Second Tetralogy  pdf

Bonnie J. Erwin: “Is This Winning?”: Reflections on Teaching The Two Noble Kinsmen  pdf

Leigh Smith: “The matter that you read”: Saxo Grammaticus as a Source for Shakespeare and a Resource for Teachers of Hamlet  pdf

Brandon Alakas: Shakespeare’s Medievalism and the Life Removed: Depictions of Religious in Measure for Measure pdf

Karl Fugelso: Cecco Bonanotte’s Moving Illustrations of the Divine Comedy  pdf

Heta Aali: Early Nineteenth-Century French Historiography and the Case of the Merovingian Queens  pdf

Sandra Gorgievski: Secret Gestures and Silent Revelations: The Disclosure of Secrets in Selected Arthurian Illuminated Manuscripts and Arthurian Films  pdf