Journal of the Spanish Society for English Renaissance Studies 1993

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El objetivo específico de la Sociedad Española de Estudios Renacentistas Ingleses es promover, estimular y dar impulso en España al estudio de la literatura e historia del siglo XVI y XVII en Gran Bretaña, y su relación con nuestro país, en todos los aspectos: lingüístico, literario y cultural.

The specific aim of the Sociedad Española de Estudios Renacentistas Ingleses is to foster, stimulate, and encourage the study of literature and history of 16 and 17th century in Great Britain, along with its relation with our country in terms of linguistics, literature, and culture.

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Reino Unido, Gran Bretaña, Estudios literarios: c. 1500-c. 1800
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1. Repetition, Metaphor and Coinceit in the Renaissance
2. Milton and the Languages of the Renaissance
3. In and Out of the Bird-Cage: The Language of Confinement in the Duchess of Malfi
4. Relativization and Register: A Seventeenth Century Survey
5. "I am not I. Pitie the Tale of Me": Reading and Writing (in) Astrophil and Stella
6. The Place of Man in the Chain of Beins According to Sidney's Defense of Poesie
7. Narrative and Its Representation in Othello
8. Some Analogies in La Celestina and Troilus and Cressida
9. Marlowe and the Drama of Protestant Sexuality
10. Tragedy and Shared-Guilt: A Comparative Approach to Othello and El pintor de su deshonra
11. El laúd en el Renacimiento Inglés
12. Renaissance Visions of Paradise: Ancient Religious Sources of Thomas More's
13. "More's Utopia" or "Utopia's Utopia"?: How to Handle Textual and Generic Doubling
14. Cony-Catchers and cazadores de gatos: An Examination of the Lexis Related to Thieves and Swindlers in England and Spain in the 16th and 17th Centuries
15. The Poet and the Bard
16. Northrop Frye's Critical Approach to Shakespeare's Last Plays
17. Redefining Characters in Translation: A Case
18. The Book of Common Prayer: Its Making and Language
19. Masks and Characters in The Merchant of Venice and Los intereses creados
20. Tamburlaine, the Scourge of God: Mexia, Marlowe and Vélez de Guevara
21. The Romance in Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet and The Tempest
22. Criseyde / Cresseid / Cressida: What's in a name?
23. Dissident Reading: Summary
24. Dr. Faustus and Don Juan: Two Baroque Heroes
25. Remarks on the Chronograhy of Transition: Renaissance - Mannerism - Baroque
26. Problems in Translating Guzmán of Alfarache into English
27. Who's sho in SEDERI