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Note: Annotated editions may be listed by author or editor of the text in question. It will probably be found more efficient to look for these by title of book reviewed.


By contributor | By title of article | By author of book reviewed | By title of book reviewed

Indexed by Contributor

Braddick, Mike. 1997. Review of Morrill, John. Ed. 1996. Oxford Illustrated History of Tudor and Stuart Britain, The. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Brittan, Simon. 2000. 'Skelton's "Speke Parott": Language, Madness and the Role of the Court Poet.' Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Brown, Richard Danson. 1997. 'A "goodlie bridge" between the Old and the New: The transformation of complaint in Spenser's The Ruines of Time.' Renaissance Forum 2:1.

---. 2000. Review of Andrew Murphy. 1999. But the Irish Sea Betwixt Us: Ireland, Colonialism, and Renaissance Literature. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Burgess, Glenn. 1996. 'Renaissance Texts and Renaissance Republicanism: An Editorial and Review Article.' Renaissance Forum 1:1.

---. 1996. Review of Peltonen, Markku. 1995. Classical Humanism and Republicanism in English Political Thought, 1570-1640. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

Cathcart, Charles. 1998. Review of Shakespeare, William. 1998. The First Quarto of Hamlet. The New Cambridge Shakespeare edn, edited by Kathleen O. Irace. Renaissance Forum 3:3.

---. 2000. 'Plural Authorship, Attribution, and the Children of the King's Revels.' Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Cavanagh, Dermot. 1998. Review of Manley, Lawrence. 1995. Literature and Culture in Early Modern London. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

Cefalu, Paul. 2000. '"The End of Absolutism": Shakespeare's Coriolanus and the Consensual Nature of the Early Modern State.'Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Clare, Janet. 1996. 'Transgressing Boundaries: Women's Writing in the Renaissance and Reformation.' Renaissance Forum 1:1.

Cox, Nick. 1997. Review of Smith, David L., Strier, Richard and Bevingtons, David. Eds. 1995. The Theatrical City: Culture, Theatre and Politics in London 1576-1649. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Coyle, Martin. 1996. 'Attacking the Cult-Historicists.' Renaissance Forum 1:1.

Crunelle-Vanrigh, Anny. 1997. '"Too Much in the (Black) Sun": Hamlet's First Soliloquy, A Kristevan View.' Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Davies, Rosalind. 2000. '"The Great Day of Mart": Returning to Texts at the Trial of Sir Walter Ralegh in 1603.' Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Davis, J. C. 1996. Review of MacLachlan, Alastair. 1996. The Rise and Fall of Revolutionary England: An Essay on the Fabrication of Seventeenth Century History. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

---. 1997. Review of Kelsey, Sean. 1997. Inventing A Republic: The Political Culture of the English Commonwealth. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

de Groot, James. 1999. Review of Loxley, James. 1997. Royalism and Poetry in the English Civil Wars: The Drawn Sword. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Dooley, Mark. 1998. Review of Hawkes, Terence. Ed. 1996. Alternative Shakespeares Volume 2. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Dutton, Richard. 1997. Review of Slights, William W. E.' Ben Jonson and the Art of Secrecy. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Dyche, Nathon. 1998. Review of McEachern, Claire. 1996. The Poetics of English Nationhood, 1590-1612. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

Evans, Robert C. 1998. Review of Erskine-Hill, Howard. 1996. Poetry and the Realm of Politics: Shakespeare to Dryden. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

Fitzmaurice, James. 1998. 'Jane Barker and the Tree of Knowledge at Cambridge University.' Renaissance Forum 3:1.

Gardiner, David. 2000. '"Oh, How Unlike Unto Orpheus": The Poetics of Colonization.' Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Hale, David. 1996. Review of Pugliatti, Paoli. 1995. Shakespeare the Historian. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Hill, Tracey. 1998. Review of Hadfield, Andrew. 1997. Spenser's Irish Experience: Wilde Fruite and Salvage Soyl. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

---. 1998. Review of Highley, Christopher. 1997. Shakespeare, Spenser, and the Crisis in Ireland. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Hirst, Derek. 1996. 'Making all religion ridiculous: Of Culture High and Low: the Polemics of Toleration, 1667-1673.' Renaissance Forum 1:1.

Hobby, Elaine. 1998. Review of Wilcox, Helen. Ed. 1996. Women and Literature in Britain, 1500-1700. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

Hopkins, Lisa. 1996. 'Art and Nature in Women Beware Women.' Renaissance Forum 1:2.

---. 1997. Review of Barker, Simon. Ed. 1997. 'Tis Pity She's a Whore. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

---. 1997. Review of Bevington, David. Ed. 1996. The Spanish Tragedy. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

---. 1997. Review of Brown, John Russell. Ed. 1996. The White Devil. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

---. 1997. Review of Cary, Elizabeth. 1996. The Tragedy of Mariam, the Fair Queen of Jewry. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

---. 1997. Review of Chedgzoy, Kate, Hansen, Melanie, and Trill, Suzanne. Eds. 1996. Voicing Women: Gender and Sexuality in Early Modern Writing. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

---. 1997. Review of Dutton, Richard. 1996. Jacobean City Pageants. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

---. 1997. Review of Foakes, R. A. Ed. 1996. The Revenger's Tragedy. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

---. 1997. Review of Roper, Derek. Ed. 1997. 'Tis Pity She's a Whore. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

---. 1997. Review of Russell Brown, John. Ed. 1997. The Duchess of Malfi. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

---. 1997. Review of Taylor, Michael. Ed. A Mad World, My Masters and Other Plays. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

---. 1997. Review of Wroth, Lady Mary. 1996. Poems: A Modernized Edition. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

---. 1998. 'Knowing Their Loves: Knowledge, Ignorance, and Blindness in 'Tis Pity She's A Whore.' Renaissance Forum 3:1.

---. 2000. '"Ripeness is all": The Death of Elizabeth in Drama.' Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Houlbrooke, Ralph. 1999. Review of Neill, Michael. 1997. Issues of Death: Mortality and Identity in the Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Jenner, Mark S. R. 1998. Review of Lindley, Keith. 1997. Popular Politics and Religion in Civil War London. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

Jones, Norman. 1997. Review of Williams, Penry. 1995. The Later Tudors. England 1547-1603. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Kelley, Anne. 2000. Review of Hutson, Lorna. Ed. 1999. Feminism & Renaissance Studies. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Lakowski, Romauld I. 1997. Review of MacCulloch, Diarmaid. 1996. Thomas Cranmer: A Life. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

---. 1998. Review of Edwards, Anthony S. G., Gardiner Rodger, Katherine and Miller, Clarence H. Eds. 1997. English Poems, Life of Pico, The Last Things. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

---. 1998. Review of Wegemer, Gerard B. 1996. Thomas More on Statesmanship. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

---. 1999. 'Geography and the More Circle: John Rastell, Thomas More and the "New World".' Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Leach, Martin. 1996. Review of Sawday, Jonathan. 1995. The Body Emblazoned: Dissection and the Human Body in Renaissance Culture. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Levin, Richard. 1996. 'Marxist Criticism and/or/versus a clearer sense of justice.' Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Longstaffe, Steve. 1996. Review of Kernan, Alvin. 1995. The King's Playwright: Theater in the Stuart Court, 1603-1613. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

---. 1997. 'What is the English History Play and why are they saying such terrible things about it?'. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Lucking, David. 1997. 'Bringing Deformed Forth: Engendering Meaning in Much Ado About Nothing.' Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Marshall, Tristan. 1998. 'Empire State Building: Finding the Problem in the British Problem.' Renaissance Forum 3:2.

---. 1998. Review of McCullough, Peter E. 1998. Sermons at Court: Politics and Religion in Elizabethan and Jacobean Preaching. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

---. 1999. Review of Burnett, Mark Thornton. 1997. Masters and Servants in English Renaissance Drama and Culture. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

---. 1999. Review of Comensoli, Viviana. 1996. 'Household Business': Domestic Plays of Early Modern England. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Marx, Steven. 1996. 'Progeny: Prospero's Books, Genesis and The Tempest.' Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Massai, Sonia. 1999. Review of Kewes, Paulina. 1998. Authorship and Appropriation: Writing for the Stage in England, 1660-1710. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Mayer, Thomas. 1998. Review of Guy, John. Ed. 1997. The Tudor Monarchy. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

---. 1998. Review of Marshall, Peter. Ed. 1997. The Impact of the English Reformation 1500-1640. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Müller, Anja I. 1998. 'Bussy D'Ambois, the Duel and the Dynamic of Performance.' Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Mynott, Glen. 2000. Review of Hunter, G. K. 1997. English Drama 1586-1642: The Age of Shakespeare. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

O'Neil, Stephen. 1998. Review of Perry, Curtis. 1997. The Making of Jacobean Culture: James I and the Regeneration of Elizabethan Literary Practice. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Pacheco, Anita. 1998. Review of Hopkins, Lisa. 1998. The Shakespearean Marriage. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Parry, Graham. 1996. Review of Gent, Lucy. Ed. 1995. Albion's Classicism: The Visual Arts in Britain 1550-1660. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Perrott, Mark E. C. 1997. Review of Durston, Christopher and Eales, Jacqueline. Eds. 1996. The Culture of English Puritanism, 1560-1700.' Renaissance Forum 2:2.

---. 1997. Review of Lamont, William. 1996. Puritanism and Historical Controversy. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Pincombe, Mike. 1998. Review of Dillon, Janet. 1998. Language and Stage in Medievak and Renaissance England. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Powers-Beck, Jeffrey. 1997. Review of Reinhard Lupton, Julia. 1996. Afterlives of the Saints: Hagiography, Typology, and Renaissance Literature. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Raymond, Joad. 1998. Review of Weber, Harold. 1996. Paper Bullets: Print and Kingship under Charles II. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Rist, Thomas. 2000. Review of Fisch, Harold. 1999. The Biblical Presence in Shakespeare, Milton and Blake: A Comparative Study. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Sanders, Julie. 1997. Review of Lindley, David. 1996 [1993]. Trials of Frances Howard: Fact and Fiction at the Court of King James. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Scott, Michael. 1996. Review of Shaugnessy, Robert. 1994. Representing Shakespeare: England, History and the RSC. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

Sharpe, J. A. 1997. Review of Cressy, David. 1997. Birth, Marriage, and Death: Ritual, Religion and the Life Cycle in Tudor and Stuart England. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Sharpe, Kevin. 1997. '"Black Tom Tyrant"? Or a Man of Many Hues? The Political World of Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford.' Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Siar, David. 1997. 'Jean E. Howard's Postmodern Marxist Feminism and the Economic Last Instance.' Renaissance Forum 2:2.

---. 1997. Review of Kamps, Ivo. 1996. Materialist Shakespeare: A History. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Siemens, R. G. 1996. '"As Straight as Ony Pole": Publius Cornelius, Edmund de la Pole, and Contemporary Court Satire in Henry Medwall's Fulgens and Lucres.' Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Smith, Emma. 1996. Review of Parr, Anthony. Editor. 1995. Three Renaissance Travel Plays. Revels Plays Companion Library. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

---. 1999. Review of Shakespeare, William. 1998. King Edward III. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

---. 1999. Review of Shakespeare, William. 1998. Pericles, Prince of Tyre. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Steggle, Matthew. 2000. Review of Smith, Bruce R. The Acoustic World of Early Modern England: Attending to the O-Factor. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Stewart, Andrew. 1998. 'Some Uses for Romance: Shakespeare's Cymbeline and Jonson's The New Inn.' Renaissance Forum 3:1.

Stoyle, Mark. 1996. Review of Amussen, Susan D. and Kishlanky, Mark A. Eds. 1995. Political Culture and Cultural Politics in Early Modern Europe. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

Sullivan, Ceri. 1997. Review of Luxon, Thomas H. 1995. Literal Figures: Puritan Allegory and the Renaissance Crisis in Representation. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

---. 1999. Review of McColley, Diane Kelsey. 1997. Poetry and Music in Seventeenth-century England. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Thomson, Peter. 1999. Review of McMillin, Scott and MacLean, Sally-Beth. 1998. The Queen's Men and their Plays. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

van Es, Bart. 2000. Review of Heale, Elizabeth. 1999. The Faerie Queene: A Reader's Guide. 2nd edition. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

---. 2000. Review of Brown, Richard Danson. 1999. 'The New Poet': Novelty and Tradition in Spenser's 'Complaints'. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Woolf, Daniel. 1996. Review of Parry, Graham. 1995. The Trophies of Time: English Antiquarians of the Seventeenth Century. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Worden, Thomas. 1998. 'The Rhetoric of Place in Ben Jonson's "Chorographical" Entertainments.' Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Woudhuysen, H.R.. 1999. Review of Davidson, Peter and van der Weel, Adriaan. Eds. 1996. A Selection from the Poems of Sir Constantijn Huygens (1596-1687). Renaissance Forum 4:1.


By contributor | By title of article | By author of book reviewed | By title of book reviewed

Indexed by title of article

'Art and Nature in Women Beware Women.' By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

'"As Straight as Ony Pole": Publius Cornelius, Edmund de la Pole, and Contemporary Court Satire in Henry Medwall's Fulgens and Lucres.' By R. G. Siemens. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

'Attacking the Cult-Historicists.' By Martin Coyle. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

'"Black Tom Tyrant"? Or a Man of Many Hues? The Political World of Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford.' By Kevin Sharpe. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

'Bringing Deformed Forth: Engendering Meaning in Much Ado About Nothing.' By David Lucking. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

'Bussy D'Ambois, the Duel and the Dynamic of Performance.' By Anja I. Müller. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

'Empire State Building: Finding the Problem in the British Problem.' By Tristan Marshall. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

'"The End of Absolutism": Shakespeare's Coriolanus and the Consensual Nature of the Early Modern State.' By Paul Cefalu. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

'Geography and the More Circle: John Rastell, Thomas More and the "New World".' By Romauld Ian Lakowski. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

'A "goodlie bridge" between the Old and the New: The transformation of complaint in Spenser's The Ruines of Time.' By Richard Danson Brown. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

'"The Great Day of Mart": Returning to Texts at the Trial of Sir Walter Ralegh in 1603.' By Rosalind Davies. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

'Jane Barker and the Tree of Knowledge at Cambridge University.' By James Fitzmaurice. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

'Jean E. Howard's Postmodern Marxist Feminism and the Economic Last Instance.' By David Siar. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

'Knowing Their Loves: Knowledge, Ignorance, and Blindness in 'Tis Pity She's A Whore.' By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

'Making all religion ridiculous: Of Culture High and Low: the Polemics of Toleration, 1667-1673.' By Derek Hirst. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

'Marxist Criticism and/or/versus a clearer sense of justice.' By Richard Levin. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

'"Oh, How Unlike Unto Orpheus": The Poetics of Colonization.' By David Gardiner. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

'Plural Authorship, Attribution, and the Children of the King's Revels.' By Charles Cathcart. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

'Progeny: Prospero's Books, Genesis and The Tempest.' By Steven Marx. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

'Renaissance Texts and Renaissance Republicanism: An Editorial and Review Article.' By Glenn Burgess. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

'The Rhetoric of Place in Ben Jonson's 'Chorographical' Entertainments.' By Thomas Worden. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

'"Ripeness is all": The Death of Elizabeth in Drama.' By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

'Skelton's "Speke Parott": Language, Madness and the Role of the Court Poet.' By Simon Brittan. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

'Some Uses for Romance: Shakespeare's Cymbeline and Jonson's The New Inn.' By Andrew Stewart. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

'"Too Much in the (Black) Sun": Hamlet's First Soliloquy, A Kristevan View.' By Anny Crunelle-Vanrigh. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

'Transgressing Boundaries: Women's Writing in the Renaissance and Reformation.' By Janet Clare. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

'What is the English History Play and why are they saying such terrible things about it?.' By Steve Longstaffe. Renaissance Forum 2:2.


By contributor | By title of article | By author of book reviewed | By title of book reviewed

Reviews listed by Author or Editor of Book

Amussen, Susan D. and Kishlanky, Mark A. Eds. 1995. Political Culture and Cultural Politics in Early Modern Europe. By Mark Stoyle. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

Barker, Simon. Ed. 1997. 'Tis Pity She's a Whore. By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Bevington, David. Ed. 1996. The Spanish Tragedy. By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Brown, John Russell. Ed. 1996. The White Devil. By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Brown, Richard Danson. 1999. 'The New Poet': Novelty and Tradition in Spenser's 'Complaints'. By Bart van Es. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Burnett, Mark Thornton. 1997. Masters and Servants in English Renaissance Drama and Culture. By Tristan Marshall. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Cary, Elizabeth. 1996. The Tragedy of Mariam, the Fair Queen of Jewry. By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Chedgzoy, Kate, Hansen, Melanie, and Trill, Suzanne. Eds. 1996. Voicing Women: Gender and Sexuality in Early Modern Writing. By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Comensoli, Viviana. 1996. 'Household Business': Domestic Plays of Early Modern England. By Tristan Marshall. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Cressy, David. 1997. Birth, Marriage, and Death: Ritual, Religion and the Life Cycle in Tudor and Stuart England. By J. A. Sharpe. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Davidson, Peter and van der Weel, Adriaan. Eds. 1996. A Selection from the Poems of Sir Constantijn Huygens (1596-1687). By H.R. Woudhuysen. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Dillon, Janet. 1998. Language and Stage in Medieval and Renaissance England. By Mike Pincombe. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Durston, Christopher and Eales, Jacqueline. Eds. 1996. The Culture of English Puritanism, 1560-1700. By Mark E. C. Perrott. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Dutton, Richard. 1996. Jacobean City Pageants. By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Edwards, Anthony S. G., Gardiner Rodger, Katherine and Miller, Clarence H. Eds. 1997. English Poems, Life of Pico, The Last Things. By Romauld I. Lakowski. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Erskine-Hill, Howard. 1996. Poetry and the Realm of Politics: Shakespeare to Dryden. By Robert C. Evans. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

Fisch, Harold. 1999. The Biblical Presence in Shakespeare, Milton and Blake: A Comparative Study. By Thomas Rist. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Foakes, R. A. Ed. 1996. The Revenger's Tragedy. By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Gent, Lucy. Ed. 1995. Albion's Classicism: The Visual Arts in Britain 1550-1660. By Graham Parry. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Guy, John. Ed. 1997. The Tudor Monarchy. By Thomas Mayer. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Hadfield, Andrew. 1997. Spenser's Irish Experience: Wilde Fruite and Salvage Soyl. By Tracey Hill. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Hawkes, Terence. Ed. 1996. Alternative Shakespeares Volume 2. By Mark Dooley. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Heale, Elizabeth. 1999. The Faerie Queene: A Reader's Guide. 2nd edition. By Bart van Es. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Highley, Christopher. 1997. Shakespeare, Spenser, and the Crisis in Ireland. By Tracey Hill. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Hopkins, Lisa. 1998. The Shakespearean Marriage. By Anita Pacheco. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Hunter, G.K. 1997. English Drama 1586-1642: The Age of Shakespeare. By Glen Mynott. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Hutson, Lorna. Ed. 1999. Feminism & Renaissance Studies. By Anne Kelley. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Kamps, Ivo. 1996. Materialist Shakespeare: A History. By David Siar. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Kelsey, Sean. 1997. Inventing A Republic: The Political Culture of the English Commonwealth. By J. C. Davis. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Kernan, Alvin. 1995. The King's Playwright: Theater in the Stuart Court, 1603-1613. By Steve Longstaffe. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

Kewes, Paulina. 1998. Authorship and Appropriation: Writing for the Stage in England, 1660-1710. By Sonia Massai. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Lamont, William. 1996. Puritanism and Historical Controversy. By Mark E. C. Perrott. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Lindley, David. 1996 [1993]. Trials of Frances Howard: Fact and Fiction at the Court of King James. By Julie Sanders. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Lindley, Keith. 1997. Popular Politics and Religion in Civil War London. By Mark S. R. Jenner. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

Loxley, James. 1997. Royalism and Poetry in the English Civil Wars: The Drawn Sword. By Jerome de Groot. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Luxon, Thomas H. 1995. Literal Figures: Puritan Allegory and the Renaissance Crisis in Representation. By Ceri Sullivan. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

MacCulloch, Diarmaid. 1996. Thomas Cranmer: A Life. By Romauld I. Lakowski. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

MacLachlan, Alastair. 1996. The Rise and Fall of Revolutionary England: An Essay on the Fabrication of Seventeenth Century History. By J. C. Davis. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Manley, Lawrence. 1995. Literature and Culture in Early Modern London. By Dermot Cavanagh. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

Marshall, Peter. Ed. 1997. The Impact of the English Reformation 1500-1640. By Thomas Mayer. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

McColley, Diane Kelsey. 1997. Poetry and Music in Seventeenth-century England. By Ceri Sullivan. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

McCullough, Peter E. 1998. Sermons at Court: Politics and Religion in Elizabethan and Jacobean Preaching. By Tristan Marshall. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

McEachern, Claire. 1996. The Poetics of English Nationhood, 1590-1612. By Nathon Dyche. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

McMillin, Scott and MacLean, Sally-Beth. 1998. The Queen's Men and their Plays. By Peter Thomson. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Morrill, John. Ed. 1996. Oxford Illustrated History of Tudor and Stuart Britain, The. By Mike Braddick. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Murphy, Andrew. 1999. But the Irish Sea Betwixt Us: Ireland, Colonialism, and Renaissance Literature. By Richard Danson Brown. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Neill, Michael. 1997. Issues of Death: Mortality and Identity in the Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries. By Ralph Houlbrooke. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Parr, Anthony. Editor. 1995. Three Renaissance Travel Plays. Revels Plays Companion Library. By Emma Smith. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

Parry, Graham. 1995. The Trophies of Time: English Antiquarians of the Seventeenth Century. By Daniel Woolf. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Peltonen, Markku. 1995. Classical Humanism and Republicanism in English Political Thought, 1570-1640. By Glenn Burgess. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

Perry, Curtis. 1997. The Making of Jacobean Culture: James I and the Regeneration of Elizabethan Literary Practice. By Stephen O'Neil. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Pugliatti, Paoli. 1995. Shakespeare the Historian. By David Hale. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Reinhard Lupton, Julia. 1996. Afterlives of the Saints: Hagiography, Typology, and Renaissance Literature. By Jeffrey Powers-Beck. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Roper, Derek. Ed. 1997. 'Tis Pity She's a Whore. By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Russell Brown, John. Ed. 1997. The Duchess of Malfi. By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Sawday, Jonathan. 1995. The Body Emblazoned: Dissection and the Human Body in Renaissance Culture. By Martin Leach. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Shakespeare, William. 1998. The First Quarto of Hamlet. The New Cambridge Shakespeare edn, edited by Kathleen O. Irace. By Charles Cathcart. Renaissance Forum 3:3.

---. 1998. King Edward III. By Emma Smith. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

---. 1998. Pericles, Prince of Tyre. By Emma Smith. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Shaugnessy, Robert. 1994. Representing Shakespeare: England, History and the RSC. By Michael Scott. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

Slights, William W. E. Ben Jonson and the Art of Secrecy. By Richard Dutton. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Smith, Bruce R. 1999. The Acoustic World of Early Modern England: Attending to the O-Factor. By Matthew Steggle. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Smith, David L., Strier, Richard and Bevingtons, David. Eds. 1995. The Theatrical City: Culture, Theatre and Politics in London 1576-1649.' By Nick Cox. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Taylor, Michael. Ed. A Mad World, My Masters and Other Plays. By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Weber, Harold. 1996. Paper Bullets: Print and Kingship under Charles II. By Joad Raymond. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Wegemer, Gerard B. 1996. Thomas More on Statesmanship. By Romauld I. Lakowski. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Wilcox, Helen. Ed. 1996. Women and Literature in Britain, 1500-1700. By Elaine Hobby. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

Williams, Penry. 1995. The Later Tudors. England 1547-1603. By Norman Jones. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Wroth, Lady Mary. 1996. Poems: A Modernized Edition. By Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:1.


By contributor | By title of article | By author of book reviewed | By title of book reviewed

Reviews listed by Title of Book

The Acoustic World of Early Modern England: Attending to the O-Factor. By Smith, Bruce R. 1999. Reviewed by Matthew Steggle. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Afterlives of the Saints: Hagiography, Typology, and Renaissance Literature. By Reinhard Lupton, Julia. 1996. Reviewed by Jeffrey Powers-Beck. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Albion's Classicism: The Visual Arts in Britain 1550-1660. By Gent, Lucy. Ed. 1995. Reviewed by Graham Parry. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Alternative Shakespeares Volume 2. By Hawkes, Terence. Ed. 1996. Reviewed by Mark Dooley. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Authorship and Appropriation: Writing for the Stage in England, 1660-1710. By Kewes, Paulina. 1997. Reviewed by Sonia Massai. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Ben Jonson and the Art of Secrecy. By Slights, William W. E. Reviewed by Richard Dutton. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

The Biblical Presence in Shakespeare, Milton and Blake: A Comparative Study. By Fisch, Harold. 1999. Reviewed by Thomas Rist. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Birth, Marriage, and Death: Ritual, Religion and the Life Cycle in Tudor and Stuart England. By Cressy, David. 1997. Reviewed by J. A. Sharpe. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

The Body Emblazoned: Dissection and the Human Body in Renaissance Culture. By Sawday, Jonathan. 1995. Reviewed by Martin Leach. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

But the Irish Sea Betwixt Us: Ireland, Colonialism, and Renaissance Literature. By Andrew Murphy. Reviewed by Richard Danson Brown. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Classical Humanism and Republicanism in English Political Thought, 1570-1640. By Peltonen, Markku. 1995. Reviewed by Glenn Burgess. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

The Culture of English Puritanism, 1560-1700. By Durston, Christopher and Eales, Jacqueline. Eds. 1996. Reviewed by Mark E. C. Perrott. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

The Duchess of Malfi. By Russell Brown, John. Ed. 1997. Reviewed by Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

English Drama 1586-1642: The Age of Shakespeare. By Hunter, G.K. 1997. Reviewed by Glen Mynott. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

English Poems, Life of Pico, The Last Things. By Edwards, Anthony S. G., Gardiner Rodger, Katherine and Miller, Clarence H. Eds. 1997. Reviewed by Romauld I. Lakowski. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

The Faerie Queene: A Reader's Guide. 2nd edition. By Heale, Elizabeth. 1999. Reviewed by Bart van Es. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Feminism & Renaissance Studies. By Hutson, Lorna. Ed. 1999. Reviewed by Anne Kelley. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

The First Quarto of Hamlet. The New Cambridge Shakespeare edn, edited by Kathleen O. Irace. By Shakespeare, William. 1998. Reviewed by Charles Cathcart. Renaissance Forum 3:3.

'Household Business': Domestic Plays of Early Modern England. By Comensoli, Viviana. Reviewed by Tristan Marshall. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

The Impact of the English Reformation 1500-1640. By Marshall, Peter. Ed. 1997. Reviewed by Thomas Mayer. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Inventing A Republic: The Political Culture of the English Commonwealth. By Kelsey, Sean. 1997. Reviewed by J. C. Davis. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Issues of Death: Mortality and Identity in the Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries. By Neill, Michael. 1997. Reviewed by Ralph Houlbrooke. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Jacobean City Pageants. By Dutton, Richard. 1996. Reviewed by Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

King Edward III. By Shakespeare, William. 1998. Reviewed by Emma Smith. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

The King's Playwright: Theater in the Stuart Court, 1603-1613. By Kernan, Alvin. 1995. Reviewed by Steve Longstaffe. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

Language and Stage in Medievak and Renaissance England. By Dillon, Janet. 1998. Reviewed by Mike Pincombe. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

The Later Tudors. England 1547-1603. By Williams, Penry. 1995. Reviewed by Norman Jones. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Literal Figures: Puritan Allegory and the Renaissance Crisis in Representation. By Luxon, Thomas H. 1995. Reviewed by Ceri Sullivan. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Literature and Culture in Early Modern London. By Manley, Lawrence. 1995. Reviewed by Dermot Cavanagh. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

A Mad World, My Masters and Other Plays. By Taylor, Michael. Ed. Reviewed by Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

The Making of Jacobean Culture: James I and the Regeneration of Elizabethan Literary Practice. By Perry, Curtis. 1997. Reviewed by Stephen O'Neil. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Masters and Servants in English Renaissance Drama and Culture. By Burnett, Mark Thomas. 1997. Reviewed by Tristan Marshall. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Materialist Shakespeare: A History. By Kamps, Ivo. 1996. Reviewed by David Siar. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

'The New Poet': Novelty and Tradition in Spenser's 'Complaints'. By Brown, Richard Danson. 1999. Reviewed by Bart van Es. Renaissance Forum 4:2.

Oxford Illustrated History of Tudor and Stuart Britain, The. By Morrill, John. Ed. 1996. Reviewed by Mike Braddick. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Paper Bullets: Print and Kingship under Charles II. By Weber, Harold. 1996. Reviewed by Joad Raymond. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Pericles, Prince of Tyre. By Shakespeare, William. 1998. Reviewed by Emma Smith. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Poems: A Modernized Edition. By Wroth, Lady Mary. 1996. Reviewed by Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Poetry and the Realm of Politics: Shakespeare to Dryden. By Erskine-Hill, Howard. 1996. Reviewed by Robert C. Evans. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

The Poetics of English Nationhood, 1590-1612. By McEachern, Claire. 1996. Reviewed by Nathon Dyche. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

Poetry and Music in Seventeenth-century England. By McColley, Diane Kelsey. 1997. Reviewed by Ceri Sullivan. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Political Culture and Cultural Politics in Early Modern Europe. By Amussen, Susan D. and Kishlanky, Mark A. Eds. 1995. Reviewed by Mark Stoyle. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

Popular Politics and Religion in Civil War London. By Lindley, Keith. 1997. Reviewed by Mark S. R. Jenner. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

Puritanism and Historical Controversy. By Lamont, William. 1996. Reviewed by Mark E. C. Perrott. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

The Queen's Men and their Plays. By McMillan, Scott and Sally-Beth Maclean. 1998. Reviewed by . Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Representing Shakespeare: England, History and the RSC. By Shaugnessy, Robert. 1994. Reviewed by Michael Scott. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

The Revenger's Tragedy. By Foakes, R. A. Ed. 1996. Reviewed by Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

The Rise and Fall of Revolutionary England: An Essay on the Fabrication of Seventeenth Century History. By MacLachlan, Alastair. 1996. Reviewed by J. C. Davis. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

Royalism and Poetry in the English Civil Wars: The Drawn Sword. By Loxley, James. 1997. Reviewed by Jerome de Groot. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

A Selection from the Poems of Sir Constantijn Huygens (1596-1687). By Peter Davidson and Adriaan van der Weel. Eds. 1996. Reviewed by H.R. Woudhuysen. Renaissance Forum 4:1.

Sermons at Court: Politics and Religion in Elizabethan and Jacobean Preaching. By McCullough, Peter E. 1998. Reviewed by Tristan Marshall. Renaissance Forum 3:1.

The Shakespearean Marriage. By Hopkins, Lisa. 1998. Reviewed by Anita Pacheco. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Shakespeare, Spenser, and the Crisis in Ireland. By Highley, Christopher. 1997. Reviewed by Tracey Hill. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Shakespeare the Historian. By Pugliatti, Paoli. 1995. Reviewed by David Hale. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

The Spanish Tragedy. By Bevington, David. Ed. 1996. Reviewed by Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Spenser's Irish Experience: Wilde Fruite and Salvage Soyl. By Hadfield, Andrew. 1997. Reviewed by Tracey Hill. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

The Theatrical City: Culture, Theatre and Politics in London 1576-1649. By Smith, David L., Strier, Richard and Bevingtons, David. Eds. 1995. Reviewed by Nick Cox. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Thomas Cranmer: A Life. By MacCulloch, Diarmaid. 1996. Reviewed by Romauld I. Lakowski. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Thomas More on Statesmanship. By Wegemer, Gerard B. 1996. Reviewed by Romauld I. Lakowski. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Three Renaissance Travel Plays. Revels Plays Companion Library. By Parr, Anthony. Editor. 1995. Reviewed by Emma Smith. Renaissance Forum 1:1.

'Tis Pity She's a Whore. By Barker, Simon. Ed. 1997. Reviewed by Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

'Tis Pity She's a Whore. By Roper, Derek. Ed. 1997. Reviewed by Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

The Tragedy of Mariam, the Fair Queen of Jewry. By Cary, Elizabeth. 1996. Reviewed by Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

Trials of Frances Howard: Fact and Fiction at the Court of King James. By Lindley, David. 1996 [1993]. Reviewed by Julie Sanders. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

The Trophies of Time: English Antiquarians of the Seventeenth Century. By Parry, Graham. 1995. Reviewed by Daniel Woolf. Renaissance Forum 1:2.

The Tudor Monarchy. By Guy, John. Ed. 1997. Reviewed by Thomas Mayer. Renaissance Forum 3:2.

Voicing Women: Gender and Sexuality in Early Modern Writing. By Chedgzoy, Kate, Hansen, Melanie, and Trill, Suzanne. Eds. 1996. Reviewed by Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:1.

The White Devil. By Brown, John Russell. Ed. 1996. Reviewed by Lisa Hopkins. Renaissance Forum 2:2.

Women and Literature in Britain, 1500-1700. By Wilcox, Helen. Ed. 1996. Reviewed by Elaine Hobby. Renaissance Forum 3:1.


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