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Volume 20: 1994:

Work, Sloth, and Warfare in Coriolanus by Maurice Hunt
“according to our custom”: Milton’s Papal Attacks and Their Italian Sources by David Booker
“‘Tis not the meat, but ‘tis the appetite”: The Destruction of Woman in the Poetry of Sir John Suckling by Cheryl Gibson
Guild Commissions at Orsanmichele: Some Relationships Between Interior and Exterior Imagery in Trecento and Quattrocento by Lauri Taylor-Mitchell
Genealogy in the Age of Shakespeare by Margaret Christian
Isabella’s “Speechless Dialect”: Subversive Silence in Measure for Measure by Jerald W. Spotswood
Irresolvable Dialectics: Donne’s Sense of Disunity by Nahla M. Beier
Milkmaids and Kings: Elizabeth’s Gender and The Judgment of Paris by Stephen S. Bennett
The Deranged Metaphor of the King’s Body Politic in Marlowe’s Edward II by Mitali R. Pati
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Volume 14: 1988:

“Tis far off And rather like a dream”: Common Weal, Common Woe, and Commonwealth by Arthur J. Slavin
“With her own will begulyd”: The Captive Lady in Spenser’s Amoretti by Mary A. Villeponteaux
Calvinist and Puritan Attitudes Towards the Stage in Renaissance Europe by Paul Whitfield White
Shakespeare and the Prodigal Son Tradition by Darryl Tippens
An Iconography of Form, Space, and Light in Botticelli’s St. Augustine and Ghirlandaio’s St. Jerome by Julia I. Miller
Thomas Carew and the Erotic Law of Nature by Margaret J. M. Ezell
On The Teaching Duties of the Maestro di Cappella in Sixteenth-Century Italy: The Processo against Pietro Pontio by Russell E. Murray, Jr.
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Volume 13: 1987:

A Painting about Music at Dresden by Jacopo Tintoretto by H. Colin Slim
The Missa Sig Sald und Heil: A South German Compendium of Fifteenth-Century Compositional Techniques by Robert F. Schmalz
The Spirituality of John Amos Comenius by John J. Kiwiet
The Disegno-Colore Controversy Reconsidered by Maurice Poirier
Social Competition in Middleton’s Michaelmas Term by Paul Yachnin
“The Blind Fury,” Providence and the Consolations of Lycidas by Clay Daniel
Modeling as a Clue to Chronology in the Second Generation of “Fors Seulment” Chansons by Christine Suzanne Getz
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Volume 12: 1986:

Milton and the Camenae by E. R. Gregory
The Tombstone of Guillaume Dufay: A Reflection of Early Renaissance Hagiolatry by Herbert C. Turrentine
The Arcadia: From Sidney’s Prose to Shirley’s Drama by Patrick G. Hogan, Jr.
Having It Both Ways: Renaissance Traditions in Robert Green’s “Mars and Venus” by Phillip Parotti
Three Stage Versions: The Providential, the Pathetic, the Personable by Don D. Moore
The Christian Context of Falstaff’s “Finer End” by Christopher Baker
Saturnalian Sacrifice: Comic-Tragic Blending in Hamlet by Catherine I. Cox
Conventions of Costume Change in Elizabethan Plays by Jean MacIntyre
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Volume 10: 1984:

Memento Mockery: Some Skulls on the Renaissance Stage by Phoebe S. Spinrad
A Distributive Justice by Giovanni Battista Franco by Joan G. Caldwell
Vaughan’s “The Water-fall” and Protestant Meditation by Donald R. Dickson
Some Aspects of Structure in Renaissance Music by Peter J. Hodgson
Time and Timelessness in 1 Henry IV by Maurice Hunt
The Renaissance in the New World: Printing in Colonial South America by Antonio Rodriguez-Buckingham
Marvell’s Nymph and Man’s Uses of Nature by Richard C. Burke
“Our lightye and learned tyme”: William Turner and the Baths at Bath by Johnyne C. Sturcken
A “badge of fame”: Shakespeare’s Rhetorical Lucrece by Tita French
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Volume 3: 1976:

The Jesuit Tragedia de San Hermenegildo, Selville, 1590 by Armando Garzon-Blanco
Population During the Renaissance by Josiah Cox Russell
Chapman’s Duke of Byron and Apollo's Virtue by Mary E. Williams
Guarino’s Views on History and Historiography by Ian Thomson
Ronsard and Saint-Amant on the Theme of Winter: Two Approaches to the Humanisitic Spirit by Jacques F. Malet
Should Renaissance Historians Still Write Biographies? by Ernst Breisach
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Volume 2: 1975:

Cola di Rienzo and Petrarch’s Political Solitude by William Melczer
Courtier and Commoner: Two Styles of Fifteenth-Century Manuscript Illumination by Gloria K. Fiero
Popular Versus Learned Traditions in Fifteenth-Century Witch Beliefs by Richard Kieckhefer
Marguerite of Navarre’s Quiet Victory over Misogyny by Judith D. Suther
Some Aspects of Renaissance Slavery by Robert J. Frankle
Concerning the Destruction of Works of Art During the Reformation by Peter W. Guenther
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Volume 1: 1974:

The Van Der Paele Altarpiece by Maurice L. Shapiro
Donne’s “The Primrose”: Manna and Numerological Dalliance by Gary A. Stringer
The Legacy of Montaigne by Panos P. Morphos
Rhetoric and Picture in Venus and Adonis by Robert J. Bauer
Clerical Wills of the English Reformation by Ann M. Johnson
Shakespeare and the History Play by Andrew S. Cairncross
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