The Wooden O Symposium

The Journal of the Wooden O Symposium contents for Volume 1, 2001

 

"The Most Unkindest Cut of All" — Shakespeare's Use of Multiple Degrees of Adjective and Adverb Comparison
Norma J. Engberg

Memoria Artium Magicarum in The Tempest
Todd M. Lidh

Claribel, Tunis and Greenway's Propero's Books
William Babula

Is C.S. Lewis Still Relevant to Literary Studies Today?
Thomas L. Martin

C.S. Lewis's Lost Othello Manuscript and the Re-Presentation of Race
J. Duke Pesta

Rare Commentary from C.S. Lewis on Shakespeare: The Recently-Discovered Othello Essays
Michael W. Price

Light and Delight: The Return of the Repressed in Othello, Titus Andronicus, and The Tempest
Scott Oldenburg

Alas, Poor Hamlet: Film Popularizers and the Prince of Denmark
Ace G. Pilkington

 

 

The Folk Tradition of Joan of Arc's Spirituality
Ann Chamberlin

The Compleat Work of Henry VI (Abridged): A Comparison of Single-Play Adaptions at the Stratford, Ontario and Utah Shakespeare Festivals
Richard G. Scharine

The Two Gentleman of Verona: Shakespeare's High-Gothic Typological Re-Telling of Genesis 4?
Tom Flanigan

"To Print Them in Memory": Biblicism and Its Effects on Elizabethan Plays
Curtis Bostick

The New World Order in 4.3 of Macbeth
Gary Harrington

Comparatively Speaking: Notions of Love in English Literature
Tera Burgess

Virtue vs. Vengeance: Examining the "Quality of Mercy" and Human Relationships in The Tempest, The Merchant of Venice, and Measure for Measure
Kristen Proehl

 

 

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