Littérature moderne (16e - 18e siècles)

Articles

‘Newly Discovered Shakespeare Passages in Bel-vedére or The Garden of the Muses (1600)’, with Devani Singh, Shakespeare, 15 (2019), publ. online 11 December 2018. Accepted manuscript available here: AcceptedMS.pdf

Cupids Cabinet Unlock’t (1662), Ostensibly “By W. Shakespeare,” in Fact Partly by John Milton’, in Shakespeare and the Book Trade, 1642-1737, eds. Emma Depledge and Peter Kirwan (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017), 107-29.

‘What We Owe to Editors’, in Shakespeare in our Time: A Shakespeare Association of America Companion, eds. Dympna Callaghan and Suzanne Gosset (London: Arden, 2016), 64-68.

‘Newly Discovered Adaptations of Poems by John Donne, Printed in 1662’, The Review of English Studies, advanced access, published 5 December 2015, 34 pp.

‘Emendation and the Editorial Reconfiguration of Shakespeare’, in Shakespeare and Textual Studies, eds. Margaret Jane Kidnie and Sonia Massai (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015), 300-15.

‘“I have forgot why I did call thee back”: Editing Romeo and Juliet’s Leave-Taking in the Balcony Scene’, Notes & Queries, 62 (2015), 93-95.

‘Shakespeare and the Popularity of Poetry Books in Print, 1583-1622’, with Tamsin Badcoe, The Review of English Studies, 65 (2014), 33-57.

‘Editorial Emendation and the Opening of A Midsummer Night’s Dream’, in Shakespeare Up Close: Reading Early Modern Texts, ed. Russ McDonald, Nicholas D Nace, and Travis D Williams (London: Arden, 2012).

‘Kyd, Thomas’, The Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature, ed. Alan Stewart and Garrett Sullivan (Oxford: Blackwell, 2011), 572-76.

‘Introduction’, in Medieval and Early Modern Authorship, ed. Guillemette Bolens and Lukas Erne, Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature, 25 (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 2011), 11-27.

‘On Reading King Lear’, in Textual Itineraries: Books and Texts in their Contexts, ed. Nathalie Collé-Bak and David Ten Eyck (Nancy: Nancy University Press, 2011), 101-18.

‘Mediating Evil: The Editorial and Critical Reception of Shakespeare’s Villains’, After Satan: Essays in Honour of Neil Forsyth, Kirsten Stirling and Martine Hennard Dutheil de la Rochère, eds. (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2010), 68-84.

‘“Our Other Shakespeare”? Thomas Middleton and the Canon’, Modern Philology, 107 (2010), 493-505.

‘The History of the Book in Switzerland’, in The Oxford Companion to the Book, Michael F. Suarez, S.J. and Henry Woudhuysen, eds. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), 237-39.

‘Shakespeare’s Popularity in Print’, Shakespeare Survey, 62 (2009), 12-29.

Romeo and Juliet on Stage and Page: The Character of the Nurse in the First (1597) and Second (1599) Quartos’, in Mediality / Intermediality, Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature, 21, Andreas Fischer, Martin Heusser, and Andreas Jucker, eds. (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 2008), 45-57.

‘Reconsidering Shakespearean Authorship’, Shakespeare Studies, 36 (2008), 26-36.

‘Afterword’, in Shakespeare's Book: Essays in Reading, Writing and Reception, Richard Wilson, Richard Meek, and Jane Rickard, eds. (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2008), 255-65.

‘Shakespeare for Readers’, in Alternative Shakespeares 3, Diane Henderson, ed. (London: Routledge, 2007), 78-94.

‘Shakespeare et Ben Jonson face à la publication de leurs œuvres’, in Le Parnasse des auteurs dramatiques, Georges Forestier, Edric Caldicott, and Claude Bourqui, eds. (Paris: Presses de l'Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 2007), 199-212.

‘Print and Manuscript’, in The Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare’s Poetry, Patrick Cheney, ed. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), pp. 54-71.

‘Thomas Kyd’s Cornelia’, in Literature Criticism from 1400-1800, eds. Thomas J. Schoenberg and Lawrence J. Trudeau, vol. 125 (Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2006), pp. 207-14, rpt. from Beyond ‘The Spanish Tragedy’.

‘Lamentable Tragedy or Black Comedy? Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s Adaptation of Titus Andronicus’, in World-Wide Shakespeares: Local Appropriations in Film and Performance, Sonia Massai, ed. (London: Routledge, 2005), 88-94, 167-68.

‘Biography, Mythography, and Criticism: The Life and Works of Christopher Marlowe’, Modern Philology, 103 (2005), 28-50. Winner of the Calvin & Rose G. Hoffman Prize and of the Roma Gill Award. Rpt. in Christopher Marlowe, ed. Robert A. Logan (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011).

‘Textuality’, in Reconceiving the Renaissance: A Critical Reader, Ewan Fernie, Mark Burnett, Clare McManus and Ramona Wray, eds. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), 25-32, rpt. from Shakespeare as Literary Dramatist.

‘Words in Space: The Reproduction of Texts and the Semiotics of the Page’, in The Space of English, David Spurr and Cornelia Tschichold, eds., Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature, 13 (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 2005), 99-118.

'Theatricality and Literariness', in Reconceiving the Renaissance: A Critical Reader,  Ewan Fernie, Mark Burnett, Clare McManus and Ramona Wray, eds. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2005).

'"Throughly ransackt": Elizabethan Novella Collections and Henry Wotton's Courtlie Controuersie of Cupid's Cautels (1578)', Cahiers Elizabéthains, 64 (October 2003), 1-12.

'Thomas Kyd's Christian Tragedy', in Renaissance Papers 2001, Thomas Hester, ed. (Cambridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2002), 17-34.

'Shakespeare and the Publication of His Plays', Shakespeare Quarterly, 53 (2002), 1-20 (reviewed in The Shakespeare Newsletter, 52:3 [Fall 2002], 91).

'Shakespeare, Auteur, 1593-1609', in Du Spectateur au lecteur: Imprimer la scène aux XVIe et XVIIe siècle, Larry F. Norman, Philippe Desan and Richard Strier, eds. (Paris: Presses de l'Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 2002), 185-204.

'Donne and Christ's Spouse', Essays in Criticism, 51 (2001), 208-29, rpt. in Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800, Vol. 90, ed. Tom Schoenberg (Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2003). To view this article online, click here.

'"Enter the Ghost of Andrea": Recovering Thomas Kyd's Two-Part Play', English Literary Renaissance, 30 (2000), 339-72 (reviewed in The Year's Work in English Studies, 81 (2002), p. 453).

'Eighteenth-Century Swiss Peasant Meets Bard: Ulrich Bräker's A Few Words about William Shakespeare's Plays (1780)', Theatre Research International, 25.3 (2000), 255-65.

'"Popish Tricks" and "a Ruinous Monastery": Titus Andronicus and the Question of Shakespeare's Catholicism', in The Limits of Textuality, Lukas Erne and Guillemette Bolens, eds., Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature, 13 (Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 2000), 135-55.

'Shakespeare's "ever-fixed mark": Theological Implications in Sonnet 116', English Studies, 81 (August 2000), 293-304.

'"The Two Hours' Traffic of Our Stage": Performance Criticism and the Length of Performance of Shakespeare's Plays', Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 135 (1999), 66-76 (reviewed in Hamlet Studies, 23 [2001], 131-32).

'Biography and Mythography: Rereading Chettle's Alleged Apology to Shakespeare', English Studies, 79 (1998), 430-40 (reviewed in The Shakespeare Newsletter, 48 [1998], 82).