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Contents of Volume 118

Contents of Volume 118 Anderson, Judith H. Biblical, Linguistic, and Literary Conversions: John Donne, Lancelot Andrewes, and John Milton. 120 Archibald, Christopher. Remembering the St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre in Elizabethan England. 242 Baker, Eleanor. Metaphors of Textual Materiality in Late Medieval Middle English Sermons. 631 Bergeron, David M. Gerrard Herbert’s Reports about Drama Performances, 1617–19. 725 Burgess, W. G. Instead of Children: Legacy and Embodied Interpretation in the Woodwardian Museum. 765 Cheney, Evan. “Thou hast a free passeporte”: Poetic Personation and Literary Patronage in Spenser’s Prosopopoia, Or Mother Hubberds Tale and The Shepheardes Calender. 538 Clark, Molly. The Origins of a Dramatic Technique: Rhyme in Pre- Shakespearean Drama, 1530–1580. 666 Conti, Brooke. Milton’s Ladies. 742 Eastwood, Adrienne L. “Idle work”: The Satiric Digressions of Sidney’s Old Arcadia. 521 Geddes, Sean. “Some subtleties o’th’ isle”: Shakespeare’s Tempest and Montaigne’s Apologie of Raymond Sebond. 342 Janes, Regina. Lemuel Gulliver, Map- Maker. 787 Leahy, Conor. “Myne owne aduenture”: Stephen Hawes and Medieval Romance. 26 Livne, Shachar. On Truth, Pietà, and Reader Response in Dante’s Purgatory 10 and Chaucer’s House of Fame 1. 605 Luis- Martínez, Zenón. “Friendlesse verse”: The Poetics of Chapman’s “A Coronet for His Mistresse Philosophie.” 565 Marshall, Ashley. “Treason and Loyalty go Hand http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Studies in Philology University of North Carolina Press

Contents of Volume 118

Studies in Philology , Volume 118 (4) – Oct 5, 2021

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Anderson, Judith H. Biblical, Linguistic, and Literary Conversions: John Donne, Lancelot Andrewes, and John Milton. 120 Archibald, Christopher. Remembering the St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre in Elizabethan England. 242 Baker, Eleanor. Metaphors of Textual Materiality in Late Medieval Middle English Sermons. 631 Bergeron, David M. Gerrard Herbert’s Reports about Drama Performances, 1617–19. 725 Burgess, W. G. Instead of Children: Legacy and Embodied Interpretation in the Woodwardian Museum. 765 Cheney, Evan. “Thou hast a free passeporte”: Poetic Personation and Literary Patronage in Spenser’s Prosopopoia, Or Mother Hubberds Tale and The Shepheardes Calender. 538 Clark, Molly. The Origins of a Dramatic Technique: Rhyme in Pre- Shakespearean Drama, 1530–1580. 666 Conti, Brooke. Milton’s Ladies. 742 Eastwood, Adrienne L. “Idle work”: The Satiric Digressions of Sidney’s Old Arcadia. 521 Geddes, Sean. “Some subtleties o’th’ isle”: Shakespeare’s Tempest and Montaigne’s Apologie of Raymond Sebond. 342 Janes, Regina. Lemuel Gulliver, Map- Maker. 787 Leahy, Conor. “Myne owne aduenture”: Stephen Hawes and Medieval Romance. 26 Livne, Shachar. On Truth, Pietà, and Reader Response in Dante’s Purgatory 10 and Chaucer’s House of Fame 1. 605 Luis- Martínez, Zenón. “Friendlesse verse”: The Poetics of Chapman’s “A Coronet for His Mistresse Philosophie.” 565 Marshall, Ashley. “Treason and Loyalty go Hand

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