Études anglaises - N°4/2018

Religion and Drama: Shakespeare and his Contemporaries

Études anglaises - N°4/2018
Études anglaises - N°4/2018

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Présentation

ARTICLES

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Foreword

Noam REISNER
Theatricalising the Theology of Patient Revenge in English Renaissance Drama

Joseph STERRETT
“On my word”: Trust and the Word in Romeo and Juliet

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“What trust is in these times?” Thinking the Secular State with “the colour of religion” in Shakespeare’s 2 Henry IV

James D. MARDOCK
“I wot not by what power”: Fairies, Predestination, and Genre in A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Lynn S. MESKILL
Angels and Daemons: Religion in Antony and Cleopatra

Kristin M. S. BEZIO
“Munday I sweare shalbee a hollidaye”: The Politics of Anthony Munday, from Anti-Catholic Spy to Civic Pageanteer (1579-1630)

Chloe Kathleen PREEDY
“The Wished Aire”: Biblical Plagues and the Early Modern Playhouse

Consulter la table des matières

ARTICLES

Line COTTEGNIES
Foreword

Noam REISNER
Theatricalising the Theology of Patient Revenge in English Renaissance Drama

Joseph STERRETT
“On my word”: Trust and the Word in Romeo and Juliet

Line COTTEGNIES
“What trust is in these times?” Thinking the Secular State with “the colour of religion” in Shakespeare’s 2 Henry IV

James D. MARDOCK
“I wot not by what power”: Fairies, Predestination, and Genre in A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Lynn S. MESKILL
Angels and Daemons: Religion in Antony and Cleopatra

Kristin M. S. BEZIO
“Munday I sweare shalbee a hollidaye”: The Politics of Anthony Munday, from Anti-Catholic Spy to Civic Pageanteer (1579-1630)

Chloe Kathleen PREEDY
“The Wished Aire”: Biblical Plagues and the Early Modern Playhouse

Table des matières — 2018