Modern English Literature (16th - 18th Centuries)

Articles

‘Newly Discovered Shakespeare Passages in Bel-vedére or The Garden of the Muses (1600)’, with Devani Singh, Shakespeare, 15 (2019), publ. online 11 December 2018.

Cupids Cabinet Unlock’t (1662), Ostensibly “By W. Shakespeare,” in Fact Partly by John Milton’, in Shakespeare and the Book Trade, 1642-1737, eds. Emma Depledge and Peter Kirwan (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017), 107-29.

‘What We Owe to Editors’, in Shakespeare in our Time: A Shakespeare Association of America Companion, eds. Dympna Callaghan and Suzanne Gosset (London: Arden, 2016), 64-68.

‘Newly Discovered Adaptations of Poems by John Donne, Printed in 1662’, The Review of English Studies, advanced access, published 5 December 2015, 34 pp.

‘Emendation and the Editorial Reconfiguration of Shakespeare’, in Shakespeare and Textual Studies, eds. Margaret Jane Kidnie and Sonia Massai (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015), 300-15.

‘“I have forgot why I did call thee back”: Editing Romeo and Juliet’s Leave-Taking in the Balcony Scene’, Notes & Queries, 62 (2015), 93-95.

‘Shakespeare and the Popularity of Poetry Books in Print, 1583-1622’, with Tamsin Badcoe, The Review of English Studies, 65 (2014), 33-57.

‘Editorial Emendation and the Opening of A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, in Shakespeare Up Close: Reading Early Modern Texts, ed. Russ McDonald, Nicholas D Nace, and Travis D Williams (London: Arden, 2012).

‘Kyd, Thomas’, The Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature, ed. Alan Stewart and Garrett Sullivan (Oxford: Blackwell, 2011), 572-76.

‘Introduction’, in Medieval and Early Modern Authorship, ed. Guillemette Bolens and Lukas Erne, Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature, 25 (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 2011), 11-27.

‘On Reading King Lear’, in Textual Itineraries: Books and Texts in their Contexts, ed. Nathalie Collé-Bak and David Ten Eyck (Nancy: Nancy University Press, 2011), 101-18.

‘Mediating Evil: The Editorial and Critical Reception of Shakespeare’s Villains’, After Satan: Essays in Honour of Neil Forsyth, Kirsten Stirling and Martine Hennard Dutheil de la Rochère, eds. (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2010), 68-84.

‘“Our Other Shakespeare”? Thomas Middleton and the Canon’, Modern Philology, 107 (2010), 493-505.

‘The History of the Book in Switzerland’, in The Oxford Companion to the Book, Michael F. Suarez, S.J. and Henry Woudhuysen, eds. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), 237-39.

‘Shakespeare’s Popularity in Print’, Shakespeare Survey, 62 (2009), 12-29.

Romeo and Juliet on Stage and Page: The Character of the Nurse in the First (1597) and Second (1599) Quartos’, in Mediality / Intermediality, Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature, 21, Andreas Fischer, Martin Heusser, and Andreas Jucker, eds. (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 2008), 45-57.

‘Reconsidering Shakespearean Authorship’, Shakespeare Studies, 36 (2008), 26-36.

‘Afterword’, in Shakespeare's Book: Essays in Reading, Writing and Reception, Richard Wilson, Richard Meek, and Jane Rickard, eds. (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2008), 255-65.

‘Shakespeare for Readers’, in Alternative Shakespeares 3, Diane Henderson, ed. (London: Routledge, 2007), 78-94.

‘Shakespeare et Ben Jonson face à la publication de leurs œuvres’, in Le Parnasse des auteurs dramatiques, Georges Forestier, Edric Caldicott, and Claude Bourqui, eds. (Paris: Presses de l'Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 2007), 199-212.

‘Print and Manuscript’, in The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare’s Poetry, Patrick Cheney, ed. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), pp. 54-71.

‘Thomas Kyd’s Cornelia’, in Literature Criticism from 1400-1800, eds. Thomas J. Schoenberg and Lawrence J. Trudeau, vol. 125 (Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2006), pp. 207-14, rpt. from Beyond ‘The Spanish Tragedy’.

‘Lamentable Tragedy or Black Comedy? Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s Adaptation of Titus Andronicus’, in World-Wide Shakespeares: Local Appropriations in Film and Performance, Sonia Massai, ed. (London: Routledge, 2005), 88-94, 167-68.

‘Biography, Mythography, and Criticism: The Life and Works of Christopher Marlowe’, Modern Philology, 103 (2005), 28-50. Winner of the Calvin & Rose G. Hoffman Prize and of the Roma Gill Award. Rpt. in Christopher Marlowe, ed. Robert A. Logan (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011).

‘Textuality’, in Reconceiving the Renaissance: A Critical Reader, Ewan Fernie, Mark Burnett, Clare McManus and Ramona Wray, eds. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), 25-32, rpt. from Shakespeare as Literary Dramatist.

‘Words in Space: The Reproduction of Texts and the Semiotics of the Page’, in The Space of English, David Spurr and Cornelia Tschichold, eds., Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature, 13 (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 2005), 99-118.

'Theatricality and Literariness', in Reconceiving the Renaissance: A Critical Reader,  Ewan Fernie, Mark Burnett, Clare McManus and Ramona Wray, eds. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2005).

'"Throughly ransackt": Elizabethan Novella Collections and Henry Wotton's Courtlie Controuersie of Cupid's Cautels (1578)', Cahiers Elizabéthains, 64 (October 2003), 1-12.

'Thomas Kyd's Christian Tragedy', in Renaissance Papers 2001, Thomas Hester, ed. (Cambridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2002), 17-34.

'Shakespeare and the Publication of His Plays', Shakespeare Quarterly, 53 (2002), 1-20 (reviewed in The Shakespeare Newsletter, 52:3 [Fall 2002], 91).

'Shakespeare, Auteur, 1593-1609', in Du Spectateur au lecteur: Imprimer la scène aux XVIe et XVIIe siècle, Larry F. Norman, Philippe Desan and Richard Strier, eds. (Paris: Presses de l'Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 2002), 185-204.

'Donne and Christ's Spouse', Essays in Criticism, 51 (2001), 208-29, rpt. in Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800, Vol. 90, ed. Tom Schoenberg (Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2003). To view this article online, click here.

'"Enter the Ghost of Andrea": Recovering Thomas Kyd's Two-Part Play', English Literary Renaissance, 30 (2000), 339-72 (reviewed in The Year's Work in English Studies, 81 (2002), p. 453).

'Eighteenth-Century Swiss Peasant Meets Bard: Ulrich Bräker's A Few Words about William Shakespeare's Plays (1780)', Theatre Research International, 25.3 (2000), 255-65.

'"Popish Tricks" and "a Ruinous Monastery": Titus Andronicus and the Question of Shakespeare's Catholicism', in The Limits of Textuality, Lukas Erne and Guillemette Bolens, eds., Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature, 13 (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 2000), 135-55.

'Shakespeare's "ever-fixed mark": Theological Implications in Sonnet 116', English Studies, 81 (August 2000), 293-304.

'"The Two Hours' Traffic of Our Stage": Performance Criticism and the Length of Performance of Shakespeare's Plays', Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 135 (1999), 66-76 (reviewed in Hamlet Studies, 23 [2001], 131-32).

'Biography and Mythography: Rereading Chettle's Alleged Apology to Shakespeare', English Studies, 79 (1998), 430-40 (reviewed in The Shakespeare Newsletter, 48 [1998], 82).