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Renaissance Journal 2.1



Editorial - Jayne Archer and Sarah Knight


Lynne Robson: The ‘Bloody Papist’: Murder, Papists and Propaganda in Early Modern Prose Pamphlets

Tobias Hug: ‘You should go to Hockley-in-the-Hole, and to Marybone, child, to learn valour’: On the Social Logic of Animal Baiting in Early Modern London

Theatre Review

Annaliese Connolly: Dido, Queen of Carthage, by Christopher Marlowe, presented by the Company of Men and Women at Shakespeare’s Globe, June – August 2003

Conference Reports

Christine Shaw: Italy and the European Wars: The Impact of War, 1503 – 1530, University of Warwick, 30 May – 1 June 2003

Fabrizio Nevola: Siena in the Renaissance: The Last Century of the Republic (1450 – 1555)

Book Reviews

Sabine Eiche, ed., Ordine et officij de casa de lo illustrissimo signor duca de Urbino (1999) - Cecil H. Clough

Lynne Magnusson, Shakespeare and Social Dialogue: Dramatic Language and Elizabethan Letters (1999) - Takashi Kozuka

Lyrics of the French Renaissance: Marot, Du Bellay, Ronsard, English versions by Norman R. Shapiro, introduction by Hope Glidden, notes by Hope Glidden and Norman R. Shapiro (2002) - Ingrid de Smet

Garthine Walker, Crime, Gender and Social Order in Early Modern England (2003) - Tim Reinke-Williams