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Shakespeare's "The Rape of Lucrece"
(Heldref Publications, 1997)
There is at present a tendency in some criticism to argue that Lucrece is one of many women in sixteenth- and seventeenth century literature who, as Deborah G. Burks puts it in a recent essay, "have internalized th[e] sense ...
Sidney's "Astrophil and Stella", 31
(Heldref Publications, 1991)
Astrophil and Stella's sonnet 31 is conceivably (and justifiably) the most famous of Sidney's poems. But its sestet - in particular the relationship between the last line and lines nine through thirteen —has continued to ...
Kyd's "The Spanish Tragedy", 3.6.89-94
(Heldref Publications, 1990)
Lines III.vi.89-94 are here quoted from the sole surviving copy of "The Spanish Tragedy" (1592), now in the British Library (shelf-mark C.34.d.7). They have proved puzzling to modern editors, and a possible "emendation" ...
Hamlet, Art and Practicality
(Oxford University Press, 1990)
Throughout Hamlet, the hero shows a persistent fascination with art. Daalder discusses how Hamlet's penchant for the dramatic explains much of his enigmatic and 'mad' behaviour in the play.
Review of 'Drama and the Market in the Age of Shakespeare' by Douglas Bruster
(Oxford University Press, 1995)
Review of Douglas Bruster's book, 'Drama and the Market in the Age of Shakespeare' (Cambridge Studies in Renaissance Literature and Culture 1). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992.
Review of "The Art of Naming" by Ferry
(Oxford University Press, 1991)
A favourable review of Anne Ferry's book "The Art of Naming" (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 1988). Daalder states that this book makes a valuable contribution to the study of sixteenth-century literature; ...
Review of "Sir Philip Sidney" by Duncan-Jones
(Oxford University Press, 1992)
Review of Katherine Duncan-Jones' book, "Sir Philip Sidney" (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1989).
Review of 'Hamlet and Japan' edited by Yoshiko Ueno
(Oxford University Press, 1997)
Review of 'Hamlet and Japan', edited by Yoshiko Ueno (vol.2 of The Hamlet Collection; New York, 1995). Additionally, Daalder also briefly discusses 'Otherwordly Hamlet' by John O'Meara, as a complementary work to 'Hamlet ...
Review of "The Complete Poems" by Barnfield and Klawitter
(Oxford University Press, 1993)
A favourable review of "The Complete Poems" by Richard Barnfield, edited by George Klawitter (Selinsgrove: Susquehanna University Press; London and Toronto: Associated University Presses, 1990). Daalder also briefly reviews ...