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EDITIONS AND TRANSLATIONS:

di Lasso, Orlando. The Complete Motets 2: Sacrae Cantiones (Nuremberg, 1562). Ed. James B. Erb. Middleton, WI: A-R Editions, 2002. xliii + 188 PP. + 4 b/w pls. tbls. $85. ISBN: 0-89579-511-6.

Dante Alighieri. Purgatorio. Trans. Jean Hollander and Robert Hollander. London and New York: Random House Inc., 2002. xxiv + 744 pp. index. bibl. $35. ISBN: 0-385-49699-0.

Dillon, Janette, ed. Performance and Spectacle in Hall's Chronicle. London: The Society for Theatre Research, 2002. xii + 346 pp. index. illus. map. gloss. chron. bibl. $48. ISBN: 0854-30-0716.

Hume, David. The British Union: A Critical Edition and Translation of David Hume of Godscroft's De Unione Insulae Britannicae. Ed. Paul J. McGinnis and Arthur H. Williamson. Aldershot and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002. xvi + 334 pp. index. bibl. $84.95. ISBN: 0-7546-0340-7.

Luschino, Benedetto. Vulnera diligentis. Ed. Stefano Dall' Aglio. (Savonarola e la Toscana, 17.) Florence: SISMI Edizioni del Galluzzo, 2002. cv + 422 pp. +2 b/w pls. index. illus. bibl. [member of]58. ISBN: 88-8450-084-2.

Lyly, John. Sapho and Phao: 1584. Ed. Leah Scragg, G.R. Proudfoot, and H.R. Woodhuysen. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. Reprint. xx + 60 pp. n.p. ISBN: 0-19-729041-8.

Machiavelli, Niccolo. Mandragola. Ed. Eric G. Haywood. Dublin: UCD Foundation for Italian Studies, 2002. 166 pp. illus. gloss. $24.16. ISBN: 0-9529261-4-8.

Metge, Bernat. The Dream of Bernat Metge: Translated with an Introduction and Notes by Richard Vernier. Trans. Richard Vernier. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002. xxxviii + 88 pp. index, append. bibl. $59.95. ISBN: 0-7546-0691-0.

Michelangelo. Sonnets. Ed. Michael Ayrton. Trans. Elizabeth Jennings. (Fyefield Books.) New York: Routledge, 2002. 108 pp. index. $65 (cl), $13.95 (pbk). ISBN: 0-415-94239-X (cl), 0-415-94240-3 (pbk).

Minnucci, Giovanni. Alberico Gentili tra mos italicus e mos gallicus: L'inedito commentario ad legem Juliam de adulteriis. Bologna: Monduzzi, 2002. xi + 226 Pp. index, append. [member of]35. ISBN: 88-323-7060-3.

More, Thomas. Utopia. Ed. George M. Logan and Robert M. Adams. (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought.) Cambridge, UK and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xxvii + 134 pp. index. illus. map. chron. $30 (el), $10 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-81925-3 (cl), 0-521-52540-3 (pbk).

Parenti, Marco. Ricordi storici, 1464-1467. Ed. Manuela Doni Garfagnini. (Studi e testi del Rinascimento europeo, 9.) Rome: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 2001. xviii 166 pp. index. [member of]22.72. ISBN: 88-87114-94-3.

Parry, Robert. Moderatus. Ed. John Simons. (Non-canonical early modern popular texts.) Aldershot and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002. x + 178 pp. index. bibl. $69.95. ISBN: 0-7546-0197-8.

Pole, Reginald. The Correspondence of Reginald Pole: Vol. 1. A Calendar, 1518-1546: Beginnings to Legate of Viterbo. Ed. Thomas F. Mayer. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002. xvi + 378 pp. index. $89.95. ISBN: 0-7546-0326-1.

Schearer, Susan S., ed. and trans. Francesco Petrarch on Religious Leisure (De Otio Religioso). (With an Introduction by Ronald G. Witt.) New York: Italica Press, 2002. xxvi + 168 pp. index. bibi. $15. ISBN: 0-934977-11-9.

Sieburth, Richard, ed. Emblems of Desire: Selections from the "Delie" of Maurice Sceve. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002. xlviii + 174 pp. illus. $29.95. ISBN: 0-8122-3694-7.

Vermigli, Peter Martyr. Commentary of the Lamentations of the Prophet Jeremiah. Ed. and trans. Dan Shute. (The Peter Martyr Library, 6. Sixteenth Century Essays and Studies, 55.) Kirksville: Truman State University Press, 2002. lxviii + 224 pp. index. bibl. $45. ISBN: 0-943549-64-7.

BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE:

Artemieva, Irma, ed. Cinquecento veneto: dipinti dall'Ermitage. Florence: Artificio Skira, 2002. 175 pp. bibl. [euro]36.15. ISBN: 88-8118-896-1.

Baker, Christopher P., ed. Absolutism and the Scientific Revolution 1 600-1720: A Biographical Dictionary. London and Westwood, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002. xxvi + 450 pp. index, append. chron. bibl. $99.95. ISBN: 0-313-30827-6.

Belloni, Gino and Riccardo Drusi, eds. Vincenzo Borghini: Filologia ed invenzione nella Firenze di Cosimo I. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2002. xxx + 436 pp. + 32 b/w pls. index. illus. bibi. [euro]43. ISBN: 88-222-5081-8.

Boskovits, Miklos, ed. Bernardo Daddi and His Circle: A Critical and Historical Corpus of Florentine Painting, 3.5. Florence: Giunti Gruppo Editoriale Spa, 2002. 636 pp. index, append. illus. $155. ISBN: 88-09-02182-7.

Dackerman, Susan. Painted Prints: The Revelation of Color in Northern Renaissance and Baroque Engravings, Etchings and Woodcuts. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2002. xii + 298 pp. index, append. bibl. $55 (cl), $35 (pbk). ISBN: 0-271-02234-5 (cl), 0-271-02235-3 (pbk).

Daly, Peter M. and G. Richard Dimler, eds. The Jesuit Series: Part Three. Buffalo and Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002. lx + 376 pp. + 450 b/w pls. illus. $125. ISBN: 0-8020-3570-1.

Guarducci, Giampiero. Annali dei Marescotti tipografi editori di Firenze (1563-1613). (Biblioteca di bibliografia italiana 168.) Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2001. xliv + l94 pp. + 20 b/w pls. index. illus. bibl. [euro]26.86. ISBN: 88-222-5016-8.

Isitt, Larry R All the Names in Heaven: A Reference Guide to Milton's Supernatural Names and Epic Similes. Lanham, MD and London: Scarecrow Press, 2002. xxii + 458 pp. $75. ISBN: 0-8108-4304-8.

Olsen, Kirstin. All Things Shakespeare: An Encyclopedia of Shakespeare's World. 2 vols. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002. 832 pp. index. illus. bibi. $150. ISBN: 0-313-31503-5.

ANTHOLOGIES AND TEXTS

DeMaria, Robert, Jr. and Duncan Wu, eds. Poetry from 1660 to 1780: Civil War, Restoration, Revolution. Malden, MA and Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2002. viii + 184 pp. index. $17.95. ISBN: 0-631-22982-5.

Contents: Duncan Wu, "Introduction"; John Milton, "Paradise Lost Books I-II"; John Dryden, "'To the Memory of Mr. Oldham"'; and '"A Song for St. Cecilia Day"'; John Wilmot, "The Imperfect, Enjoyment"; "A Satyr against Reason and Mankind"; "The Disabled Debauehee"; "Lampoon [On the Women about Town]"; "Signior Dildo"; "A Satyr on Charles II': "A Letter from Artemiza in the Town to Chloe in the Country"; "A Ramble in saint James Park"; "Song"; and "A Song"; Jonathan Swift, "A Description of s City Shower"; "A Description of the Morning"; "Strephon and Chloe"; "The Lady's Dressing Room"; "A Beautiful Young Nymph Going to Bed"; "Caasinus and Peter. A Tragical Elegy"; and "Verses on the Death of Dr. Swift, D.S.P.D": Alexander Pope, "Epistle to Miss Blount, with the Works of Voiture"; "The Rape of the Lock"; "Eloisa to Abelard": and "Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate Lady"; Samuel Johnson, "The Vanity of Human Wishes"; Thomas Gray, "Sonnet [On the Death of Mr. Richard West]"; and "Ode on the Death of a Favourit e Cat"; William Collins, "Ode to Fear"; and "Ode to Evening"; and Oliver Goldsmith, "The Deserted Village. A Poem."

Findlen, Paula, ed. The Italian Renaissance: The Essential Readings. Maiden, MA and Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2002. xii + 356 pp. + 12 b/w pls. index. illus. map. $64.95 (cl), $29.95 (pbk). ISBN: 0-631-2228-0 (cl), 0-631-2228-9 (pbk).

Contents: Paula Findlen, "Introduction"; "Understanding the Italian Renaissance"; and "Was There s Renaissance State?"; Gene Brucker, "Civic Traditions in Premodern Italy"; Anthony Molho, "Cosimo de' Medici: Pater Patriae or Padrine?"; Paula Findlen, "Urban Life and Values"; Christian Klapisch-Zuber, "'Kin, Friends, and Neighbors': The Urban Territory of Merchant Family in 1400"; Diane Owen Hughes, "Sumptuary Law and Social Relations in Renaissance Italy"; Edward Muir, "The Virgin on the Street Corner: The Place of the Sacred Italian Cities"; Paula Findlen, "Gender and Society"; Stanley Chojnacki, "'The Most Serious Duty': Motherhood, Gender, and Patrician Culture in Renaissance Venice"; Michael Rocke, "Gender and Sexual Culture in Renaissance Italy"; Paula Findlen, "The Power of Knowledge"; Theodor E. Mommsen, "Petrarch's Conception of the 'Dark Ages"'; Anthony Grafton, "Commerce with the Classics"; Lisa Jardine, "Isotta Nogarola: Women Humanists-Education for What?"; Paula Findlen, "Patronage, Art, and Cult ure"; Melissa Meriam Bollard, "Heroes and Their Workshops: Medici Patronage and the Problem of Shared Agency"; and Rose Marie Juan, "The Court Lady's Dilemma: Isabella d'Este and Art Collecting in the Renaissance.

Rawlings, Helen. Church, Religion and Society in Early Modern Spain. (European Studies Series.) New York: Palgrave/St. Martin's Press, 2002. xviii + 186 pp. index, append. tbls. map. bibl. $19.95. ISBN: 0-333-63695-3.

COLLECTIONS AND STUDIES

Allaire, Gloria, ed. The Italian Novella: A Book of Essays. London and New York: Routledge, 2003. viii + 242 pp. + 7 color pls. index. illus. $90. ISBN: 0-415-93725-6.

Contents: Ernesto Virgulti, "Lies My Father Told Me: Boccaccio's Novelletta of Filippo Balducci and His Son"; Susan Gaylard, "The Crisis of Word and Deed in Decameron V, 10"; Cormac O'Cuilleandin, "Master and Servant Roles in the Decameron"; Myriam Swennen Ruthenberg, "Telling Lies, Telling Lives: Giovanni Sercambi between Cronaca and Novella"; Cathy Ann Elias, "Sercambi's Novellere and Croniche as Evidence for Musical Entertainment in the Fourteenth Century"; Maria Bendinelli Predelli, "The Lover Praised by the Husband: A Courtly Tale between Exemplum and Novella"; Michael Papio, "Masuccio Salernirano's Gusto dell'orrido"; Manuela Scarci, "Imitation and Subversion of Models in Agnolo Firenzuola's I Ragionamenti"; Domenico Zanre, "Alterity and Sexual Transgression in the Sixteenth-Century-Tuscan Novella"; Suzanne Magnanini, "Animal Anxieties: Straparola's 'Il re porco'"; and Christopher Nissen, "The Motif of the Woman in the Male Disguise from Boccaccio to Bigolina."

Anderson, Linda Marie and Janis Lull, eds. "A Certain Text's Close Readings and Textual Studies on Shakespeare and Others in Honor of Thomas Clayton. Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press/AUP, 2002. 205 pp. index, append. bibl. $41.50. ISBN: 0-87413-789-6.

Contents: Linda Anderson, Janis Lull, and David Haley, "Introduction"; Richard Proudfoot, "'Modernizing' the Printed Ply-Text in Jacobean London: Some Early reprints of Muceclorus"; David Haley, "'The Cause of This Defect': The Dram of Eale"; Janis Lull, "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blooper: Some Notes on the Endless Editing of Richard III; Linda Anderson, "'Who's in, who's out': Stage Directions and Stage Presences in The Merry Wives of Windsor, Q1"; Stephen Booth, "The Physics of Hamlet's 'Rogue and Peasant Slave' Speech"; Jay L. Halio, "The Induction as Clue in The Taming of the Shrew"; Joyce Suthpen, "'Of comfort and Despair': A Shakespesrian Compass"; Achsah Guibbory, "Hesperides. the Hebrew Bible, and Herrick's Christian Identity"; D. M. Hooley, "'But above all he excelleth in a Translation: Ben Jonson's Horace"; and Anatoly Liberman, "A Cobweb of Dwarves and Dweebs (An Exercise in Very Close Reading and Germanic Etymology)."

Bell, Janis C. and Thomas C. Willette, eds. Art History In The Age of Beiori: Scholarship and Cultural Politics in Seventeenth-Century Rome. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xvi + 396 pp. index. illus. bibl. $90. ISBN: 0-521-78248-1.

Contents: Janis Bell, "Introduction"; Giovanna Perini, "Belloriana methodus: A Scholar's Bildungsgeschichte in Seventeenth-Century Rome"; Louis Marchesano, "Antiquarian Modes and Methods: Bellori and Filippo Buonarroti the Younger"; Tomaso Montanan, "Bellori and Christina of Sweden"; Ingo Herklore, "Bellori, Fabretti, and Trajan's Column"; Eugene Dwyer, "Belloni as Iconographer: The Veterum illustrium ... imagines"; Hetty E. Joyce, "From Darkness to Light: Annibale Carracci, Bellori, and Ancient Painting"; Claire Pace and Janis Bell, "The Allegorical Engravings in Bellori's Lives"; Martins Hansmann, "Con modo nuovo li descrive: Bellori's Descriptive Method"; Anthony Colantuono, "Scherzo: Hidden Meaning, Genre, and Generic Criticism in Bellori's Lives"; Janis Bell, "Bellori's Analysis of Colore in Domenichino's Last Communion of St. Jerome"; and Thomas Willette, "The Second Edition of Bellori's Lives: Placing Luca Giordano in the Canon of Moderns."

Cascardi, Anthony J., ed. The Cambridge Companion to Cervantes. Cambridge, UK and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xviii + 242 pp. + 3 b/w pls. index. append. illus. bibl. $60 (cl), $22 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-66321-0 (cl), 0-52166387-3 (pbk).

Contents: Anthony J. Cascardi, "Introduction"; B.W. Ife, "The Historical and Social Context"; Frederick A. De Armas, "Cervantes and the Italian Renaissance"; Anthony J. Cascardi, "Don

Quixote and the Invention of the Novel"; Alexander Welsh, "The Influence of Cervantes"; Mary Malcolm Gaylord, "Cervantes' Other Fiction"; Malveena McKendrick, "Writings of the Stage"; Adrienne L. Martin, "Humor and Violence in Cervantes"; Anne J. Cruz, "Psyche and Gender in Cervantes"; Diana De Armas Wilson, "Cervantes and the New World"; and Anthony J. Cascardi, "Appendix: List of electronic Resources and Scholarly Editions."

Connell, William J., ed. Society and Individual in Renaissance Florence. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2002. xii + 454 PP. + 2 color pp. index. illus. tbls. map. $65. ISBN: 0-520-23254-2.

Contents: William J. Connell, "Introduction"; F.W. Kent, "'Be rather Loved than Feared': Class Relations in Quattrocento Florence"; John M. Najemy, "Giannozzo and His Elders: Alberti's Critique of Renaissance Patriarchy"; Julius Kirahner, "Li Emergenti Bisogni Matrimoniali in Renaissance Florence"; Dale Kent, "Michele del Giogante's House of Memory"; Thomas Kuehn, "Inheritance and Identity in Early Renaissance Florence. The Estate of Paliano di Falco"; Margery A. Ganz, "Perceived Insults and their Consequences: Acciaiuoli, Neroni, and Medici Relationships in the 1460s"; David S. Peterson, "The War of the Eight Saints in Florentine Memory and Oblivion"; Sharon T. Strocehia, "Naming a Nun: Spiritual Exemplars and Corporate Identity in Florentine Convents, 1450-1530"; Donald Weinstein, "The Prophet as Physician of Souls: Savonarola's Manual for Confessors"; Laura Martines, "Raging against Priests in Italian Renaissance Verse"; William M. Bowaky, "Liturgy for Nonliturgists"; John K. Brackett, "The Florentine Crim inal Underworld: The Underside of the Renaissance"; James R. Banker, "Lay Male Identity in the Institutions of a Tuscan Provincial Town"; Alison Brown, "Insiders and Outsiders: The Changing Boundaries of Exile"; Paula Clarke, "The Identity of the Expatriate: Florentines in Venice in the Late Fourteenth and Early Fifteenth Centuries"; and Paul Flemer, "Clement VII and the Crisis of the Sack of Rome."

Cox-Rearick, Janet, ed. Giulio Romano: Master Designer. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1999. 168 pp. + 142 b/w pls. index. illus. bibl. $40. ISBN: 1-885998-21-K

Contents: Janet Cox-Rearick, "Giulio Romano-Master Designer"; Richard Aste, "Giulio Romano and His Master, Raphael 15 16-24"; and "Giulio Romano as Designer of Erotica: I modi 1524-25"; Margareth Schwartz, "Giulio Romano as Court Artist to Federico Gonzaga and Ercole Gonasga in Mantus: Studies for Metalwork, Devices, and Tapestries, 1524-46"; Christine Begley, "Sala imperiale, Palazzo Ducale"; and "Giulio Romano as Court Artist to Federico Gonzaga in the Late 1520s: Studies for Decorations in the Camera di Psiche, the Camera delle Aquile, Camera dei Venti, Palazzo Te; and studies for the Sala Imperiale, Palazzo Duesle"; Valerie Taylor, "Giulia Romano as Court Artist to Federico Gonzaga in the Early 1530s: Studies for Decorations in the Camera di Atrilio Regolo and the Camera dei Giganti, Palazzo Te"; Michael McAuliffe, "ca. 1526-46"; and "Giulio Romano as Court Artist to Federico Gonzaga, the King of France, and the City of Patina: Studies for Fresco and Stucco Decorations, Easel paintings, a Tapestry, and a Festival Decoration"; and Elsa Homberg-Pinassi, "Giulio Romano as Designer of Religious Works in Mantua, 1526-46."

Cracco, Giorgio, ed. Per una storia dei santuari cristiani d'Italia: approcci regionali. Bologna: Societli editrice ii Mulino, 2002. 494 pp. index. [euro]28.50. ISBN: 88-15-08789-3.

Contents: Giorgio Cracco, "Prospettive sui santuari. Dal secolo delle devozioni al secolo delle religioni"; John Scheid, "Prima dei santuari cristiani: il mondo pagano. Progetto di un inventario dei luoghi di culto dell'Iltalia antics"; Andrea Piazza, "Tradizioni eremiticomonastiche e santuari in area subalpina"; Paolo Cozzo, "Santuari del Principe. I santuari subalpini d'eta' oderna nel progetto politico sabaudo"; Caludia Paolocci, "I santuari della Liguria"; Giancarlo Andenna, "I santuari della Lombardia. Brevi note sui dati sinora raccolti"; Leo Andergassen, "Note per una storia dei santuari sudtirolesi"; Emanuele Curzel, "Dal luogo di devozione al santuaria. Per una storia dei santuari trentini"; Giuseppina Dc Sandre Gasparini, Francesca Lomastro Tognato, and Laura Gaffuri, "Santuari veneti: dati e problemi"; Andrea Tilatti, "Santuari del Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Prime note per una interpretazione"; Luigi Canetti, "Prospettive per la ricerca sui santuari cristiani in Emilia Romagna"; Isabella Gagliardi and Anna Benvenuti, "Santuari in Toscana. Primo bilancio per una ricerca in corso"; Mario Tosti, "Per una nuova storia dei santuari crisriani in Umbria";

Giuseppe Cucco, "Santuari marchigiai"; Giorgia Otranto, "Tipologie regionali dei santuari cristiani nell'Italia meridionale"; Luigi Pelegrini, "I santuari d'Abruzzo e Molise. Prime considerazioni su una ricerca in corso"; Ada Campione, Immacolata Aulisa, Maria Stella Calo', Paola De Sanctis, and Giuseppe Di Cagno, "I santuari non mariani in Puglia"; Giovanni Vitolo, "San tuari e pellegrinaggi della Campania Medievale. L'esempio di Montevergine"; Giuseppe Roma, "Il censimento dei santujari cristiani in Calabria. Alcune considerazioni"; Vincenza Milazzo, "Santuari e storia religiosa. La Sicilia orientale"; Olivetta Schena, Maria Giuseppina Mcloni, and Anna Maria Oliva, "I santuari sardi di epoca medievale: primo bilancio di un censimento"; Francesco Scorza Barcellona, "Momenti e problemi della ricerca sui santuari del Lazio"; and Sofia Boesch Gajano, "Postille ad un impresa in itinere."

Gilly, Carlos and Cis van Heertum, eds. Magia, alchimia, scienza dat '400 al '700: L'influsso di Ermete Trismegisto/Magic, Alchemy and Science: The Influence of Hermes Trismegistus. Florence: Centro Di/Edifimi Srl., 2002. 588 pp. index. illus. tbls. bibi. n.p. ISBN: 88-7038-359-8.

Contents: Marino Zorzi, "Prezentaziore"; and "Presentation"; Joost A. Ritman, "Bessarione e l'influenza di Ermetre Trismegisto"; Carlos Gilly, "Schede Delle opere in mostra I Exhibition entries"; and "Bessarion and the influence of Hermes Trismegistus"; Frans A. Janssen, "La galassia ermetica"; and "The Hermetic galaxy"; Carlos Gilly, "Introduzione"; and "Introduction"; Cesare Vasoli, "L'Ermetismo a Venezia. Da Franceaco Giorgio Veneto ad Agostino Steuco"; and "Hermetism in Venice. From Francesco Giorgio Veneto to Agostino Steuco"; Antonio Rigo, "Da Costantinopoli alla biblioreca di Venezia: i libri ermetici di medici, astrologi e maghi dell'ultima Bisanzio"; and "From Constantinople to the library of Venice: the Hermetic books of late Byzantine doctors, astrologers and magicians"; Jean Lettouit, "Hermetisme et alchimie: contribution a l'etude du Marcianus graecus 299 (=M)"; and "Hermetism and alchemy: contribution to the study ofMarcianus graecus 299 (=M)"; Marino Zorzi, "Ermete Trismegisto nelle biblioteche veneziane"; and "Hermes Trismegistus in the Venetian libraries"; Federico Barbierato, "La lerterarura magica di fronte all'Inquisizione veneziana fra '500 e '700"; and "Magical literature and the Venice Inquisition from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries"; Carlos Gilly, "Un bel trattato ermerico del paracelsismo: il Dc tribus facultaribus di Alexander von Suchren"; "Paracelsianism brings forth a fine Hermetical treatise: Suchren's De tribus facultati bus"; "II primo prontuario di magia bianca in Germaia"; "The first book of white magic in Germany"; "Paracelsismo per filosofi: Petrus Severinus"; "Paracelsianian for philosophers: Petrus Severinus"; "Pens di morre per paracelsisti: il grande sogno di Thomas Erastus"; "Capital punishment for Paracelsians: a dear wish of Thomas Erastus"; and "II Theatrum humanae vitae di Theodor Zwinger: da una hisroria naturalis' dell'uomo ad un 'Novum Organum' delle scienze"; Anna Laura Puliafito, "Searching for a new physics: metaphysics of light and ancient knowledge i n Francesco Patrizi da Cherso"; Carlos Gilly, "Theodor Zwinger's Theatrum humanae vitae: from natural anthropology to a 'Novum Organum' of sciences"; "Tra Paracelso, Pelagio e Ganello: l'ermerismo in John Dee"; "Between Paracelsus, Pelagius and Ganellus: Hermetism in John Dee"; "II ritrovamento dell'originale del Calendarium Naturale Magicum Perperuum di GroBschedel"; "The rediscovery of the original of GroBschedel's Calendarium Narurale Magicum Perpetuum"; "Philippe Du Plessis Mornay: ugonotro, dipbomatico ed ermetico"; "Philippe Du Plessis Mornay: Huguenor, diplomat and Hermetist"; "L'Amphirbearrum Sapientiae Aeternae di Heinrich Khunrarh"; "The Amphithearrum Sapienriac Aeternae of Heinrich Khunrsth"; "Ermete o Lutero" Alla riceres del De anriqua philosophia er divina veterum magorum sapientia recuperanda di Johann Arndr"; "Hermes or Luther" The search for Johann Arndt's De anriqus philosophia er divina veterum magorum sapientia recuperanda"; "La 'quinta colonna' nell'ermetismo: Andreas Libavius"; "The 'fif th column' within Hermetiam: Andreas Libavius"; "Sulla genesi del Theatrum Chemicum di L. Zetzner a Strasburgo"; and "On the genesis of L. Zetzner's Thestrum Chemicum in Strasbourg"; Anna Laura Puliafito, "Alla riceres di uns nuova fisica: metafisica dells luce e antics aapienza in Francesco Patrizi da Cherso"; Carlos Gilly, "Ermetismo per turisri, ovvero come fare di Ermete un pezzo da museo: Athanasius Kircher"; and "Hermetism for tourists: Athanasius Kircher makes a museum piece out of Hermes"; and Thomas Hofmeier, "Varianti esoriche dellaTabula smaragdina"; "Exotic variations of the Tabula smaragdina"; "Filologis contro immaginazione: Isaac Casaubon e il mito di Ermete Trismegisto"; "Philology versus imagination: Isaac Casaubon and the myth of Hermes Trismegisrus"; "Cudworth e Casaubon: critics storics contro critics testuale"; and "Cudworth versus Casaubon: historical versus textual criticism."

Helmrath, Johannes, Ulrich Muhlack, and Gerrit Walther, eds. Diffusion des Humanismus: us: Studien zur nationalen Geschichtsschreibung europaischer Humanisten. Gottingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2002. 464 pp. + 19 b/w pls. index. Illus. [euro]35. ISBN: 3-89244-506-0.

Contents: Johannes Helmrath, "Diffusion des Humanismus. Zur Einfuhrung"; Ulrich Muhlack, "Humanistrische Historiographie"; Jorg W. Busch, "Die vorhumanistischen Laiengeschichtsschreiber in den oberitalienischen Kommunen und ihre Vorstellungen vom Ursprung der eigenen Heimat"; Ottavio Clavuot, "Flavio Biondos Italia illustrata. Portrat und historisch-geographische Legitimation der humanistischen Elite Italiens"; Bruno Figliuolo, "Die humanistische Historiographic in Neapel und ihr Einfluss auf Europa (1450-1550)"; Johannes Helmrath, "Vesitigia Aeneae imitari Enea silvio Piccolomini ala 'Apostel' des Humanismus. Formen und Wege seiner Diffusion"; Ulrich Muhlack, "Das Projekt der Germania illustrata. Em Paradigma der Diffusion des Humanismus?"; Reinhard Stauber, "Hartmann Schedel, der Nurnberger Humanistischenkreis un die 'Erweiterung der deutschen Nation'"; James Hirstein, "Ermolao Barbaro ala vorbild. Der Einfluss seiner Plinius-Kommentare auf die 'Geschichtsschreibung' des Beatus Rhenanus im dritten Buch sein er Rerum Germanicarum libri III"; Thomas Maissen, "Weshalb die Eidgenossen Helvetier wurden. Die Humanistische Definition einer natio"; Horst Bredekamp, "Herrscher und Kunstler in der Renaissance Ostmitteleuropas"; Sebestyen Kiss and Laszlo Havas, "Die Geschichtskonzeption Antonio Bonfinis"; Jan Pirozynski, "Humanistische Geschichtsschreibung in Polen"; Heribert Muller, "Der franzosische Fruhumanismus um 1400. Patriotismus, Propaganda und Historiographie"; Franck Collard, "Paulus Aemilius' De rebus gestis francorum. Diffusion und Rezeption eines humanistischen Geschichtswerks in Frankreich"; Susanne Saygin, "Historia Magistra Vitae? Zum Verstandnis humanistischer Geschichtsschreibung im spatmittelalterlichen England am Beispiel von Humphrey, Herzog Von Gloucester (1390-1447)"; Frank Rexroth, "Polydor Vergil ala Geschichtsschreiber und der englische Beittag zum europaischen Humanismus"; and Gerrit Walther, "Nationalgeschichte ala Exportgut. Mogliche Antworten auf die Frage: Was heisst 'Diffusion des Humanismus ?'"

Hirstein, James, ed. Beatus Rhenanus (1485-1547), lecteur et editeur des textes anciens: Actes du Colloque International tenu a Strasbourg et a Selestat du 13 au 15 novembre 1998. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2001. 596 pp. [euro]75. ISBN: 2-503-51120-1.

Hsia, Ronnie Po-Chia and H.F.K. Van Nierop, eds. Calvinism and Religious Toleration in the Dutch Golden Age. Cambridge, UK and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. viii + 187 pp. index. bibl. $55. ISBN: 0-521-80682-8.

Contents: Jonathan Israel, "Religious Toleration and Radical Philosophy in the Later Dutch Golden Age"; Ronnie Po-Chia Hsia, "Introduction"; Benjamin J. Kaplan, "'Dutch' religious Tolerance: Celebration and Revision"; Willem Frijhoff, "Religious Toleration in the United Provinces: from 'case' to 'model'"; Judith Pollmann, "The Bond of Christian Piety: the Individual practice of Tolerance and Intolerance in the Dutch Republic"; Joke Spaans, "Religious Policies in the Seventeenth-Century Dutch Republic"; Christine Kooi, "Paying off the sheriff: strategies of Catholic Toleration in Golden Age Holland"; Henk Van Nierop, "Sewing the Bailiff in a blanket: Catholics and the Law in Holland"; Samme Zijlstra, "Anabaptism and Tolerance: Possibilities and Limitations"; Peter Van Rooden, "Jews and Religious Toleration in the Dutch Republic"; Jonathan Israel, "Religious Toleration and Radical Philosophy in the Later Golden Age (1668-1710)"; and Maaarten Prak, "The Politics of Introlerance: Citizenship and Religion in the D utch Republic (Seventeenth to Eighteenth Century)."

Izbicki, Thomas M. and Christopher M. Bellitto, eds. Nicholas of Cusa and His Age: Intellect and Spirituality. Essays Dedicated to the Memoy of F Edward Cranz, Thomas P. McTighe and Charles Trinkaus. Boston and Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2002. xiv + 282 pp. index, append. bibi. $85. ISBN: 90-04-12557-4.

Contents: Wilhelm Dupre, "Lines of Convergence: Some Remarks on Spirit and Mind in the Work of Nicholas of Cuss"; Louis Dupre, "Prolegomena to Nicholas of Cusa's Theory of

Religious Symbols"; Dennis D. Martin, "Behind the Scene: The Carthusian Presence in Late Medieval Spirituality"; Thomas E. Morrissey, "Canonists in Crises Ca. 1400-50: Pisa, Constance, Basel"; Thomas M. Izbicki and Lawrence Hundersmarck, "Nicholas of Cusa's Early Sermons on the Incarnation: an Early Renaissance Philosopher-Theologian as Preacher"; Walter Andreas Euler, "Proclamation of Christ in Selected Sermons From Cusanus' Brixen Period"; Clyde Lee Miller, "Meister Eckhart in Nicholas of Cusa's 1456 Sermon: Ubi est qui natus est rex Juderum?"; Elizabeth Brient, "Meister Eckhart and Nicholas of Cusa on the 'Where' of God"; Bernard McGinn, "Maximum Contractum at Absolutum: The Motive For the Incarnation in Nicholas of Cusanus and his Predecessors"; H. Lawrence Bond, "The 'Icon' and the 'Iconic Text' in Nicholas of Cusa's De Visione Dei"; Brian A. Pavlac, "The Curse of Cusanus: Excommunication in Fifteenth Century Germany"; Morimichi Watanabe, "St. Nicholas Hospital at Kues as a Spiritual Legacy of Nicholas o f Cusa"; and Yelena Matusevich, "Jean Gerson (1363-1429), Nicholas of Cusa (1401-64), Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples (1450-1537): The Continuity of Ideas."

Kraye, Jill A. Classical Traditions in Renaissance Philosophy. (Variorum Collected Studies Series, CS743.) Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002. x + 320 pp. index. $105.95. ISBN: 0-86078-880-6.

Contents: Jill Kraye, "Melanchthon's Ethics Commentaries and Textbooks. (Original English version of 'Melanchthons etische Kommentare und Lehrbucher,' in Melanchthon und das Lehrbuch des 16. Jahrhunderts, ed. J. Leonhardt [Rostock: Universitat Rostock, 1997])"; "Erasmus and the Canonization of Aristotle: the Letters to John More. (With an Appendix by M. C. Davies 'England and the Continental Renaissance': Essays in Honour of J. B. Trapp, ed. E. Chaney and P. Mack [Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 1990])"; "The Transformation of Platonic Love in the Italian Renaissance. (Platonism and the English Imagination, ed. A. Baldwin and S. Hutton [Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994])"; "Cicero, Stoicism and Textual Criticism: Poliziano on [kappa][alpha][tau]o[rho][theta][omega][micro][alpha]. (Rinascimento 23 [Florence, 1983])"; "Renaissance Commentaries on the Nichomachean Ethics. (The Vocabulary of Teaching and Research between Middle Ages and Renaissance, Proceedings of the Colloquium: London Warburg Institu te, 11-12 March 1994, ed. O. Weijers, CIVICIMA: Etudes sur le vocabulaire du moyen age VIII [Turnhout: Brepols, 1995])"; "'Ethnicorum omnium sanctissimus': Marcus Aurelius and his Meditations From Xylander to Diderot. (Humanism and Early Modern Philosophy, ed. J. Kraye and M. Stone [London and New York: Routledge, 2000])"; "Francesco Filelfo on Emotions, Virtues and Vices: A Re-examination of his Sources. (Bibliotheque d'humanisme et Renaissance 43 [Geneva, 1981])"; "Alexander of Aphrodisias, GianFrancesco Beati and the Problem of Metaphysics [alpha]. (Renaissance Society and Culture: Essays in Honor of Eugene F. Rice, Jr. ed. J. Monfasani and R. Musto [New York: Italica Press, 1991])"; "Lorenzo and the Philosophers. (Lorenzo the Magnificent: Culture and Politics in Medicean Florence, ed. M. Mallet and N. Mann [London: Warburg Institute, 1996])"; "Like Father, Like Son: Aristotle, Nichomacus and the Nicomachean Ethics. (Arisrotelica and Lulliana magistro doctissimo Chales H. Lohr septuagesimumannum feliciter agenti dedicata, ed. R. Imbach et al. [Turnhout: Brepols, 1995])"; "Daniel Heinsius and the Author of De Mundo. (The Use of Greek and Latin: Historical Essays, ed. A.C. Dionisotti, Anthony Grafton and Jill Kraye [London: Warburg Institute, 1988])"; "The Printing History of Aristotle in the Fifteenth Century: A Bibliographical Approach to Renaissance Philosophy. (Renaissance Studies 9. [Oxford, 1995])"; "Francesco Filefo's Lost Letter. (De Ideis. Journal of the Warburg and Courtland Institutes 42. [London, 1979])"; "The Psedo Aristotelian Theology in Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Europe. (Pseudo Aristotle in the Middle Ages: The Theology and Other Texts, ed. J. Kraye, W. F. Ryan and Charles B. Schmitt [London: Warburg Institute, 1986])"; and "Aristotle's God and the Authenticity of De Mundo: An Early Modern Controversy. (Journal of the History of Philosophy 28 [Los Angeles 1990])."

Langer, Ullrich G., ed. Au-dela de la Poetique: Aristote et la litterature de la Renaissance Beyond the Poetics: Aristotle and Early Modern Literature. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2002. 170 pp. index. [euro]65. ISBN: 2-600-00698-2.

Contents: Ullrich Langer, "Introduction"; Francis Goyet, "Prudence et panurgie: Le machiavelisme est-il aristotelicien?"; John O'Brien, "Aristotle's Prudence, and Pyrrho's";

Francois Rigolot, "Montaigne et Arisote: La conversion I'Ethique a Nicomague"; Richard E. Goodkin, "Aristote aussi bien que la Raison: The Limits of Phronesis in D'Aubignac's La Pratique du theatre"; Joshua Scodel, "Dryden the Critic's Historicist and Cosmopolitan Man"; Jane Tylus, "Aristotelian Humanism. Women, and the Public Space"; Kathy Eden, "In the Household of Peripatetics: Aristotle and the Renaissance Letters"; Ian Maclean, "Aristotle's Infinities in the Late Renaissance"; and Marie-Luce Demonet, "Scolastique franaise et mondes possibles a fin de la Renaissance."

Marino, John A., ed. Early Modem History and the Social Sciences: Testing the Limits of Braudel's Mediterranean. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press, 2002. xx + 290 pp. index. tbls. map. bibl. $44.95 (cl), $34.95 (pbk). ISBN: 1-931112-07-X (cl), 1-931112-07-X (pbk).

Contents: John A. Marino, "On the Shores of Bohemia: Recovering Geography"; Bartolome Yun Casalilla, "City and Countryside in Spain: Changing Structures, Changing Relationships, 1450-1850"; Jan De Vries, "Great Expectations: Early Modern History and the Social Sciences"; Ottavia Niccoli, "Images of Society"; Peter Burke, "Civilizations and Frontiers: Anthropology of the Early Modern Mediterranean"; M.J. Rodriguca-Salgado, "Dust and Ashes: The History of Politics and War"; Jack A. Goldstone, 'The Longue Duree and Cycles of Revolt in European History"; Antonio Manuel Hespanha, "Early Modern Law and the Anthropological Imagination of Old European Culture"; Henry Kamen, Strategies of Survival: Minority Cultures in the Western Mediterranean"; Mark Elvin, "Braudel and China"; and Anthony Pagden, "Plus Ultra: America and the Changing European Notions of Time and Space."

Morris, Colin and Peter Roberts, eds. Pilgrimage: The English Experience from Becket to Bunyan. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xvi + 268 pp. + 31 b/w pls. index. illus. map. $60. ISBN: 0-521-80811-1.

Consents: Colin Morris, "Introduction"; Nicholas Vincent, "The Pilgrimages of the Angevin Kings of England, 1154-1272"; Richard Gameson, "The Early Imagery of Thomas Becket"; Tim Tatton-Brown, "Canterbury and the architecture of Pilgrimage Shrines in England"; Carole Rawcliffe, "Curing Bodies and Healing Souls: Pilgrimage and the Sick in Medieval East Anglia" Colin Morris, "Pilgrimage to Jerusalem in the Late Middle Ages"; Eamon Duffy, "The Dynamics of Pilgrimage in Late Medieval England"; Michael Bush, "The Pilgrimage of Grace and the Pilgrim tradition of Holy War"; Peter Roberts, "Politics, Drama and the Cult of Thomas Becket in the Sixteenth Century"; and N. H. Keeble, "'To be a Pilgrim': Constructing the Protestant Life in Early Modern England."

Muir, Bernard J., ed. Reading Texts and Images: Essays on Medieval and Renaissance Art and Patronage. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2002. xxviii + 338 pp. + 17 color pls. index. illus. $85. ISBN: 0-85989-713-3.

Contents: Peter Steele, "A Triad for Margaret Manion"; Bernard J. Muir, "The Genealogy of Christ and the Decoration of Folio 188 of The Book of Kells"; Rodney Thomson, "Minor Manuscript Decoration from the West of England in the Twelfth Century"; Joan E. Barclay Lloyd, "The River of Life in the Medieval Mosaics of S. Maria Maggiore in Rome"; John Stinson, "The Rimini Antiphonal: Palimpsest Music and Renaissance Liturgical Practice"; Nigel Morgan, "Patrons and Devotional Images in English Art of the International Gothic ca. 1350-1450"; Lucy Freeman Sandler, "The Illustration of the Psalms in Fourteenth-Century English Manuscripts: Three Psalters of the Bohun Family"; Christopher de Hamel, "Pink Elephants in Brussels"; Thomas Kren, "Seven Illuminated books of Hours Written by the Parisian Scribe Jean Dubreuil, ca. 1475-85"; Jonathan J. G. Alexander, "Chastity, Love and Marriage in the Margins of the Wharncliffe Hours"; Janet Backhouse, "A Further Illuminated Devotional Book for the Use of Lady Margareth Beaufort"; Louise Marshall, "Reading the Body of a Plague Saint: Narrative Altarpieces and Devotional Images of St. Sebastian in Renaissance Art"; Dagmar Eichberger, "Close Encounters with Death: Changing Representations of Women in Renaissance Art and Literature"; and Gerard Vaughan, "An Eighteenth-Century Classicist's Medievalism: The Case of Charles Townley."

Pabel, Hilmar M. and Mark Vessey, eds. Holy Scripture Speaks: The Production and Reception of Erasmus' Paraphrases on the New Testament. Buffalo and Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002. xvi + 398 pp. + 1 b/w pl. index. illus. bibl. $80. ISBN:0-8020-3642-2.

Contents: Mark Vessey, "Introduction"; and "The Tongue and the Book: Erasmus' Paraphrases on the New Testament and the Arts of Scripture"; Bernard Roussel, "Exegetical Fictions? Biblical Paraphrases of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries"; Robert D. Sider, "Historical Imagination and the Representation of Paul in Erasmus' Paraphrases on the Pauline Epistles"; Mechtilde O'Mara, "Triumphs, Trophies and Spoils: Roman History in Some Paraphrases on Paul by Erasmus"; Jane E. Phillips, "Suh evangelistae persona: The Speaking Voice in Erasmus' Paraphrase on Luke"; Irena Backus, "Jesus and His Family in Erasmus' Paraphrases on Luke and John"; Hilmar M. Pabel, "Exegesis and Marriage in Erasmus' Paraphrases on the New Testament"; John J. Bateman, "The Textual Travail of the Thomas Secundus of the Paraphrases"; Erika Rummel, "Why Noel Beda Did Not Like Erasmus' Paraphrases"; Guy Bedouelle, "The Paraphrases of Erasmus in French"; and Gretchen E. Minton, "John Bale's Image of Both Churches and the English Paraphrase o n John Craig, "Forming a Protestant Consciousness? Erasmus' Paraphrases in English Parishes, 1574-1666."

Rublack, Ulinka, ed. Gender in Early Modern German History. (Past and Present Publications.) Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xvi + 308 pp. index. illus. map. $60. ISBN: 0-521-81398-0.

Contents: Ulinka Rublack, "Meanings of gender in early modern German history"; Heide Wunder, "What made a man a man? Sixteenth- and seventeenth-century findings"; Eva Labouvie. "Men in witchcraft trials: towards a social anthropology of 'male' understandings of magic and witchcraft"; Alison Rowlands, "Monstrous deception: midwifery, fraud and gender in early modern Rothenburg ob de Tauber"; Lyndal Roper, "'Evil imaginings and fsntasies': child-witches and the end of the witch craze"; Mary Lindemnann, "Gender tales: the multiple identities of Maiden Heinrich, Hamburg 1700"; Merry E. Wiesner, "Disembodied theory? Discourses of sex in early modern Germany"; Renate Blickle, "Peasant protest and the language of women's petitions: Christina Vend's supplicarions of 1629"; Ulinka Rublack, "State-formation, gender and the experience of governance in early modern Wurttemberg"; Ulrike Strasser, "Cloistering women's past: conflicting accounts of enclosure in a seventeenth-century Munich nunnery"; Ulrike Gleixner, "Memory , religion and family in the writings of Pietist women"; and Dagmar Freist, "One body, two confessions: mixed marriages in Germany."

Scher, Stephen K. and Raymond B. Waddington, eds. Perspectives on the Renaissance Medal. (Garland Studies in the Renaissance.) London and New York: Garland Publishing, 2000. 240 pp. index. $60. ISBN: 0-8153-2074-4.

Contents: Stephen K. Scher, "An Introduction to 'Perspectives on the Renaissance Medal'"; Raymond Waddington, "Pisanello's Paragoni"; Joanna Woods-Maraden, "Visual Constructions of the Art of War: Images for Machiavelli's Prince"; Kristen Lippincott, "'Un Gran pelago': The Impresa and the Medieval reverse in Fifteenth Century Italy"; Louis Alexander Waldman, "'The Modern Lysippus': A Roman Quattrocenro Medalist in Context"; John Cunnally, "Changing Patterns of Antiquarianism in the Imagery of the Italian Renaissance Medal"; Alan Stahl, "Medal in the Renaissance"; J. Graham Pollard, "Text and Image: Themes on Reverse of Fifteenth and Sixteenth century Medals"; Philip Attwood, "Giovanni Bernardi and the Question of Medal Attributions in Sixteenth Century Italy"; Jeffrey Chipps Smith, "A Crestive Moment: Thoughts on the Genesis of the German Portrait Medal"; Hermann Maue, "Ancient Themes on Erzgehirggishen Medals "; and Mark Jones, "Correct and Incorrect: The Composition of Medallic Reverses in Late Seventeenth-Century France."

Signore, Mario, ed. Idee: Rivista di Filosofia. Lecce: Milella/Lecce Spazio Vivo srl., 2002. 156 pp. n.p. ISSN: 0394-3054.

Contents: Bernhard Vinaty, "Moro inerziale e moto perpetuo. Si implicano oppure si escludono a vicenda?"; Pietro De Vitiis, "Civilizzazione mondiale e societa' mondiale. Il problema della pularlita' delle civilta' nell'eta' della tecnica"; Tibor Szabo, "La 'sensibilita del pensiero filosofico di Abbagnano"; Gaetano Licata, "Segno e scrittura in Cost parlo Zarathustra"; Demetrio Ria, "Una riflessione storico-epistemologica sul concerto di invarianza' nel pensiero di H. Weyl"; Dario Giugliano, "II desiderio sospeso. Aproposiro degli ultimi saggi di Silvano Perrosino"; Fabrizia Abbate, "Capacita' e normativa in Martha Nussbaum. Quando l'indagine femminile serve al progresso della glocalizzazione"; and Dolores Merico, "J. Rawls: il liberalismo politico e la condivisione dei valori."

Smith, Stephen W. and Travis Curtright, eds. Shakespeare's Last Plays: Essays in Literature and Politics. Boulder and Lanham, MA: Lexington Books, 2002. xii + 260 pp. index. $75. ISBN: 0-7391-0361-X.

Contents: Paul A. Cantor, "Shakespeare's The Tempest: Tragicomedy and the Philosophic Hero"; Richard Harp, "The Consolation of Romance: Providence in Shakespeare's Late Plays"; John E. Alvis, "Cymbeline in Context: The Regime Issue"; David N. Beauregard, "Shakespeare against the Skeptics: Nature and Grace in The Winter's Tale"; Gerard B. Wegemer, "Henry VIII on Trial: Confronting Malice and Conscience in Shakespeare's Allis True"; Peter Augustine Lawler, "Shakespeare's Realism in The Tempest"; John Freeh, "Pericles and 'Marina': T.S. Eliot's Search for the Transcendent in Late Shakespeare"; Mary P. Nichols, "Tragedy and Comedy in Shakespeare's Poetic Vision in The Winter's Tale"; Glenn C. Arbery, "The Displaced Nativity in Cymbeline"; Nathan Schlueter, "Prospero's Second Sailing: Machiavelli, Shakespeare, and the Polities of The Tempest"; Leo Paul S. deAlvarez, "The Soul of the Sojourner: Pericles, Prince of Tyre"; and R. V. Young, "'Fresh Piece of Excellent Witchcraft': Contemporary Theory and Shakespeare's Romances."

Steinmetz, David C. Luther in Context. (Second edition.) Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House Company, 2002. xvi + 200 pp. index. $19.99. ISBN: 0-8010-2609-1.

Contents: David C. Steinmetz, "Luther against Luther"; "Luther and Augustine on Romans"; "Luther and the Hidden God"; "Abraham and the Reformation"; "Luther among the AntiThomists"; "Luther and Hubmaier on the Freedom of the Human Will"; "Scripture and the Lord's Supper in Luther's Theology"; "Luther and Calvin on Church and Tradition"; "Luther and the Drunkeness of Noah"; "Luther and Two Kingdoms"; "Luther and Formation in Faith"; "Luther and the Ascent of Jacob's Ladder"; and "Luther and Calvin on the Banks of the Jabbok."

Summers, Claude J. and Ted-Larry Pebworth, eds. Fault Lines and Controversies: In the Study of Seventeenth-Century English Literature. Columbia and London: University of Missouri Press, 2002. xii + 236 pp. index. $37.50. ISBN: 0-8262-1423-1.

Contents: Ted-Larry Pebworth and Claude A. Summers, "Introduction"; Robert C. Evans, "'What is Truth?' Defining and Defending Theoretical Pluralism"; Catherine Gimelli Martin, "The Ahistoricism of the New Hisroricism: Knowledge as Power versus Power of Knowledge in Bacon's New Atlantis"; Dennis Flynn, "Conjecture in the Writing of Donne's Biography, with a Modest Proposal"; Dan Jaeckle, "Marvell's 'Mower against Gardens': Reconsidering Bakhtinian Dialogism"; Tobias Gregory, "In Defense of Empson: A Reassessment of Milton's God"; Elizabeth Sauer, "Milton and Dryden on the Restoration Stage"; Kate Narveson, "Profession or Performance? Religion in Early Modern Literary Study"; Jeffrey Johnson, "John Donne and the Socinian Heresy"; P. G. Sranwood, "Critical Directions in the Study of Early Modern Sermons"; Sharon Cadman Seelig, "The Poets of the Renaissance; or, The Illusions of My Youth"; Joan Faust, "Donne on Love: Sometimes the End Just Doesn't Justify the Means"; Cristina Malcolmson "'The Expliestion of White ness and Blackness': Skin Color and the Physics of Malcolmson, Color in the Works of Robert Boyle and Margaret Cavendish"; and William Shullenberger, "Milton's Lady and Lady Milton: Chastity, Prophecy, and Gender in A Maske Presented at Ludlow Castle."

Swiss, Margo and David A. Kent, eds. Speaking Grief in English Literary Culture: Shakespeare to Milton. Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 2002. xi + 365 pp. index. $60. ISBN: 0-8207-0330-3.

Contents: Margo Swiss and David A Kent, "Introduction"; Fred B. Tromly, "Grief, Authority and the Resistance to Consolation in Shakespeare"; Robert C. Evans, "Lyric Grief in Donne and Jonson"; Marjory E. Lange, "Humourous Grief: Donne and Burton Read Melancholy"; Michael McClintock, "Grief, Theater and Society in Thomas Heywood's A Woman Killed with Kindness"; Louis L. Martz, "The Action of Grief in Herbert's 'The Church"; John T. Shawcross, "Transcendence of Grief: On a Sequence by William Hammond"; Donna J. Long, "Maternal Elegies by Mary Carey, Lucy Hastings, Alice Thornton and Gertrude Thimelby"; W. Scott Howard, "An Collins and the Polities of Mourning"; P.G. Stanwood, "Consolatory Grief in the Funeral Sermons of Donne and Taylor"; Paul Parrish, "Moderate Sorrow and Immoderate Tears: Mourning in Crashaw"; Phillip McCaffrey, "Precious Grief: Mourning and Melancholy in Andrew Marvell's 'Nymph'"; Margo Swiss, "Repairing Androgyny: Eve's Tears in Paradise Lost"; and Ralph Houlbrooke, "Afterword."

Thomine, Marie-Claire, Catherine Magnien, and Isabelle Pantin, eds. Devis d'amitie: Melanges en l'honneur de Nicole Cazauran. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2002. 966 Pp. index. [euro]137.20. ISBN: 2-7453-0617-0.

Contents: Jean Mesnard, "Images de Nicole Cazauran"; Francine Mora, "La tentation de Ta nouvelle dans le roman en prose du XIII" siecle, l'episode du compagnonnage d'Eugene's et de Galaad dans la version breve du Tristan en prose"; S. Mazzoni-Peruzzi, "Do nouveau sur Aucassin et Nicolette"; Pierre Server, "Reflexion sur la modernite romanesque de Jehan de Saintre"; Christine Ferlampin-Acher, "Essoufflement er renouvellement du merveilleux dans lea versions Tongues d'Artus de Bretagne du XV" siecle"; Laurence Harf, "Metamorphoses d'une fable, d'Esope a La Fontaine: Le geai pare des plumes du paon"; Philippe Menard, "Lea estampes des Cris de Paris au XVI" siecle"; Eliane Viennot, "Une nouvelle d'Anne de France, l'histoire du siege de Brest"; Olivier Millet, "Variations humanistes, les dialogues de Petrarque (De remediis) er de Bonaventure des Periers (Nouvelles recreations) sur la danse"; Mireille Huchon, "Les clefs du chateau d'Apolidon"; Genevieve Guilleminot, "La destruction de Malines en 1546, do fair diver s a l'histoire prodigieuse"; Jeanne-Marie Boivin, "La bucheron Couillartis et Mercure. Rabelais fabuliste"; Gabriel-Andre Perouse, "Une lecture de L 'Amant ressuscite de La mort d'amour"; Marie-Claire Thomine, "Les jeux sur la poncif dans La Nouvelle Fabrique de Philippe d'Alcripe"; Michel Bideaux, "Le chevalier Filistel chez les bergers de Juliette"; Marie-Dominique Legrand, "La narration autobiographique chez Bernard Palissy ou l'argument do martyre"; Sylviane Bokdam, "Do fait divers au personnage romanesque, l'histoire de Mademoiselle do Luc et l'Infante determinde des Avantures de Floride"; Marguerite Soulie, "Les convictions religieuses de Marguerite de Navarre d'apres le Dialogue en forme de vision nocturne (1524)"; Christine Martineau, "La Vierge er son Dieu dans les comedies bibliques de Marguerite de Navarre"; Jean Lecointe, "La devis des larmes, polemique anti-stoicienne et dialogicite, autour de La Navire de Marguerite de Navarre (1547)"; Isabelle Pantin, "L'ordre des fables, l'allegorie dans Les P risons de Marguerite de Navarre"; Sylvie Lefevre, "Les cornes du cerf ou les lecons de la variante. Encore L'Heptameron"; Gisele Mathieu-Castellani, "L 'Heptameron ou la malice contre la malice"; Francoise Charpenrier, "La rhetorique des dames"; Michel Magnien, "Marguerite et les deux muses, la celebration poetrique do mariage de Jeanne d'Albret par Nicolas Bourbon et Ronsard (1549)"; Annie Parent-Charon, "Presence des Tivres de Marguerite de Navarre dans la boutique d'un marchand libraire parisien en 1561"; Richard Cooper, "Deux admirateurs grecs des trois Marguerite de Valois"; Genevieve Hasenohr, "Quelques opuscules spirituels do XIII (6) siecle en langue d'oc (ma Egerron 945)"; Michel Zink, "Guiraur Riquier, do premier au dernier vets"; Perrine Galand-Hallyn, "Lejour en trap de Jean Salmon Macrin (l'ode liminaire des Naenia de 1550: grandeur et plasticite)"; Catherine Magnien, "Nostre theologie chrestienne est de mesme opinion. Jean-Pierre de Mesmes, son Epithalame christianise avec commentaire, plus une odelette de Do Bellay (1552)"; Daniel Menager, "Anges et demons dans la poesie de Ronsard"; Andre Gendre, "Entre poesie allegorique, eloge et pamphlet, Anne de Marquets et le colloque de Poissy"; Jean Brunel, "Lea Poesies chrestiennes de Scevole de Sainte-Marthe"; Sabine Lardon, "Lea Meditations sur lea Pseaumes de Jean de Sponde, le modele calviniste et le modle psalmique"; Vdronique Ferrer, 'Lea vers mesures d'Agrippa d'Aubigne, vojes et derours d'une poesie,religieuse"; Anne Mantero, "Les chants de Ia pauvre ame simplette on Le Parnasse des Odes de Claude Hopil (1633)"; Roberr Aulorre, "Saint Erienne, premier roi chretien de Hongrie dans le cheatre neo-latin des peres jesuites au XVII siecle"; Josiane Rieu, "Les chemins de Ia Iurni?re. Evolution de l'imaginaire pictural de la Renaissance au Manierisme"; M.-M. de La Garanderie, "Roberte, veuve Bude"; Jean Dupede, "Remarques critiques sur Ia dare de Ia naissance de Rabelais"; Helene Gazes, "Nicole Estienne a sea miroirs, lea Felicitez de manage et les Misere s de la femme mariee"; Michel Simonin, "Laffaire Le Breton (1586) ou comment de Thou ecrivait ses Hisroires"; Madeleine Lazard, "Pierre de I'Estoile et I'execution de Marie-Stuart"; Arletre Jouanna, "Constituer I'Etat monarchique. Lea preceptes d'un traire ligueur, De Ia puissance des Rois et droict de succession aux Royaumes, 1589"; Henri Weber, "Peuple et roi, peuple et noblesse, d'apres le Dialogue d'entre le Maheustre et le Manant"; Roger Zuber, "Aurour de Lambert Daneau, deux sonnets antipapisres"; CL-C. Dubois, "Un objet de polemique an XVI' siecle, I'hisroire de Ia papesse Jeanne et aa demythification par F. de Remand"; Pascale Cuny-Blum, "Le Mystere d'iniquite de Philippe Duplessis-Mornay Marie-Madeleine Fragonard, "Obscurs, sans-grade, Cons et diffames, les voix du peuple des pamphlets"; Soledad Arredondo, "La guerre franco-espagnole de 1635 et I'intertexttualie des polemistres. Lea Ambassadears de Mathieu de Morgues er de Jose de Pellicer y Tovar"; Hubert Carrier, "Des guerres de religion a Ia Frond e, l'hdrirage des monarchomaques dans lea Mazarinades"; and Frank Learringan, "Musset er la Renaissance."

Turner, Henry S., ed. The Culture of Capital: Property, Cities, anti Knowledge in Early Modern England London and New York; Routledge, 2002. x + 304 pp. + 1 b/w pl. index. illus. $25.95. ISBN: 0-415-92925-3.

Contents: Henry S. Turner, "The Culture of Capital"; Martha C. Howell, "The Language of Property in Early Modern Europe"; Robert S. DuPlessis, "Capital Formations"; Lena Cowen Odin, "Fictions of the Early Modern English Probate Inventory"; Henry S. Turner, "Plotting Early Modernity"; Vanessa Harding, "London, Change and Exchange"; David Harris Sacks, "The Metropolis and the Revolution: Commercial, Urban, and Political Cnltuse in Early Modern London"; Jean E. Howard, "Competing Ideologies of Commerce in Thomas Heywood's I/You Know Not Me You Know Nobody. Part II Chloe Whestley, "The Pocket Books of Early Modern History"; Karen Newman, "Walking Capitals: Donne's First Satyre"; John Guillory, "A New Subject for Criticism"; Jonathan Goldberg, "The Print of Goodness"; Denise Albanese, "Mathematics as a Social Formation: Mapping the Early Modern Universal"; and Peter Stallybtass, "The Value of Culture and the Disavowal of Things."

van Heijnsbergen, Theo and Nicola Royan, eds. Literature, Letters and the Canonical in Early Modern Scotland East Lothian: Tuckwell Press Ltd., 2002. xxx + 158 PP. index. $32.95. ISBN: 1-86232-270-8.

Contents: Theo van Heijnshergen and Nicola Royan, "Introduction"; Keely Fischer, "The Contemporary Humor in William Stewart's The Flytting betuix pe Sawtar and the Tajizour"; Jamet Hadley Williams, "The Earliest Surviving Text of Lyndsay's Tragedie of the Cardinall: An English Edition of a Scottish Poem"; C. Marie Harker, "John Knox, The First Blast, and the Monstrous Regiment of Gender"; Jamie Reid-Baxter, "Philotus: The Transmission of a Delectable Treatise"; Theovan Heijnsbergen, "Masks of Revelation and 'she "female" tongues of men Montgomerie, Christian Lyndsay, and she Writing Game at she Scottish Renaissance Court"; Morna Fleming, '"Kin[g]les be the glas, the veerie scoole, the hooke, I Where psiuare men do learne, and read, and looke' (Alexander Craig, 1604): The Translation ofJames VI so the Throne of England in 1603"; Marie-Claude Tucker, "Scottish Students and Mastets at the Faculty of Law of the University of Bourges in she Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries"; William Gillies, "After 'The Backwar d Look': Trials of a Gaelic Historian"; and David J. Parkinson, "Dreams in the Clear Light of Day: Older Scots Poetry in Modern Scotland."

Whitefield White, Paul and Suzanne R. Westfall, eds. Shakespeare and Theatri cal Patronage in Early Modern England Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. viii + 326 pp. + 5 b/w pis. index. illus. $60. ISBN: 0-521-81294-1.

Contents: Suzanne R. Weatfall and Paul Whitefield White, "Introduction: Shakespeare and Theatrical Patronage in Early Modern England"; Susanne R. Westfall, "'The useless dearness of the diamond': Theories of Patronage Theatre"; David M. Bergeron, "The King's Men's King's Men: Shakespeare and Folio Patronage"; Paul Whitfield White, "Shakespeare, the Cobhams, and the Dynamics of Theatrical Patronage"; Leeds Barroll, "Shakespeare, Noble Patrons, and the Pleasures of 'Common' Playing"; David Bevington and Milla Riggio, "'What revels are in hand?' Marriage Celebrations and Patronage of the Arts in Renaissance England"; Alexandra F. Johnston, "The City as Patron: York"; Mary A. Blackstone, "Theatrical Patronage and the Urban Community during the Reign of Mary"; Andrew Garr, "Privy Councilors as Theatre Patrons"; Sally-Beth MacLean, "Tracking Leicester's Men: The Patronage of a Performance Troupe"; Michael Shapiro, "Patronage and the Companies of Boy Actors"; and Alexandra Leggatt, "The Audience as a Patron: The Kni ght of the Burning Pestle."

Whitford, David M., ed. Caritas et Reformatio: Essays on Church and Society in Honor of Carter Lindberg. St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 2002. 270 pp. append. $34.99. ISBN: 0-7586-0038-0.

Contents: George Wolfgang Forell, "Foreword"; Priscilla Baumann, "Sermons in Stone: Grave(n) Warnings against Usury in Medieval France"; Kirsi Stjerna, "Katie Luther: A Mirror to the Promises and Failures of the Reformation"; Gregory J. Miller, "Fighting Like a Christian: The Ottoman Advance and the Development of Luther's Doctrine of Just War"; Gottfried Seebab, "Confessionalization and Tolerance: Early Resistance against the Cura Religionis in the German Imperial Cities"; John Witte, Jr., "An Evangelical Commonwealth: Johannes Esiermann on Law and the Common Good"; David M. Whitford, "The Duty to Resist Tyranny: The Magdeburg Confession and the Refraining of Romans 13"; Oliver K. Olson, "Matthias Flacius Faces the Netherlands Revolt"; Scott Hendrix, "The Reform of Marriage in Calvin's Geneva"; Robert Kolb, "Preaching the Christian Life: Ethical Instruction in the Postils of Martin Chemnitz"; Jeannine E. Olson, "Protestant Deacons in Geneva and Europe after John Calvin"; Marygrace Peters, "One, Holy, Catholi c, and Apostolic? Themes and Issues in Reformation Era Catholic Preaching"; Peter Vogt, "Ecclesia Simul Justa et Peccatrix: Speaking about the Holiness of the Church from a Reformation Perspective"; Bill J. Leonard, "An Almost Reformation People: The Search for Baptist Identity"; Oswald Bayer, "Toward a Theology of Lament"; Dennis Bielfeldt, "Luther and the Strange Language of Theology: How 'New' Is the Nova Lingua?"; and James M. Kittelson, "Leading the Least of These Astray: 'Evangelical Catholic' Ecelesiology and Luther."

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