The Wooden O Symposium

The Journal of the Wooden O Symposium contents for Volume 4, 2004

 

The Taming of the Shrew and the new Historicism
William Babula

Male Pattern Boldness: Zefferelli's Feminist Aaption of The Taming of the Shrew
William Brugger

Examination and Mockery in Henry IV, Part I
David Crosby

"Away With That Audacious Lady" : Paulina's Rhetoric in The Winter's Tale
Diane M. Dixon

Parrot, Parody, and Paronomasia: Damnable Iteration in Henry IV, Part I
Michael Flachmann

Charlotte Lennox’s Shakespear Illustrated (1753-1754): Reading Eighteenth-Century Adaptation Practice in Measure for Measure
Katherine Kickel

John Fletcher's Taming of Shakespeare: The Tamer Tam'd
Todd Lidh

The Winter's Tale: Folktale, Romance, and the Disney Formula
Lan Lipscomb

The Place, Space and Voice of Rebellion: Limits of Transgression in Henry IV, Part I
Lindsay Adamson Livingston

Juliet on the Balcony—The Upper Stage at Elizabethan Theatres
Fumiyuki Narushima

Shakespeare's Comets
David Nuranen

International Shakespeare and The Winter’s Tale
Ace G. Pilkington and Olga A. Pilkington

The Unsung “Hero” in Much Ado About Nothing
Raychel Haugrud Reiff

Actors' Roundtable: Acting Shakespeare: A Roundtable Discussion with Actors from the Utah Shakespeare Festival 2004 Production of Henry IV, Part I
Michael Flachmann

Undergraduate Paper: The Queen Triumphant: Gender and Power Struggles in The Winter's Tale
Sarah Carr

 

 

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