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Bibliography of Modern Works Cited

Bibliography of Modern Works Cited Bibliography of Modern Works Cited a nderson, Judith. “Beyond Binarism: Eros/Death and Venus/Mars in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra and Spenser’s Faerie Queene.” in Shakespeare and Spenser: Attractive Opposites Edited . by J. B. lethbridge. Manchester and n ew York: Man- chester univ ersity Press, 2008, 54–78. a nderson, Judith. “The Conspiracy of r ealism: impasse and Vision in King Lear.” Studies in Philology 84.1 (1987): 1–23. a nderson, Judith. “Venus and ad onis: Spenser, Shakespeare, and the Forms of Desire .” in Grief and Gender 700–1700. Edited by Jennifer C. Vaughan and lynne Dickso n Bruckner. n ew York: Palgrave, 2003,149– 60. Barrow, John a. “Chaucer.” SpEncy, 144–48. Bayley, Peter. “Braggadocchio.” SpEncy, 109–10. Bednarz, James. “imitations of Spenser in Mn D.” Renaissance Drama 14 (1983): 79–102. Belsey, Catherine. “l ove as Trompe- l ’oeil: Taxonomies of Desire in Venus and a d onis.” Shakespeare Quarterly 37 (1986): 190–203. Bergeron, David. “a nother Spenser allusion.” N&Q 24 (1977): 135. Bevington, David, ed. Antony and Cleopatra .The n ew Cambridge Shakespeare. Cam- bridge: Cambridge univ ersity Press, 1990. Blayney, Peter W. M. The Bookshops in Paul’s Cross Churchyard. london: The Biblio- graphical Society, 1990. Boswell, Jackson C. “Yet another ‘n ew http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Studies in Philology University of North Carolina Press

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Bibliography of Modern Works Cited a nderson, Judith. “Beyond Binarism: Eros/Death and Venus/Mars in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra and Spenser’s Faerie Queene.” in Shakespeare and Spenser: Attractive Opposites Edited . by J. B. lethbridge. Manchester and n ew York: Man- chester univ ersity Press, 2008, 54–78. a nderson, Judith. “The Conspiracy of r ealism: impasse and Vision in King Lear.” Studies in Philology 84.1 (1987): 1–23. a nderson, Judith. “Venus and ad onis: Spenser, Shakespeare, and the Forms of Desire .” in Grief and Gender 700–1700. Edited by Jennifer C. Vaughan and lynne Dickso n Bruckner. n ew York: Palgrave, 2003,149– 60. Barrow, John a. “Chaucer.” SpEncy, 144–48. Bayley, Peter. “Braggadocchio.” SpEncy, 109–10. Bednarz, James. “imitations of Spenser in Mn D.” Renaissance Drama 14 (1983): 79–102. Belsey, Catherine. “l ove as Trompe- l ’oeil: Taxonomies of Desire in Venus and a d onis.” Shakespeare Quarterly 37 (1986): 190–203. Bergeron, David. “a nother Spenser allusion.” N&Q 24 (1977): 135. Bevington, David, ed. Antony and Cleopatra .The n ew Cambridge Shakespeare. Cam- bridge: Cambridge univ ersity Press, 1990. Blayney, Peter W. M. The Bookshops in Paul’s Cross Churchyard. london: The Biblio- graphical Society, 1990. Boswell, Jackson C. “Yet another ‘n ew

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