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Renaissance Essays: John Heywood



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"Goe thou forth my booke": Authorial Self-Assertion and Self-Representation
               in Printings of Renaissance Poetry - Ronald S. Renchler
Investigation of John Heywood's Dramatic Growth Revealed in his Interludes - Daniel Molzahn
Desacralization in Heywood's A Merry Play betwene the Pardoner and the Frere - Olena Lilova
"For eche of you one tale shall tell": Religion, Debate and Spectacle in Heywood's The Foure PP - Roberta Mullini
"Ye seem to have that ye have not": Religious belief and doubt
               in John Heywood's The Four PP - Greg Walker
Conscience and Satire in John Heywood's Play of Love - Greg Walker
Ecocritical Heywood and The Play of the Weather - Jennifer Ailles
Laughing at Natural Fools - Sarah Carpenter
Johan Johan: The Politics of Marriage and Folly in Henrician England - Andrew Hiscock
Tryfyls, Toys, Mokkes, Fables, and Nyfyls: The Government of Fools
               and Fabliaux in Johan Johan (1533) - Andrew Hiscock
The Unruly Household in John Heywood's Johan Johan - Sylwia Borowska-Szerszun
The Defence of Religious Orthodoxy in John Heywood's The Pardoner and the Frere - Nicoletta Caputo
Why A Play of Love in 1534 London? John Heywood and Castiglione's Il Cortegiano - Roberta Mullini
"To take on them judgemente": Absolutism and Debate in John Heywood's Plays - Candace Lines
Theatre and Humanism: English Drama in the 16th Century - Kent Cartwright
Dramatic Images of Kingship in Heywood and Bale - Peter Happe
John Heywood's The Spider and the Flie: Educating Queen and Country - Judith Rice Henderson
The Spider, The Fly, and the Commonwealth: The Merrie John Heywood
               and Agrarian Class Struggle - James Holstun
On the Authorship of the Interludes Attributed to John Heywood Harold N. Hillebrand
Interludes from the Court of Henry VIII - Wayne S. Turney






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