The Wooden O Symposium

The Journal of the Wooden O Symposium contents for Volume 2, 2002


"Nature's Bastards" and Painted Maids: Artifice in Shakespeare's Romances
William Babula

The Skull Beneath the Skin: Truth and Death in Hamlet
Gary Baughn

Forming the "Chain of Chains": Rosalind and the Magic of Love in As You Like It
Elisa Clements

Jealousy in Othello and Jealousy in Social Psychology: The Relevance of Darwin?
Robert C. Evans

Shakespeare, Essex, and Machiavelli
Joe Falocco

"All Qualitie, Pride, Pompe and Circumstance of Glorious War": Character Revelations in Military and Strategic References in Othello
Jeffrey Fiske

Cymbeline in the Wooden O
Michael Flachmann


Cymbeline and the Sermons Against Strife and Contention and Against Swearing and Perjury: An Intertextual Reading
Tom Flanigan

The Aesthetic of Painting within the Plays of William Shakespeare Francois-Xavier GleyzonTeaching Othello in Post-Colonial Taiwan
Bi-qi Beatrice Lei

Cymbeline and the Question of Genre
John Pendergast

"Thou elvish-mark'd, abortive, rooting hog": Unfriendly Verbal Insults in Richard III
Michael W. Price

Blaming the Bard: Shaw's Fifty Years of Refinishing Cymbeline
Richard G. Scharine

Undergraduate Paper: Male Bonds in Much Ado About Nothing and Othello
Katherine (Kate) M. Lyon



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