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Treason by Words: Literature, Law, and Rebellion in Shakespeare's England
Treason by Words: Literature, Law, and Rebellion in Shakespeare's England, by Rebecca Lemon. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2006. Pp. 256. Cloth $45.00. Reviewer: DENNIS KEZAR To mangle Stein onExpand
Solon and Thespis : law and theater in the English renaissance
In the archetypal confrontation between the Athenian lawmaker Solon and the Greek poet Thespis, Solon confronts Thespis after seeing him act in a tragedy. He asks Thespis if he is not ashamed to tellExpand
Law/Form/History: Shakespeare's Verdict in All Is True
Thespis, at this time, beginning to act tragedies, and the thing, because it was new, taking very much with the multitude, though it was not yet made a matter of competition, Solon, being by natureExpand
Guilty Creatures: Renaissance Poetry and the Ethics of Authorship
Introduction 1 Courting Heresy and Taking the Subject: John Skelton's Precedent 2 Spenser and the Poetics of Indiscretion 3 The Properties of Shakespeare's Globe 4 The Witch of Edmonton and the GuiltExpand
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