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'There's scarce a thing but is both loved and loathed': "The Changeling" I.i.91-129
(Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis group, 1999)
One of the most striking occurrences in the early scenes of Middleton and Rowley's "The Changeling" is Beatrice's extraordinarily vehement reaction to her father's servant, De Flores. The predominant point of Beatrice's ...
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 "The Idea of the Renaissance" by Kerrigan and Braden
(Oxford University Press, 1991)
Daalder's review of "The Idea of the Renaissance" by William Kerrigan and Gordon Braden (Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989).
Review of "Six Renaissance Tragedies" by Gibson
Review of Colin Gibson's book "Six Renaissance Tragedies" (Basingstoke: MacMillan, 1997). Daalder believes that Gibson has been unsuccessful in breaking new ground or bringing valuable work already done by others together ...
Perspectives of Madness in Twelfth Night
(Routledge Press, a part of the Taylor and Francis group, 1997)
Shakespeare uses such words as 'mad' and 'madness' more often in Twelfth Night than in any of his other plays, so it is a reasonable assumption that he was interested in madness when he wrote it, and that this play will ...
The Closet Drama in "The Changeling", V.iii
(University of Chicago Press, 1991)
In act 5, scene 3 of Middleton and Rowley's "The Changeling", Alsemero, once fully convinced that Beatrice has been involved in murder and adultery, decides to lock her up in his 'closet', his small private room, which on ...
'Take Heed There's Giants Keep Em': "The Changeling" III.iii.178 and its Context
(Oxford University Press, 1998)
In Act III, scene iii of Middleton and Rowley's "The Changeling", Isabella, locked up in the asylum of her jealous husband, Alibius, and guarded by his 'man' Lollio, receives sexual attention first from Lollio, then ...
New Variants in the First Part of Dekker's "The Honest Whore"
(Oxford University Press, 1995)
The first part of "The Honest Whore" has an intriguing textual history. Two quarto editions of the play appeared in 1604. Both bear the imprint of Valentine Simmes, yet each appears to have been the work of no less than ...
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 ...