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Andreini, Isabella. La Mirtilla: A Pastoral. Ed. Julie D. Campbell. Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance, 2002. xxx + 106 pp. bibl. $26. ISBN: 0-86698-284-1.

Bruno, Giordano. The Cabala of Pegasus. Trans. Sidney Sondergard and Madison U. Sowell. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002. xlix + 203 pp. index. append. bib!. $40. ISBN: 0-300-09217-2.

De' Medici, Lorenzo. Lettere. Lorenzo de'Medici: Vol. 9, 1485-1486. Ed. Humfrey Butters. Florence: Giunti Gruppo Editoriale Spa, 2002. xviii + 466 pp. + 8 b/w pls. index. illus. [euro]100. ISBN: 88-09-02959-3.

Della Porra, Giovan Battisra. Teatro: Terzo tomo-commedie. Ed. Raffaele Sirri. Naples and Rome: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 2002. viii + 516 pp. append. bibl. [euro]42. ISBN: 88-495-0414-4.

D'Orleans, Ann Marie-Louise. Against Marriage: The Correspondence of La Grande Mademoiselle by Anne-Marie-Louise D 'Orleans, Duchesse de Montpensier. Ed and trans. Joan De Jean. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2002. xxix + 86 pp. index. bibi. $35 (cl), $14 (pbk). ISBN: 0-226-53490-1 (cl), 0-226-53492-8(pbk).

Dressler, Callus. Pracepta musica poitica. Eds. Olivier Trachier and Simonne Chevalier. (Collection Ppitome musicaL) Paris-Tours: Minerve-Centre d'Etudes Sup&ieures de la Renaissance, 2002. 242 pp. index, append. illus. bibl. [euro]43. ISBN: 2-86931-098-6.

Du Vair, Guillaume. Premieres oeuvres depidte De Ia saincre Phiosophie, Meditation sur l'Oraison Dominicale, Le Cantique d'Ez~chias, Mdditations sur les Pseaumes. Ed. Bruno Petey-Girard. Paris: Honors Champion ~diteur, 2002. 405 pp. index, append. gloss. bibi. [euro]62. ISBN: 2-7453-0704-5.

Erasmus, Desiderius. The Praise ofFolly Trans. Clarence H. Miller. (Yale Nota Bene.) London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003. 2nd ed. xxxiv + 198 pp. index. illus. bib!. $12.95. ISBN: 0-300-09734-4.

Fachard, Denis, ed. Consultepratiche della Repubblica Fiorentina: 1 495-1 497. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2002. xviii + 556 pp. + 2 blw pis. index. e39,53. ISBN: 2-600-00-843-8.

Garnier, Robert. Cornelie: Tragddie. Ed. Jean-Claude Ternaux. Paris: Honors Champion Edireur, 2002. 177 pp. index, append. gloss. bibl. [euro]30. ISBN: 2-7453-0675-8.

Gines de Sepulveda, Juan. Historia de los hechos del Cardenal Gil de Albornoz. Eds. L. Carrasco Reija, M. Trascasas Casares, and J. Costas Rodriguez. (Obras Completas del Dr. Juan Gines de Sepulveda, 5.) Pozoblanco: Ayuntamiento de Pozoblanco, 2002. cxcvii + 115 pp. index. bibl. n.p. ISBN: 84-930173-0-2.

Henslowe, Philip. Henslowe's Diary. Ed. Reginald A. Foakes. Cambridge, UK and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. 2nd ed. lxiv + 368 pp. + 6 b/w pis. index, gloss. $75 (cl), $27 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-81866-4 (cl), ISBN: 0-521-52402-4 (pbk).

Overbury, Thomas. Characters: Together with Poems, News, Edicts, and Paradoxes based on the Eleventh Edition of A Wife Now the Widow of Sir Thomas Overbury. Ed. Donald Allen Beecher. Ottawa: Dovehouse Editions Inc., 2002. 398 pp. append. illus. this. bibl. n.p. ISBN: 1-895537-65-7 (cl), 1-895537-56-8 (pbk).

Petratch, Francesco. Petrach's Guide to the Holy Land: Itinerary to the Sepulcher of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Ed. and trans. Theodore J. Cachey. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2002. 242 pp. index, append. illus. bib1. $37.50. ISBN: 0-268-03873-2.

Pontano, Giovanni. De sermone. Ed. Alessandra Mantovani. (Piccola biblioteca letteraria, 11.) Rome: Carocci editore, 2002. 494 pp. [euro]26.50. ISBN: 88-430-2410-8.

Poullain de la Barre, Francois. Three Cartesian Feminists Treatises. Ed. Marcelle Maistre Welch. Trans. Vivien Bosley. (The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe.) Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2003. xxviii + 339 pp. index. bibl. $60 (cl), $22 (pbk). ISBN: 0-226-67653-6 (cl), 0-226-67654-4 (pbk).

Stubbes, Philip. Philip Stubbes: The Anatomie of Abuses (MR 245). Ed. Margaret Kidnie. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance, 2002. xiv + 444 pp. index, append. illus. bibl. $45. ISBN: 0-86698-287-6.

Terrier, Jean. Portraicts des SS Vertus de la Vierge contemplees par feue S.A.S.M Isabelle Clere Eugenie In/ante d'Espagne: A Facsimile Edition with a Critical Introduction by Cordula van Wyhe. Ed. Cordula van Wyhe. Glasgow: Glasgow Emblem Studies, 2002. xl + 180 pp. index, append. illus. n.p. ISBN: n.a.

Vaccaeus, Joannes. Un professeur-poete humaniste: Joannes Vaccaeus, La Sylve Parisienne (1522). Ed. and trans. Perrine Galand-Hallyn. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2002. lxxxviii + 122 pp. index, append. illus. this. n.p. ISBN: 2-600-00802-0.


Hainsworth, Peter and David Robey, eds. The Oxford Companion to Italian Literature. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. xli + 644 pp. index, map. chron. $75. ISBN: 0-19-818332-1.

Paas, John Roger. The German Political Broadsheet 1600-1700: Vol. 7, 1633-1648. Weisbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2002. 455 pp. + 426 b/w pls. illus. map. bibl. [euro]798. ISBN: 3-447-04474-8.

Proust, Gilles, ed. Index des Oeuvres de Clement Marot. (Etudes et Essais sur la Renaissance, 38.) Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2002. 795 pp. index. append. [euro]131. ISBN: 2-7453-0697-9.


Aquinas, Thomas. Political Writings. Ed. R.W. Dyson. (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought.) Cambridge, UK and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. xlii + 312 pp. index, gloss. bibl. $60 (cl), $22 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-37569-X (cl), ISBN: 0-521-37595-9 (pbk).

Berger, Robert W., ed. In Old Paris: An Anthology logy of Source Descriptions 1323-1790. New York: Italica Press, 2002. xi + 178 pp. index. append. map. gloss. bibi. $15. ISBN: 0-934977-66-6.

Contents: Robert W. Berger, "Introduction"; Jean de Jandun, "A Treatise of the Praises of Paris"; Guillebert de Mets, "The Description of the City of Paris"; Girolamo Lippomano, "A Description of Paris"; Giovanni Paolo Marana, "A Pleasant Critique of Paris"; and Nikolai Mikhailovich Karamzin, "Letters from Paris."

Bitel, Lisa M. Women in Early Medieval Europe, 400-1100. (Cambridge Medieval Textbooks.) Cambridge, UK and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xvi + 326 pp. index. illus. map. bibl. $60 (cl), $22 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-59207-0 (cl), 0-521-59773-0 (pbk).

Loomba, Ania. Shakespeare, Race, and Colonialism. (Oxford Shakespeare Topics.) New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. xii + 192 pp. index. illus. $39.95 (cl), $18.95 (pbk). ISBN: 0-19-871175-1 (cl), 0-19-871174-3 (pbk).

Paulson, Michael G. Catherine de Medici: Five Portraits. New York and Washington, DC: Peter Lang, 2002. 126 pp. bibl. $49.95. ISBN: 0-8204-6114-8.

Rummel, Erika. The Case against Johann Reuchlin: Religious and Social Controversy in Sixteenth-Century Germany. Buffalo and Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002. xvi + 174 pp. index. illus. chron. bibl. $50 (cl), $22.95 (pbk). ISBN: 0-8020-365-1 (cl), 0-8020-8484-2 (pbk).

Contents: Erika Rummel, "The Reuchlin Affair in Context"; Johann Pfefferkorn, "The Enemy of the Jews" and "The Confessions of the Jews"; Johann Reuchlin, "Report about the Books of the Jews" and "Defence against the Cologne Slanderers."

Symcox, Geoffrey and Luciano Formisano, eds. Italian Reports on America, 1493-1522: Accounts by Contemporary Observers. Trans. Theodore J. Cachey and John C. McLucas. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2002. index. bibl. $70. ISBN: 2-503-51403-0.


Bambach, Carmen ed. Leonardo da Vinci: Master Draftsman. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art.) London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003. 800 pp. + 333 col. pls. index. illus. bibl. $65. ISBN: 0-300-09878-2.

Contents: Carmen C. Bambach, "Introduction to Leonardo and His Drawings" and "Leonardo, Left-Handed Draftsman and Writer"; Carlo Vecce, "Word and Image in Leonardo's Writings"; Carlo Pedretti," The Critical Fortune of Leonardo's Drawings"; Francoise Viatte, "The Early Drapery Studies"; Alessandro Cecchi, "New Light on Leonardo's Florentine Patrons"; Martin Kemp, "Drawing The Boundaries"; Pietro C. Marani, "Leonardo's Drawings in Milan and Their Influence On The Graphic Work of Milanese Artists"; Claire Farago, "The Codex Leicester"; Varena Forcione, "Leonardo's Grotesques: Originals and Copies"; and Carmen C. Bambach, "Documented Chronology of Leonardo's Life and Work."

Bamford, Karen, and Alexander Leggatt, eds. Approaches to Teaching English Renaissance Drama. New York: Modern Language Association, 2002. xv + 230 pp. index, append. bibl. $37.50 (cl), $18 (pbk). ISBN: 0-87352-773-9 (cl), 0-87352-774-7(pbk).

Contents: Alexander Leggatt, "Preface"; "Classroom Practice"; Karen Bamford, "Editions, Recommended Reading, Performance, the Internet"; Philippa Sheppard, "A Renaissance Filmography"; Alexander Leggatt, "Introduction: The Strangeness of Renaissance Drama"; Leah S. Marcus, "Texts that Won't Stand Still"; A.R. Braunmuller, "Performance Conditions"; Philippa Sheppard, "Fair Counterfeits: A Bibliography of Visual Aids for Renaissance Drama"; Joseph Candido, "Teaching Texture in Jonson's The Alchemist"; Jayson B. Brown, "The Witch of Edmonton: A Model for Teaching Collaboration in the Renaissance"; Frances Teague, "Responding to Renaissance Drama: One Way of Guiding Students"; James Hirsh, "Vittoria's Secret: Teaching Webster's The White Devil as a Tragedy of Inscrutability"; Theodore B. Leinwand, "Against the Bogeyman in English Renaissance Drama"; Helen Ostovich, "'Our Sport Shall Be to Take What They Mistake': Classroom Performance and Learning"; Laurie Maguire, "Teaching Cary's The Tragedy of Mariam through P erformance"; Ric Knowles, "Teaching History, Teaching Difference, Teaching By Directing Heywood's A Woman Killed with Kindness"; C.E. McGee, "Webbing Webster"; Arthur F. Kinney, "Arden and the Archives"; Jan Stirm, "'This Strumpet Serves Her Own Ends': Teaching Class and Service in Early Modern Drama"; Rebecca Ann Bach, "Teaching the Details of Race and Religious Difference in Renaissance Drama"; Christina Luckyj, "Historicizing Gender: Mapping Cultural Space in Webster's The Duchess of Malfi and Cary's The Tragedy of Mariam"; Lori Schroeder Haslem, "Tragedy and the Female Body A Materialist Approach to Heywod's A Woman Killed With Kindness and Webster's

The Duchess of Malfi"; Mario DiGangi, "Sex Matters"; Phebe Jensen, "Teaching Drama as Festivity: Dekker's The Shoemaker's Holiday and Beaumont's The Knight of the Burning Pestle"; John Hunter, "How Much History is Enough? Overcoming the Alienation of Early Modern Drama"; Judith Weil, "Jonson's Bartholomew Fair and Brueghel's Children's Games"; Randall Ingram, "Pleasure Reconciled to Virtue: Introducing Undergraduates to Stuart Masques and Enjoying It"; Thomas Aksrens, "Contextualizing the Demonic: Marlowe's Dr. Faustus in the Classroom"; and Paul Budra, " Tamburlaine to Tarantino."

Barnard, John and D. F. McKenzie, eds. The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain. (with the assistance of Maureen Bell. vol. 4, 1557-1695.) Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xxvii + 891 pp. index, append. illus. this. $140. ISBN: 0-521-66182-X.

Contents: T.A. Birrell, "Sir Roger L'Estrange"; John Barnard, "Introduction"; Arnold Hunt, Alexandra Walsham, and Patrick Collinson, "Religious Publishing in England 1557-1640"; Ian Green and Kate Peters, "Religious Publishing in England 1640-95"; Harold Love, "Oral and Scribal Texts in Early Modern England"; Peter Beal, "John Donne and the Circulation of Manuscripts"; Mary Chan, "Music Books"; Julian Roberts, "The Latin Trade"; Graham Parry, "Patronage and the Printing of Learned Works for the Author"; David McKitterick, "University Printing at Oxford and Cambridge"; Nicholas Barker, "Editing the Past: Classical and Historical Scholarship"; Laurence Worms, "Maps and Atlases"; Michael G. Brennan, "The Literature of Travel"; Adrian Jones, "Science and The Book"; M. Greengrass, "Samuel Hartlib and The Commonwealth of Learning"; Elisabeth Leedham-Green and David McKitterick, "Ownership: Private and Public Libraries"; James P. Carley, "Monastic Collections and Their Dispersal"; John Pitcher, "Literature, The Playhouse and The Public"; Joad Raymond, "Milton"; Paul Hammond, "The Restoration Poetic and Dramatic Cannon"; Nigel Smith, "Non-Conformist Voices and Books"; Maureen Bell, "Women Writing and Women Writers"; B.J. McMullin, "The Bible Trade"; J.H. Baker, "English Law Books and Legal Publishing"; R.C. Simmons, "ABCs, Almanacs, Ballads, Chapbooks, Popular Piety"; Lynette Hunter, "Books for Daily Life: Household, Husbandry, Behaviour"; Carolyn Nelson and Matthew Seccombe, "The Creation of the Periodical Press, 1620-95"; D.R McKenzie, "Printi ng and Publishing 1557-1700: Constraints on the London Book Trades"; James Raven, "The Economic Context"; John Bidwell, "French Paper in English Books"; Nicholas Barker, "The Old English Letter Foundaries"; Mirjam M. Foot, "Bookbinding"; Maureen Bell, "Mise-en-page, Illustration, Expressive Form"; Randall Anderson, "The Rhetoric of Paratext in Early Printed Books"; Peter Campbell, "The Typography of Hobbes' Leviathan"; Nicholas Barker, "The Polyglot Bible"; Harold Love, "The Look of News: Popish Plot Narratives 1678-80"; T.A. Birrell, "Sir Roger L'Estrange: The Journalism of Orality"; Maureen Bell and John Barnard, "The English Provinces"; Jonquil Bevan, "Scotland"; Robert Welch, "The Book in Ireland from the Tudor Re-Conquest to The Battle of the Boyne"; Philip Henry Jones, "Wales"; P.G. Hofrijzer, "British Books Abroad: The Continent"; Hugh Amory, "British Books Abroad: The American Colonies"; and Michael Treadwell, "The Stationers and The Printing Acts at the End of the Seventeenth Century."

Beaulieu, Jean-Philipe, ed. Le simple, le multiple: la disposition du recueil a la Renaissance. (Etudes francaises, 38, 3.) Montreal: Les Presses de l'Universite de Montreal, 2002. 140 pp. n.p. ISBN: 2-7606-2391-2.

Contents: Jean-Philippe Beaulieu, "Compiler, agencer: le gratieux labeur de la disposition"; Edwin M. Duval, "L'Adolescence Celmentine et l'Oeuvre de Clement Marot"; Claude La Charite, "Les Epistres morales et familieres(l545) de Jean Bouchet: de la hierarchie medievale au dialogue humaniste"; Jean-Philippe Beaulieu, "Postures epistolaires et effets de dispositio dans la correspondance entre Marguerite d'Angouleme et Guillaume Briconnet"; Joel Castonguay Belanger, "L'edification d'un Tombeau poetique: du rituel au recueil"; Helene Cazes, "Les mille et une pages D'Henri Estienne et de ses lecteurs: le recueil infini"; Evelyne Berriot-Salvadore, "Une recollection: la disposition des Oeuvres d'Ambroise Pare"; Bruno Meniel, "La disposition des Amores diverses d'Antoine de Nerveze"; and David Decarie, "Theme du traitre et du complot; La mise en scene de Claude Oilier."

Berley, Marc, ed. Reading the Renaissance: Ideas and Idioms from Shakespeare to Milton. Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 2003. ix + 278 pp. index. bibl. $60. ISBN: 0-8207-0336-2.

Contents: Mare Berley, "Introduction"; Frank Kermode, "On Certain Verses of Shakespeare"; Mare Berley, "The 'Idea' of King Lear"; Michael Mack, "The Consolidation of Art in the Aeneid"; Louis L. Martz "Donne's Anniversaries: The Powers of the Soul"; Albert C. Labriola, "The Donna Angelicata of Donne's 'Aire and Angels"'; Anne Lake Prescott, "Male Lesbian Voices: Ronsard, Tyard and Donne Play Sappho"; Stanley Stewart, "Reading Donne: Old and New His- and Her- storicisms"; Ernest B. Gilman, "Plague Writing 1603: Jonson's 'On My First Sonne"'; Martin Elsky, "Erich Auerbach's Seltsamkeit: The Seventeenth Century and the History of Feelings"; Anthony Low, "The Fall into Subjectivity: Milton's 'Paradise Within' and 'Abyss of Fears and Horrors"'; and Edward W. Tayler, "Epique: Bugswords."

Beschin, Giovanni, Fabrizio Cambi, and Luca Cristellon, eds. Lutero e i linguaggi dell'Occidente: Atti del convegno tenuto a Trento dal 29 al 31 maggio 2000. Brescia: Editrice Morcelliana, 2002. 470 pp. + 6 col. and 10 b/w pls. illus. tbls. [euro]28.50 ISBN: 88-372-1870-2.

Contents: Luigi Sartori, "Presentazione"; Paul Ricoeur, "Dal Concilio di Trento al Convegno di Trento"; Heiko A. Oberman, "Lutero e la via moderna. La svolta della Riforma e il suo sfondo filosofico"; Alessandro Ghisalberti, "Dalla via moderna alla via antiqua"; Giancarlo Pani, "L'aurografo di Lutero sulla Lettera ai Romain; un progerro di Riforma?"; Sergio Rostagno, "Ontologia e linguaggio nel discorso luterano"; Karl-Heinz zur Muhlen, "L'antropologia di Martin Lurero alla luce dell'escatologia"; Mario Galzignato, "La giustificazione-evangelo negli scritti giovanili di Martin Lutero (1509-1516)"; Emanuele Banfi, "Vicende e politiche linguistiche nell'Europa del periodo della Riforma"; Federico Albano Leoni, "Lutero e la storia della lingua tedesca"; Sebastian Seyfert, "L'influsso delle fonti latine sulla formazione dei testi nelle redazioni della Bibbia di Martin Lutero (1522-1545)"; Heinrich Magirius, "La Riforma di Martin Lurero e I suoi effetti sull'arte dell'epoca"; Johannes Erichsen, "Lutero e le immagi ni"; Jos E. Vercruysse, "Lutero nella reologia e nella storiografia cattolica del Novecento"; Giampiero Bof, "Barth e Lutero"; Andrea Poma, "Leibniz e l'unita' delle chiese"; Marco Ivaldo, "Fichte e la riforma"; Fortunato M. Cacciatore, "Hegel e il protestantesimo. Eticita', religione, filosofia"; Alberto Gallas, "E Lutero un dialettico? L'evoluzione del giudizio di Kirkegaard sul Riformatore di Wittenberg"; Horst Georg Pohlman, "La presenza della lingua di Lutero in Friedrich Nietzsche"; Giuseppe Cantillo, "Luteranesimo e mondo moderno in Ernst Troehsch"; and Marco Gozzi, "Cantus planus e Kirchengesenge Deudtsch, quali dipendenze?"

Bomford, David, ed. Art in the Making: Underdrawings in Renaissance Paintings. London: National Gallery Company Limited, 2002. 192 pp. index, append. illus. bibl. $30. ISBN: 1-85709-987-7.

Contents: David Bomford, "Introduction"; Ashok Roy, Joe Kirby, and Marika Spring, "The Materials of Underdrawing"; Susan Foister, and Lorne Campbell, "The Artists of 'The North': their Drawings and Underdrawings"; Carol Plazzotta and Jill Dunkerton, "Drawing and Design in Italian Renaissance Painting"; Susan Foister, "Stephan Lochner: Saints Matthew, Catherine of Alexandria ana' John the Evangelista"; Jill Dunketton, "Cosimo Tura: SaintJerome" and "Carlo Crivelli: The Dead Christ supported by Two Angels"; Lorne Campbell, "Hans Memling: A Young Man at Prayer" and "Master of the View Of St. Gudula: Portrait of a Young Man"; Susan Foister, "Master of the Life of the Virgin: The Conversion of Saint Hubert" and "Workshop of the Master of Saint Bartholomew Altarpiece: The Virgin and Child with MusicalAngels"; Carol Plazzotta, "Raphael: The Procession to Calvary"; Carol Plazzotta, "Raphael: The Madonna and Child with the Infant Baptist"; Jill Dunkerton, "Giorgione: The Ado ration of the Kings"; Susan Foister, "Lucas Cranach the Elder: Saints Christina and Ottilia"; Carol Plazzotta, "Pontormo: Joseph with Jacob in Egypt"; Susan Foister, "Albrecht Aldorfer: Christ taking Leave of His Mother"; Lorne Campbell. "Workshop of the Master of 1518: The Flight into Egypt"; "Marinus van Reymerswale: Two Tax Gatherers"; and "Pieter Brueghel the Elder: The Adoration of the Kings."

Borgato, Maria Teresa, ed. Giambattista Riccioli e il merito scientifico dei gesuiti nell'eta' barocca. (Biblioteca di Nuncius: Studi e testi, 44.) Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2002. xviii + 486 pp. index, append. illus. tbls. bibl. [euro]51. ISBN: 88-222-5106-7.

Contents: Ugo Baldini, "Riccioli e Grimaldi"; Alfredo Dinis, "Was Riccioli a Secret Copernican?"; Maria Teresa Borgato, "Riccioli e la caduta dei gravi"; Juan Casanovas, "Riccioli e l'asrronomia dopo Keplero"; Fabrizio Bonoli, "Riccioli e gli strumenti dell'astronomia"; Jacques Gapaillard, "Les Travaux geodesiques de Riccioli"; Renato Raffaelli, "Sulla Prosodia Bononiensis di Riccioli"; Antonino Poppi, "Riccioli e il problema reologico delle distinzioni"; Cesare Preti, "Riccioli e l'inquisizione"; Denise Aric6, "Riccioli nella cultura borghese del suo tempo"; Giacomo Savioli, "Sulle tracce dei Riccioli a Ferrara"; Victor Navarro Brotons, "Riccioli y la renovacion cientifica en la Espanya del siglo XVII"; Alessandra Fiocca, "I gesuiti e ii governo delle acque nel basso Po nel secolo XVII"; Veronica Gavagna, "Le Ceneri dell'Olimpo Ventilate: un dialogo sulla meteorologia di Paolo Casati"; Luigi Pepe, "La biblioteca maggiore e minore del collegio ei gesuiri di Ferrara"; and Giambattista Riccioli, "Primum Mobile Reformatum."

Campi, Emidio, Frank A. James, and Peter Opitz, eds. Peter Martyr Vermigli: Humanism, Republicanism, Reformation. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2002. 326 pp. index. [euro]80. ISBN: 2-600-00653-2.

Contents: Emidio Campi, "Vorwort"; J. C. McLelland, "From Montreal to Zurich (1949-99): Vermigli Studies Today"; Emidio Campi, "Streifzug Durch Vermiglis Biographie"; Alfred Schindler, "Vermigli und die Kirchenvater"; Frank A. James III, "The Complex of Justification: Peter Martyr Vermigli Versus Albert Pighius"; John Patrick Donnelly, S.J., "Peter Martyr Vermigli's Political Ethics"; Robert M. Kingdon, "Peter Martyr Vermigli on Church Discipline"; Christoph Strohm, "Petrus Martyr Vermiglis Loci Communes und Calvin's Institutio Christianae Religionis"; M. van Wijnkoop Luthi and R. Delisperger, "Peter Martyr Vermigli und Wolfgang Musculus"; Giulio Orazio Bravi, "Ober die Inrellekruellen Wurzeln des Republikanismus Von Petrus Martry Vermigli"; J. Andreas Lowe, "Peter Martyr Vermigli and Richard Smyth's De Votis Monasticis"; Diarmaid MacCulloch, "Peter Martyr Vermigli and Thomas Cranmer"; Fritz Busser, "Vermigli in Zurich"; Michael Baumann, "Petrus Martyr Vermigli: Doctor, Lelirer der Heiligen Schrift und Zurche r. Hinweise Zu Vermiglis Tatgkeit in Zurich"; Thomas Kruger, "Peter Martyr Vermigli Hermeneutik des Alten Testaments Am Beispiel Seines Kommenrars Uber die Konigsbucher"; Andreas Muhling, "Vermigli, Bullinger und das Relionsgesprach von Poissy"; Kurt Jakob Ruetschi, "Gwalther, Wolf und Simlker Als Herausgeber von Vermigli-Werken"; Bruce Gordan, "Peter Martyr Vermigli in Scotland: A Sixteenth-Century Reformer in a Seventeenth-Century Quarrel"; Torrance Kirby, "Vermilius Absconditus? The Iconography of Peter Martry Vermigli"; and Philip M. J. McNair, "Peter Martyr The Preacher A Meditation on John 20:19-23."

Cogswell, Thomas, Richard Cust, and Peter Lake, eds. Politics, Religion and Popularity: Early Stuart Essays in Honour of Conrad Russell. Cambridge, UK and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. x + 304 pp. + 1 blw pl. index. illus. bibl. $60. ISBN: 0-521-80700-X.

Contents: Richard Cust, Peter Lake, and Thomas Cogswell, "Revision and Its Legacies: the Work of Conrad Russell"; Nicholas Tyacke, "Puritan Politicians and King James VI and 11587-1604"; Lori Anne Ferrell, "The Sacred, the Profane and the Union: politics of sermon and masque at the court wedding of Lord and Lady Hay"; Pauline Croft, "Capital Life: Members of Parliament outside the House"; Andrew Thrush, "The Personal Rule of James I, 1611-20"; David D. Hebb, "Profiting from Misfortune: Corruption and the Admiralty under the Early Stuarts"; Cynthia Herrup, "Negotiating Grace"; J. F. Merritt, "The Pastoral Tightrope: a Puritan Pedagogue in Jacobean London"; Anthony Milton, "The Creation of Laudianism: a NewApproach"; Jacqueline Eales, "Provincial Preaching and Allegiance in the First English Civil War, 1640-6"; Thomas Cogswell, "The People's Love: the Duke of Buckingham and Popularity"; Richard Cust, "Charles I and Popularity"; and Peter Lake, "Puritans, Popularity and Petitions: Local Politics in National Cont ext, Cheshire, 1641."

da Cunha Resende, Aimara, ed. Foreign Accents: Brazilian Readings of Shakespeare. London and Newark: University of Delaware Press/AUP, 2002. 230 PP. index. $46.50. ISBN: 0-87413-753-5.

Contents: Aimara da Cunha Resende, "Introduction: Brazilian Appropriations of Shakespeare"; Marlene Soares dos Santos, "Theater for the Oppressed: Augusto Boal's A Tempestade"; Solange Ribeiro de Oliveira, "Shaltespeare's Sonnets: A Case of Nontranslation"; Anna Stegh Camati, "Hamletrash: A Brazilian Hamlet Made of Scraps"; Silvia Mussi da Silva Claro, "Quotations from Hamlet in the Chronicles of Machado de Assis"; Maria Clara Versiani Galery, "Staging Practices in the Elizabethan Theater: Titus Andronicus at the Rose"; Thomas LaBorie Burns, "Homo/Vir: The State of Man and Nature in Macbeth"; Maria Lucia Milleo Martins, "The Taming of the Shrew: Shakespeare's Theater of Repetition"; Adelaine La Guardia Nogueira, "Shakespeare's Hamlet, Rushdie's 'Yorick,' and the Dilemmas of Tradition"; Jose Roberto O'Shea, "'Uhuru!': Cesaire's and Shakespeare's Uncontainable Calibans"; William Valentine Redmond, "Intertextuality in Shakespeare's The Tempest and Cesaire's Une Tempete"; Bernardina da Silveira Pinheiro, "Stoppar d's and Shakespeare's Views on Metarheater"; Thai's Flotes Nogueira Diniz, "Godard: A Contemporary King Lear"; and Margarida Candara Rauen, "Multiple Texts and Performance in the Final Scene of Henry V."

Darr, Alan P. The Medici, Michelangelo, and the Art of Late Renaissance Florence Catalogue of the exhibition Magnificenza!, Palazzo Strozzi, June 62002. London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002. xii + 381 pp. + 250 col. and 50 b/w pls. illus. bibl. $60. ISBN: 0-300-09495-7.

Contents: Alan P. Darr, "The Medici and the Legacy of Michelangelo in Late Renaissance Florence: An Introduction"; Crisrina Acidini Luchinat, "Michelangelo and the Medici"; Kitsten Aschengreen Piacenti, "The Medici Grand-ducal Family and the Symbols of Power"; Janet Cox-Rearick, "Art at the Court of Duke Cosimo I de' Medici (1537-1574)"; Larry J. Feinberg, "The Studiolo of Francesco I Reconsidered"; Suzanne B. Butters, "Ferdinando de' Medici and the Art of the Possible"; Marco Chiarini, "Cosimo II and Maria Maddalena of Austria"; Richard A. Goldthwaite, "Artisans and the Economy in Sixteenth-century Florence"; Lucia Meoni, "The Legacy of Michelangelo in the Grand-ducal Tapestry Workshop of Florence, from Cosimo I to Cosimo II"; Annamaria Giusri, "The Origins and Splendots of he Grand-ducal Pietre dure Workshops"; Claudio Pizzorusso, "Galileo and the Garden: Observations on the Sculptural Furnishings of Flotentine Gardens between the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries"; and Anna Maria Testavetde, "Spectade, T heater, and Propaganda at the court of the Medici."

Deats, Sara Munson and Robert A. Logan, eds. Marlowe's Empery: Expanding His Critical Contexts. London and Newark: Associated University Presses, 2002. 210 pp. index. illus. bibl. $40. ISBN: 0-87413-787-X.

Contents: Robert A. Logan, "Introduction: Marlowe's Empery: Expanding His Critical Contexts"; Roslyn L. Knutson, "Marlowe Reruns: Repoertorial Commerce and Marlowe's Plays in Revival"; David Bevington, "Staging the A-and-B-Texts of Doctor Faustus"; David Fuller, "Tamburlaine the Great in Performance"; Maurice Charney, "Marlowe's Hero and Leander Shows Shakespeare, in Venus and Adonis, How to Write an Ovidian Verse Epyllion"; Rick Bowers, "Hysreries, High Camp, and Dido Queene of Carthage"; Sara Munson Deats, "Marlowe's Interrogative Drama: Dido, Tamburlaine, Doctor Faustus, and Edward II"; Karen Cunningham, "'Forsake thy king and do but join with me': Marlowe and Treason"; Randall Nakayama, "'I know she is a courtesan by her attire': Clothing and Identity In The Jew of Malta"; and Geogia E. Btown, "Tampering with the Records: Engendering the Political Community and Marlowe's Appropriation of the Past in Edward II."

Edwards, Kathryn A., ed. Werewolves, Witches, and Wandering Spirits: Traditional Belief and Folklore in Early Modern Europe. Kirksville: Truman State University Press, 2002. xxii + 226 pp. index. illus. this. $44.95 (cl), $34.95 (pbk). ISBN: 1-931112-09-6(cl), 1-931112-08-8 (pbk).

Contents: Kathryn A. Edwards, "Introduction: Expanding the Analysis of Traditional Belief'; Robin Briggs, "Dangerous Spirits: Shapeahifting, Apparitions, and Fantasy in Lorraine Witchcraft Trials"; David Lederer, "Living With The Dead: Ghosts in Early Modern Bavaria"; Sarah Ferber, "Reformed Or Recycled?: Possession and Exorcism in the Sacramental Life of Early Modern France"; Sara T. Nalle, "Revisiting El Encubierto: Navigating between Visions of Heaven and Hell on Earth"; Dean Philip Bell, "Worms and The Jews: Jews, Magic and Community in Seventeenth-Century Worms"; Anne Jacobson Schutte, "Asmodea: A Nun-Witch in Eighteenth-Century Tuscany"; Ulrike Krampl, "When Witches Became False: Seducteurs and Cre'dules Confront the Paris Police at the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century"; Bruce Gordan, "God Killed Saul: Heinrich Bullinger and Jacob Ruef on the Power of the Devil"; Nicole Jacques-Lefevre, "Such An Impure, Cruel, And Savage Beast: Images of the Werewolf in Demonological Works"; and H.C. Erik Midelfort, "Charcot, Freud, And the Demons."

Ernst, Germana Elisa and Eugenio Canone, eds. Bruniana e Campaneiiana: Ricerche filosofiche e materiali storico-testuali. Pisa and Roma: Isriruti Editoriali e Poligrafici Internazionali, 2002. 316 pp. index. illus. [euro]40. ISBN: n.a.

Contents: O. Pomepo Fatacovi, "Tra Ficino e Bruno: gli animali celesti e l'asrrologia nel Rinascimenro"; Eugenio Canone, "Premessa"; L. Albanese, "I simboli animali nel tempo della cultura rinascimentale"; E. Canone, "La profonda notte animale dello Spaccio della hestia trionfante"; P. Castelli, "Bestialite, allegoria, tassonomia nel tramonto del Rinascimento"; A. Cerbo, "Sub specie animalium: unmini e demonio nella poesia di Campanella e Tasso"; G. Giglioni, "Medicina e metafisica della vita animale in Cardano"; O. Join, "Corporeit~ in Bruno. Senso e figura"; V. Perrone Compagni, "Voci degli animali e parole dell'uomo nella magia di Bruno"; O. Pompeo Faracovi, "Tra Ficino e Bruno: gli animli celesri e l'astrologia nel Rinascimento"; M. Ruisi, "Posita hestia in medjo circuli. La forma animale nell'arte della memoria"; F. Giancotti, "Campanella e Prometeo nel Caucaso. Proemio della scelta ed esposizione, epistola proemiale dell'Ateisnzo trionfato"; M.A. Granada, "Venghino afarsi una sanguisuga. Nota a un pasaj e surpimido de Ia versi6n definitiva de La cena de le ceneri"; and S. Mazurek, "Cusano e Bruno nell'otrica dci pensarori religiosi ruasi."

Frank Fehinenbach, ed. Leonardo da Vinci: Natur im (ibergang Munich: University of Rochester Press, 2002. 419 pp. append. illus. e48.90. ISBN: 3-7705-3658-4.

Contents: Frank Febrenbach, "Vorwort"; Cesare Vasoli, "Leonardo da Vinci: Der Ktinstler als Wissenschaftler und Techniker"; Wolfgang Krohn, "Technik, Kunst und Wissenschaft. Die Idee einer konstruktiven Naturwissenschaft des Schonen bei Leon Battista Alberti"; Robert Zwijnenberg, "Poren in Septum--Leonardo und die Anatomic"; Augusto Marinoni, "Bewegung und Kraft bei Leonardo"; Anne Eusterschulte, "Organismus verus Mechanismus. Zur Rolle mechanomorpher Modelle in Naturkonzeptionen der fruhen Neuzeit"; Claire Farago, "Die Asthetik der Bewegung in Leonardos Kunsttheorie"; Frank Fehrenbach, "Blick der Engel und Lebendige Krafr. Bildzeit, Sprachzeir und Narurzeit bei Leonardo"; Martin Kemp, "Die Zeichen lesen. Zur graphisehen Darstellung von physischer und mentaler Bewegung in den Manuskripten Leonardos"; Janis C. Bell, "Sfumato, Linien und Natur"; Domenico Laurenza, "Corpus mobile. Ansatze einer Pathognomik bei Leonardo"; Hans Werner Ingensiep, "Leonardo da Vinci und die Natur der Pflanze urn 1500"; Krisrina Herr mann-Fiore, "Leonardos Gewitterlandschaft and Durers Nemesis. Zur kosmographisehen Vision der Landschafr um 1500"; Johannes Nathan, "Motiv und Methode. Zur Wechselwirkung von Arbeitspraxis und Denkweise bei Leonardo da Vinci"; Pietro C. Marani, "Von der Natur zum Symbol. Naturbeobaclitung, Nachahmung der Antike und Visualisierung der Bewegung im Werk Leonardos"; and Gerhard Wolf, "Das Mona Lisa-Paradox oder Leonardos unnachahmbare Wissenschaft der Malerei."

Feingold, Mordechai, ed. Jesuit Science and the Republic of Letters. (Transformations: Studies in the History of Science and Technology.) Cambridge, MA and London: The MIT Press, 2003. xii + 484 pp. index. illus. $50. ISBN: 0-262-06234-8.

Contents: Mordechai Feingold, "Jesuits: Savants"; Ugo Baldini, "The Academy of Mathematics af the Collegio Romano from 1553 to 1612"; William A. Wallace, "Galileo's Jesuit Connections and Their Influence on His Science"; Edward Grant, "The Partial Transformation of Medieval Cosmology by Jecuits in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries"; Roger Ariew, "Descartes and the Jesuits: Doubt, Novelty, and the Eucharist"; Martha Baldwin, "Pious Ambition: Natural Philosophy and the Jesuit Quest for the Patronage of Printed Books in the Seventeenth Century"; Alfredo Dinis, "Giovanni Battista Riccioli and the Science of His Time"; Paula Findlen, "Scientific Spectacle in Baroque Rome: Athanasius Kircher and the Roman College Museum"; Victor Navarro, "Tradition and Scientific Change in Early Modern Spain: The Role of the Jesuits"; G.H.W. Vanpaemel, "Jesuit Science in the Spanish Netherlands"; and Brendan Dooley, "The Storia Letteraria d'Italia and the Rehabilitation of Jesuit Science."

Findlen, Paula, Michelle M. Fontaine, and Duane J. Osheim, eds. Beyond Florence: The Contours of Medieval and Early Modern Italy. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2003. xx + 324 pp. index. illus. map. bibi. $60 (cl), $22.95 (pbk). ISBN: 0-8047-3934-X (cl), 0-8047-3935-8 (pbk).

Contents: Randolph Stain, "Where is Beyond Florence?"; Gene Brucker, "Florence Redux"; Paula Findlen, "In and Our of Florence"; Samuel K. Cohn, Jr., "The Other Florence Within Florence"; George Dameron, "A World of Its Own: Economy, Society, and Religious Life in the Tuscan Mugello at the Time of Dante"; Duane Osheim, "The Country Parish at Late Medieval Lucca"; Robert Brentano, "'Do Not say that This Is a Man from Assisi'"; Carol Lansing, "Concubines, Lovers, Prostitutes: Infamy and Female Identity in Medieval Bologna"; Laurie Nussdorfer, "Lost Faith: A Roman Prosecutor Reflects on Notaries' Crimes"; Robert C. Davis, "Pilgrim-Tourism in Late Medieval Venice"; Robert L. Cooper, "The Hermit Returns: Sanctity and the City in the March of Ancona"; Cynthia Polecritti, "In the Shop of the Lord: Bernardino of Siena and Popular Devotion"; Jennifer D. Selwyin, "'Angels of Peace': The Social Drama of the Jesuit Mission in Early Modern Southern Italy"; Maureen C. Miller, "Topographies of Power in the Urban Center of Me dieval italy: Communes, Bishops, and Public Authority"; David Foote, "In Search of the Quiet City: Civic Identity and Papal State Building in Fourteenth-Century Orviero"; Michelle M. Fontaine, "Back to the Future: remaking the Commune in Ducal Modena"; and Thomas Dandeler, "The Spanish Foundations of Late Renaissance and Baroque Rome."

Gatti, Hilary, ed. Giordano Bruno: Philosopher of the Renaissance. Aldershot and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002. xxi + 424 pp. index. illus. bibl. $89.95. ISBN: 0-7546-0562-0.

Contents: Giovanni Aquilecchia, "Giordano Bruno as Philosopher of the Renaissance"; Lars Berggren, "The Image of Giordano Bruno"; Maurice A. Finocchiaro, "Philosophy versus Religion and Science versus Religion: the Trials of Bruno and Galileo"; Ingrid D. Rowland, "Giordano Bruno and Neopolitan Neoplatonism"; Lina Bolzoni, "Images of Literary Memory in the Italian Dialogues: Some Notes on Giordano Bruno and Ludovico Ariosto"; Hilary Gatti, "Giordano Bruno and the Protestant Ethic"; Tiziana Provvidera, "John Charlewood, Printer of Giordano Bruno's Italian Dialogues, and his Book Production"; Michael Wyatt, "Giordano Bruno's Infinite Worlds in John Florio's Worlds of Words"; Elisabetta Taranrino, "Ultima Thule: Contrasting Empires in Bruno's Ash Wednesday Supper and Shakespeare's Tempest"; Leen Spruit, "Giordano Bruno and Astrology"; Stephen Clucas, "Simulacra et Signacula: Memory, Magic and Metaphysics in Brunian Mnemonics"; Brunian Ramon G. Mendoza, "Metempsychosis and Monism in Bruno's nova filosofia"; Ernest o Schettino, "The Necessity of the Minima in the Nolan Philosophy"; Leo Catana, "Meanings of 'contractio' in Giordano Bruno's Sigillus sigillorum"; Paul Colilli, "Giordano Bruno's Mnemonics and Giambattista Vico's Recollective Philology"; Andrew Gregory, "Macrocosm, Microcosm and the Circulation of the Blood: Bruno and Harvey"; Stuart Brown, "Monadology and the Reception of Bruno in the Young Leibniz"; and Paul Richard Blum, "Being a Modern Philosopher and Reading Giordano Bruno."

Guidobaldi, Nicoletta, ed. Regards Croises: Miusiques, musiciens, artistes et voyageurs entre France et Italie au [XV.sup.e] siecle. Paris-Tours: Minerve-Centre d'Etudes Superieures de la Renaissance, 2002. 188 pp. index. illus. [euro]25. ISBN: 2-86931-103-6.

Contents: Giulio Cattin, "Presentazione"; Nicoletta Guidobaldi, "Introduction"; Marie-Therese Boquet-Boyer, "Profil europeen et musical de la Savoie au [XV.sup.e] siecle"; Marie-Aude Deraigne and Guido Castelnuovo, "Peintres et menetriers a la Cour de Savoie sous Amedee VIII (1391-1451). Salaires, statuts et entregent"; David Fiala, "Les musiciens italiens dans la documentation de la cour de Borgogne ente 1467 et 1506: quelques silhouettes"; Francesco Luisi, "La Laude e la Chanson: in margine ad un improbabile rapporto formale"; David Fallows, "French and Italian accentuation in Josquin's motets"; Elodie Lecoupre-Desjardins, "Ceremonies urbaines et propagande princiere: la Bourgogne a l'ecole d'Italie?"; Marco Folin, "Les ambassadeurs des Este a la cour des Valois (1470-1505)"; and F. Alberto Gallo, "Voyages Croises."

Haggh, Barbara, ed. Essays on Music and Culture in Honor of Herbert Keilman. (Collection .pitome musicaL) Paris-Tours: Minerve-Centre d'Etudes Superieures de la Renaissance, 2001. xxx + 578 pp. illus. bibl. [euro]107. ISBN: 2-86931-097-8.

Contents: Alma Colk Santosuosso, "A Musicus versus Cantor Debate in an Early 11 rh-Century Norman Poem"; Elizabeth Aubrey, "Medieval Melodies in the Hands of Bibliophiles of the Ancien Re'gime"; Barbara Haggh, "Plays and Music in Late Medieval Processions in the Low Countries: The Two Joys of Mary from Brussels"; Richard Wexler, "In Search of the Missing Movements of Ockeghem's Requiem"; Edward F. Houghton, "A Close Reading of Comp~te's Morer SiZe fragor"; Eugeen Schreurs, "Thtee Fragments of 16th-Century Music Prints Now in Sr. Truiden and Tongeten"; Bonnie J. Blackburn. "Leonardo and Gaffutio on Harmony and the Pulse of Music"; Lewis Lockwood, "Btubiet, Lupus, and Music Copying at Ferrara: New Documents"; William F. Prizer, "Charles V, Philip II, and the Order of the Golden Fleece"; Roberta Freund Schwartz, "From Criado to Canonization: Music in the Life of St. Francis of Borja"; Jeremy Noble, "The Genealogies of Christ and Their Musical Settings"; Richard Schert, "Josquin's Red Nose"; David Fallows, "Who Composed Mule Regretz?"; Stefano Mengozzi, "Josquinian Voices and Guidonian Listeners"; CraigJ. Westendorf, "Josquin in the Early German Baroque: Seth Calvisius' Parody"; Jessie Ann Owens, "A Robert Jones Autograph?"; Stacey Jocoy, "The Role of the Catch in England's Civil War"; Jennifer Thomas, "The Core Motet Repertory of 16th-Century Europe: A View of Renaissance Musical Culture"; Mary Tiffany Ferer, "The Feast of St. John the Baptist and its Celebration in the Renaissance"; Jeffrey Kurtaman, "Per fare ii Vespro meno tedioso: Don Pietro Maria Marsolo and the 'Anriphon Problem"'; Jonathan Glixon, "Images of Paradise or Wordly Theaters? Toward a Taxonomy of Musical Performances at Venetian Nu nneries"; Darrel M. Berg, "The Death and Return of the Composer: Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach as Author of His Music"; Rita Steblin, "Schubert's Problematic Relationship with Johann Maryhofer: New Documentary Evidence"; Alice Hanson, "The Significance of the Ludlamshble for Franz Schubert"; Judith Radell, "Sphere of Influence: Clara Kathleen Rogers and Amy Beach"; H.Colin Slim, "Stavinsky's Scherzo t~ la russe and its Two-Piano Origins"; Allan W Atlas, "Astor Piazzolla: Tangos, Funerals, and 'Blue Notes"'; Ted Solis, "'Let's Play One Seis Caliente': Coalescence and Selective Adaptations"; and Marcello Sorce-Keller, "Why Do We Misunderstand Today the Music of All Times and Places and Why Do We Enjoy Doing So?"

Harvey, Elizabeth D., ed. Sensible Flesh: On Touch in Early Modern Culture. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania\Press, 2003. vi + 320 pp. index. illus. $55 (cI), $22.50 (pbk). ISBN: 0-8122-3693-9 (el), 0-8122-1829-9 (pbk).

Contents: Elizabeth D. Harvey, "Introduction: The 'Sense of All Senses'"; Margaret Healy, "Anxious and Fatal Contacts: Taming the Contagious Touch"; Sujara Iyengar, "'Handling Soft the Hurts': Sexual Healing and Manual Contact in Orlando Furioso, The Faerie Queene, and AIII Well That Ends Well'; Eve Keller, "The Subject of Touch: Medical Authority in Early Modern Midwifery"; Elizabeth D. Harvey, "The Touching Organ: Allegory, Anatomy, and the Renaissance Skin Envelope"; Berrina Mathes, "As Long as a Swan's Neck? The Significance of the 'Enlarged' Clitoris for Early Modern Anatomy"; Scott Manning Stevens, "New World Contacts and the Trope of the 'Naked Savage"'; Lisa M. Smith and Elizabeth Sauer, "Noli me tangere. Colonialist Imperatives and Enclosure Acts in Early Modern England"; Carla Mazio, "Acting with Tact: Touch and Theater in the Renaissance"; Misty C. Anderson, "Living in a Material World: Margaret Cavendish's The Convent of Pleasure"; Rebekah Smick, "Touch in the Hypnerotomachia Poliphili: The Sensual Ethics of Architecture"; Jodi Cranston, "The Touch of the Blind Man: The Phenomenology of Vividness in Italian Renaissance Art"; and Lynn Enterline, "Afterword: Touching Rhetoric."

Holland, Peter, ed. King Lear and Its Afterlife. (Shakespeare Survey 55.) Cambridge, UK and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. x +410 pp. index. illus. $80. ISBN: 0-521-81587-8.

Contents: Kiernan Ryan, "King Lear: A retrospect, 1980-2000"; Richard Knowles, "How Shakespeare Knew King Leir"; William O. Scott, "Contracts of Love and Affection"; Andrew Gurr, "Headgear as a Paralinguistic Signifier in King Lear"; Drew Milne, "What becomes of the borken-hearted: King Lear and the Dissociation of Sensibility"; John J. Joughin, "Lear's Afterlife"; William C. Carrol, "Songs of Madness: The Lyruc Afterlife of Shakespeare's Poor Tom"; Peter Womack, "Secularizing King Lear: Shakespeare, Tate and the Sacred"; Janet Bottoms, "'Look on her, look': The Apotheosis of Cordelia"; Iska Alter, "Jacob Gordin's Mirele Efros: King Lear as Jewish Mother"; Richard Foulkes, "'How fine a play was Mrs. Lear': The Case for Gordon Bottomley's King Lear's Wife"; Richard Proudfoor, "Some Lears"; R.A. Foakes, "King Lear, and Endgame"; Thomas Carrelli, "Shakespeare in Pain: Edward Bond's Lear and the Ghosts of History"; Mark Houlahan, "'Think about Shakespeare': King Lear on Pacific Cliff"; Michael Cordner, "Actors, Editors, and the Annotation of Shakespearian Palyscripts"; Niall Rudd, "Titus Andronicus: The Classical Presence"; Robin Headlam Wells, "Julius Cesar, Machiavelli and the Uses of History"; Kent Cartwright, "Scepticism and Theatre in Macbeth"; Simon Shepherd, "Revels End, and the Gentle Body Starts"; Sonia Massai, "'Taking just care of the impression': Editorial Interventions in Shakespeare's Fourth Folio, 1685"; Jonathan Holmes, "'A world elsewhere': Shakespeare in South Africa"; Michael Dobson, "Shakespeare Performances in England 2001"; Nicky Rathbone, "Professional Shakespeare Productions in the British Isles, January-December 2000"; Edward Peebter, "Critical Studies"; Leslie Thomson, "Shakespeare's Life, Times and Stage"; Eric Rasmussen, "Editions and Textual Studies (I)"; John Jowett, "Editions and Textual Studies (II)."

Jowitt, Claire and Diane Wart, eds. The Arts of Seventeenth-Century Science: Representations of the Natural World in European and North American Culture. Aldershot, England and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002. xiv + 274 pp. + 11 b/w pis. index. illus. bibl. $84.95. ISBN: 0-75460-417-9.

Contents: Diane Watt and Claire Jowitt, "Introduction"; Jonathan Sawday, "The Transparent Man and the King's Heart"; Anthony R. Archdeacon, "'Things Which Are Not': Poetic and Scientific Attitudes of Non-entities in the Seventeenth Century"; Jess Edwards, "Points Mean Prizes: How Early-Modern Mathematics Hedged its Bets Between Idealism and the World"; David E. Shuttleton, "Bantering with Scriptures: Dr. Archibald Pitcairne and Articulate Irreligion in Late-Seventeenth-Century England"; Peter Mitchell, "The Politics of Morbidity: Plague Symbolism in Martyrdom and Medical Anatomy"; Andrew Bradstock, "Restoring all Things from the Curse: Millenarianism, Alchemy, Science and Politics in the Writings of Gerrard Winstanley"; Carola Scort-Luckens, "Providence, Earth's 'Treasury' and the Common Weal: Baconianism and Metaphysics in Millenarian Utopian Texts"; Bronwen Price, "Journeys Beyond Frontiers: Knowledge, Subjectivity and Outer Space in Margaret Cavendish's The Blazing World (1666)"; Elaine Hobby, "Gender, Science and Midwifery: Jane Sharp, The Midwives Book (1671)"; Ruth Gilbert, "The Masculine Matrix: Male Births and the Scientific Imagination in Early-Modern England"; Bettina Marhes, "From Nymph to Nymphomania: 'Linear Perspectives' on Female Sexuality"; Andrew Hadfield, "Thomas Harriet and John White: Ethnography and Ideology in the New World"; Richard Sugg, "'Adding to the World': Colonial Adventure and Anxiety in the Writings of John Donne"; Mary Baine Campbell, "Alternative Planet: Kepler's Somnium (1634) and the New World."

Kessler, Eckhard and Ian Maclean, eds. Res et Verba in der Renaissance. (Wolfenbutteler Abhandlungen zur Renaissanceforschung, 21.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2002. 400 pp. index. [euro]84. ISBN: 3-447-04654-6.

Contents: Ian Maclean, "Introduction"; Dominik Perler, "Diskussionen uber menrale Sprache im 16. Jahrhundert"; Michael B. Allen, "In principio: Marsilio Ficino on the Life of the Text"; Ekhard Kessler, "Die verborgene Gegenwart und Funktion des Nominalismus in der Renaissance-Philosophie: das Problem der Universalien"; Anna De Pace, "Copernicus against a Rhetorical Approach to the Beauty of the Universe. The Influence of the Phaedo on the De Revolutionibus"; Heikki Mikkeli, "Art and Nature in the Renaissance Commentaries and Textbooks on Aristotle's Physics"; Ullrich Langer, "The Ring of Gyges in Plato, Cicero, and Lorenzo Valla: The Moral Force of Fictional Examples"; Ian Maclean, "Legal Fictions and fictional entities in Renaissance jurisprudence"; Marie-Luce Demoner, "Les etres de raison, ou les modes d'etre de la litterature"; Massimo Luigi Bianchi, "Signs, Signaturae and Natursprache in Paracelsus and Bome"; Nancy G. Siraisi. "Disease and symptoms as problematic concepts in Renaissance medicine"; Jan Roh ls, "Schrift, Wort und Sache in der fruhen protestantischen Theologie"; Charles Lohr, "Possibility and Reality in Suarez's Disputationes meraphysicae"; Brian Vickers, 'Words and Things'-or 'Words, Concepts, and Things'? Rhetorical and Linguistic Categories in the Renaissance"; Cees Leijenhorst, "'Insignificant Speech': Thomas Hobbes and Late Aristorelianism on Words, Concepts and Things"; and Markus Friedrich, "'War Rudolf Agricola Nominalist?' Zur Bedeurung der Philosophic Ockhams fur den Sprachhumanismus."

Malcolmson, Cristina and Mihoko Suzuki, eds. Debating Gender in Early Modern England, 1500-1700. (Early Modern Cultural Studies.) Houndmills and New York: Palgrave/St. Martin's Press, 2002. xiii + 265 pp. index. $55. ISBN: 0-312-29457-3.

Contents: Mihoko Suzuki and Cristina Malcolmson, "Introduction"; "Christine de Pizan's City of Ladies in Early Modern England"; Elizabeth Clarke, "Anne Southwell and the Pamphlet Debate: The Polities of Gender, Class, and Manuscript"; Lisa J. Schnell, "Muzzling the Competition: Rachel Speght and the Economies of Print"; Melinda J. Gough, "Women's Popular Culture? Teaching the Swernam Controversy"; Sandra Clark, "The Broadside Ballad and the Woman's Voice"; Susan Cushee O'Malley, "'Weele have a Wench shall be our Poet': Samuel Rowlands' Gossip Pamphlets"; Patricia Phillippy, "The Mar(t)er of Death: The Defense of Eve and the Female Ars Moriendi"; Naomi J. Miller, "'Hens should be served first': Prioritizing Maternal Production in the Early Modern Pamphlet Debate"; Rachel Trubowitz, "Cross-Dressed Women and Natural Mothers: 'Boundary Panic' in Hic Mulier"; Katherine Romack, "Monstrous Births and the Body Politic: Women's Political Writings and the Strange and Wonderful Travails of Mistris Parliament and Mris. R ump"; and Mihoko Suzuki, "Elizabeth, Gender, and the Political Imaginary of Seventeenth-Century England."

Mulsow, Martin, ed. Das Ende des Hermetismus: Historisehe Kritik und neue Naturphilosophie in der Spatrenaissance: Dokurnentation und Analyse der Debatte urn die Datierung der hermetischen Schriften von Genbrard bis Casaubon (1567-1614). Tubingen: Mohr-Siebeck, 2002. x + 406 pp. index. illus. $59. ISBN:3-16-147778-2.

Contents: Martin Mulsow, "Einleitung: Ideologien der Anciennitat, philologisehe Kritikund die Rolle der 'neuen' Naturphilosophie"; Cesare Vasoli, "Der Mythos der 'Prisci Theologi' als 'Ideologie' der 'Renovatio"'; Maria Muccillo, "Der 'scholastisehe' Hermetismus des Annibale Rosselli und die Trinitatslehre"; Frederick Purnell Jr., "Francesco Patrizi and the critics of Hermes Trismegistus" and "A Contribution to Renaissance Anti-Hermeticism: The Angelucci-Persio Exchange"; Martin Mulsow, "Reaktionarer Hermetismus vor 1600? Zum Kontexr der venezianischen Debatte uber die Datierung von Hermes Ttismegistos"; Nancy G. Siraisi, "Hermes among the Physicians"; Sandra Plastina, "Concordia discors: Aristotelismus und Platonismus in der Philosophie des Francesco Piccolomini"; Anna Laura Puliafito Bleuci, "Hermetische Texte in Francesco Patrizis Nova de Universis Philosophia"; Martin Mulsow, "'Philosophia italica' als reduzierte prisca-sapientia-Ideologie. Antonio Persios und Francesco patrizis Rekonstruktionen der Eleme nrenlehre"; Anthony Grafton, "Protestant versus Prophet: Isaac Casaubon uber Hermes Trismegistos"; Martin Mulsow, "Epilog: Das schnelle und das langsame Ende des Hermetismus"; Gilbert Genbrard, "Chronographia 2. Aufi. Paris 1580, p.34, 157-158"; Francesco Patrizi, "Vorwort zur Hermes-Ausgabe (1585, ed. 1591)"; Francesco Muti, "Disceptationum libri V contr calumnias Theodori Angelutii, Ferrara 1588, Discept. 3. Fol. 18v-28r"; Teodoro Angelucci, "Briefabhandlung an Persio (1588)"; Antonio Persio, "Antwortbrief an Angelucci (1588)" and "De natura ignis (ca.1588-1590) Auszuge aus Buch I, Kap. 20 und 21 "; Isaac Casaubon, "De rebus sacris et ecciesiasticis exercitationes XVI (London 1614), hier nach der Ausgabe Frankfurt 1615, p. 70-87."

Nubola, Cecilia, and Andreas Wurgler, eds. Suppliche e gravamina: Politica, amministrazione, giustizia in Europa (secoli XIV-XVIII). Bologna: Societa editriceil Mulino, 2002.581 pp. index. illus. tbls. [euro]35. ISBN: 88-15-08981-0.

Contents: Cecilia Nubola and Andreas Wurgler, "Introduzione"; Cecilia Nubola, "La via supplicationis negli stati italiani della prima eta' moderna (secoli XV-XVII);" Gian Maria Varanini, "Al magnifico epossente segnoro. Suppliche ai signori trecenteschi italiani fra cancelleria e corte: l'esempio scaligero"; Nadia Covini, "La trattazione delle suppliche nella cancelleria sforzesca: da Franeesco Sforza a Ludovico il Morn"; Andreas Wurgler, "Suppliche, istanze e petizioni alla Diera della Confederazione svizzera nel XVI secolo"; Andre Holenstein, "Rinviare ad supplicandum. Suppliche dispense e legislazione di polizia nello Stato d'antico regime"; Marina Garbellotti, "I privilegi della resistenza. Suppliche di cittadini, abitanti e forestieri al consiglio di Rovereto (secoli XVII-XVI II)"; Karl Harter, "Negoziare sanzioni e norme: la funzione e il significato delle suppliche nella giustizia penale della prima eta moderna"; Andrea Griesebner, "In via gratiae et ex plenitudine potestatis. Grazia e prassi giudiziaria nell'Arciducato dell'Austria Inferiore (XVIII secolo)"; Irene Fosi, "Beatissimo padre...: suppliche e memoriali nella Roma barocca"; Renate Blickle, "Intercessione. Suppliche a favore di altri in terra e in cielo: un elemento dei rapporti di potere"; Diego Quaglioni, "Universi consentire non possunt. La punibilita' dei corpi nella dottrina del diritto comune"; Christian Zendri, "Consuetudo legipraevalet. Consuetudine e legge nel commento di Ulrich Zasius a D.1, 3, 32"; Angela de benedictis, "Supplicare, capitolare, resistere. Politica come comunicazione"; Laura Turchi, "I capitoli comunitari presentati a Ercole II d'Este (1534-1535)"; Harriet Rudolph, "Rendersi degni della somma clemenza. Le suppliche della prima eta' moderna come strumento di inrerazione simbolica tra sudditi e autorita'"; and Giorgio Politi, "Gravamina e caratteri originali della storia sociale europea."

Sorelius, Gunnar, ed. Shakespeare and Scandinavia: A Collection of Nordic Studies. London and Newark: University of Delaware Press/AUP, 2002. 213 pp. index. illus. map. $44.50. ISBN: 0-87413-806-X.

Contents: Gunnar Sorelius, "Introduction"; August Strindberg, "Julius Caesar: Shakespeare's Historical Drama"; Alf Sjoberg, "The Secondary Role: The Vision of Master and Servant in Antony and Cleopatra; Gunnar Sjogren, "Was Othello Black?" and "The Geography of Hamlet"; Kristian Smidt, "Improvisation and Revision in Shakespeare's Plays"; Keith Brown, "On Construction and Significance in Shakespearean Drama"; Roger D. Sell, "Henry V and the Strength and Weakness of Words: Shakespearean Philology, Historicist Criticism, Communicative Pragmatics"; Clas Zilliacus, "Notes on Metrical and Deictical Problems in Shakespeare Translation"; Niels Bugge Hansen, "Observations on Georg Brandes' Contribution to the Study of Shakespeare"; Michael Srigley, "'Heavy-headed revel east and west': Hamlet and Christian IV of Denmark"; and Gunnar Sorelius, "The Stockholm 1944 Anti-Nazi Merchant of Venice: The Uncertainty of Response."

Stratton-Pruitt, Suzanne L., ed. Velazquez's Las Meninas. (Masterpieces of Western painting.) Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xii + 223 pp. + 25 b/w pls. index. illus. bibl. $55 (cl), $20 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-80057-9(cl), 0-521-80488-4 (pbk).

Contents: M. Elizabeth Boone, "Why Drag in Velazquez?: Realism Aestheticism, and the Nineteenth-Century American Response to Las Meninas"; Suzanne L. Stratton-Pruitt, "Introduction"; Alisa Luxenberg, "The Aura of a Masterpiece: Responses to Las Meninas in Nineteenth-Century Spain and France"; Xanthe Brooke, "A Masterpiece in Waiting: The Response to Las Meninas in Nineteenth-Century Britain"; M. Elizabeth Boone, "Why Drag in Velazquez?: Realism Aestheticism, and the Nineteenth-Century American Response to Las Meninas"; Suzanne L. Stratton-Pruitt, "Velazquez's Las Meninas: An Interpretive Primer"; Estrella De Diego, "Representing Representation: Reading Las Meninas"; and Gertje R. Utley, "Las Meninas in Twentieth-Century Art."

Strohm, Christoph, ed. Martin Bucer und das Recht: Beitrage zum internationalen Symposium yam 1.bis 3. Marz 2001 in derJohannes a Lasco Bibliothek Emden. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2002. xiv + 292 pp. index. illus. [euro]80. ISBN: 2-600-00640-0.

Contents: Dieter Wyduckel, "Recht undJurisprudenz im Bereich des Reformierten Protestantismus"; Cornel A. Zwierlein, "Reformation als Rechstreform. Bucers Hermeneutik der lex Dei und sein humanistischer Zugriffaufdas romische Recht"; Irena Backus, "Bucer's view ofRoman and Canon Law in his exegetical writings and in his Patristic Florilegium"; David H Wright, "Martin Bucer and the Decretum Gratiani"; Cornelius Augustijn, "Die Berufung auf kanonisches und romisches Recht aufdem Regensburger Reichstag 1541: die Abusuum [...] indicatio"; Christoph Strohm, "Die Berufung auf kanonisches, romisches Recht und Reischsrecht in derAuseinandersetzung urn die Kolner Reformation 1543-46"; N. Scott Amos, "The Use of Canon and Civil Law and their Relationship to Biblical Law in De Regno Christi"; Gottfried Seeba[beta], "Martin Bucers Beitrag zu den Diskussionen uber die Verwendung der Kirchenguter" Hermann J. Selderhuis, "Das Eherecht Martin Bucers"; Marhieu Arnold, "Lequite chez Martin Bucer"; Willem Van 'T Spijker, "Recht und Kirchenzucht bei Martin Bucer"; Andreas Gaumann, "Bucer und das Widerstandsrecht"; and Mathias Schmoeckel, "Recht durch Erziehung - Gesetz zur Bildung, Usus legis Reformatorum."

Trim, D.J.B. Trim, ed. The Chivalric Ethos and the Development of Military Professionalism. (History of Warfare, 11.) Boston and Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2003. xiii + 360 pp. + 9 b/w pls. index. illus. this. bibl. $115. ISBN: 90-0412-095-5.

Contents: D.J.B. Trim, "Introduction"; Matthew Bennett, "Why Chivalry? Military 'Professionalism' in the Twelfth Century: The Origins and Expressions of a Socio-military Ethos"; Michael Mallett, " Condottieri and Captains in Renaissance Italy"; Malyn Newitt, "The Portuguese Nobility, and the Rise and Decline of Portuguese Military Power, 1440-1650"; Simon Pepper, "Artisans, Architects and Aristocrats: Professionalism and Renaissance Military Engineering"; David Potter, "Chivalry and Professionalism in the French Armies of the Renaissance"; Luke MacMahon, "Chivalry, Military Professionalism and the Early Tudor Army in Renaissance Europe: a reassessment"; Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly, "Chivalry and Professionalism in Electoral Saxony in the Mid-Sixteenth Century"; Fernando Gonzalez de Leon, "Solados Platicos and Caballeros: The Social Dimensions of Ethics in the Early Modern Spanish Army"; D.J.B. Trim, "Army, Society and Military Professionalism in the Netherlands during the Eighty Years' War"; Martyn Bennett, "The Officer Corps and Army Command in the British Isles, 1620-60"; and Mark A. Weitz, "Shoot Them All: Chivalry, Honour and the Confederate Army Officer Corps."

Winn, Colette H. Ronsard: Figure de la variete. Geneva: Librairie Drox S. A., 2002. 328 pp. index. illus. [euro]100. ISBN: 2-600-00801-2.

Contents: Michael Friedlander, "In Memoriam"; Isidore Silver, "Bibliographie selective des travaux publies"; Gerard Defaux, "De Marie 'a Delie: Le cedre, le venin, Ia licorne et La Colonne du Dieu vivant"; Jerry C. Nash, "Per angusta ad augusta: Ronsard and the Renaissance Belief in Poetry as Therapy"; Cathy Yandell, "Lamour au feminin? Ronsard and Pontus de Tyard Speaking as Women"; Francois Rigolot, "Ronsard et la theorie meliorative de l'imitation"; Philip Ford, "What Song the Sirens Sang...: The Representation of Odysseus in Ronsard's Poetry"; Ann Moss, "Ronsard the Poet: Ronsard the Hermaphrodite"; Russon Wooldridge, "Ronsard chez les lexicographes de la Renaissance"; Max Engammare, "Ronsard et Tyard versus Viret et Calvin a propos du temps"; Yvonne Bellinger, "Le discours Des vertus intellectuelles et moralles prononce par Ronsard a l'Academie du Palais"; Cynthia Skenazi, "L'ordre et la paix: une perspective de la dispositio ronsardienne"; Herve Campangne, "Les histoires tragiques de Pierre de Ronsard"; Sylvie Davidson, "Houel emule de Ronsard?"; Marie-Dominique LeGrand, "Ronsard sous la plume de Du Bellay ou la misc en scene d'un programme poetique: a chacun son role et chacun 'a sa place"; Jean-Claude Carton, "La dialogue amoureux et la poetique des discours philosophiques 'a La Renaissance: L'exemple de Pontus de Tyard"; Daniel Martin, "Ronsard dans l'oeuvre de Guillaume Des Autelz"; Colette H. Wi nn, "Gabrielk de Coignard Sur la mort de Ronsard 1594"; Claudine Jomphe, "Theorie et prarique de l'epitaphe dans la poesie heroique de Ronsard"; Roberto Campo, "Words on Passing/Passsing on the Word: Ronsard's Epitaphes and the Glimpses of a Graveside Poetic"; and Francois Rouget, "Ronsard et la poetique du monument dans les Oeuures de 1578."


Alazard, Florence. Art vocal, Art degouverner: La musique, le prince et la cite en Italie a la fin du XVI siecle. Paris-Tours: Minerve-Centre d'Etudes Superieures de la Renaissance, 2002. 374 pp. index, tbls. bibl. [euro]30. ISBN: 2-86931-109-4.

Bacchelli, Franco. Giovanni Pico e Pier Leone da Spoleto: Tra filosofia dell'amore e tradizione cabalistica. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2001. vii + 158 pp. bibl. [euro]17. ISBN: 88-222-5064-8.

Bailey, Michael D. Battling Demons: Witchcraft, Heresy, and Reform in the Late Middle Ages. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2002. xi + 200 pp. index, append. bibl. $65 (cl), $22.50 (pbk). ISBN: 0-271-02225-6 (cl), 0-27102226-4 (pbk).

Bell, Millicent. Shakespeare's Tragic Skepticism. London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003. xvii + 256 pp. bibi. $26. ISBN: 0-300-09255-5.

Canguilhelm, Philippe. Fronimo de Vincenzo Galilei. (Collection Epitome musical.) Paris-Tours: Minerve-Centre d'Etudes Superieures de la Renaissance, 2001. 236 pp. index. illus. tbls. bibl. [euro]40. ISBN: 2-86931-101-X.

Cazaux, Christelle. La musique a la cour de Francois Ier. Preface by Philippe Vendrix. (Memoires et documents de l'ecole des chartes, 65.) Paris: Ecole nationale des Chartes-CESR, 2002. 416 pp. index. illus. this. bibi. [euro]40. ISBN: 2-90079-151-0.

Chandler, Wayne A. Commendatory Verse and Authorship in the English Renaissance. (Mellen Studies in Literature: Elizabethan and Renaissance Studies, 129.) Lewiston and Queenston: The Edwin Mellon Press, 2003. iv + 204 pp. index. append. bibl. $109.95. ISBN: 0-7734-6770-X.

Ciliberto, Michele. L'occhio di Atteone: Nuovi studi su Giordano Bruno. Rome: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 2002. xiv +148 pp. index. bibl. [euro]20. ISBN: 88-8498-039-9.

Ciliberto, Michele and Nicoletta Tirinnanzi. Il dialogo recitato: Per una nuova edizione del Bruno volgare. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2002. xii + 172 pp. index. append. [euro]19. ISBN: 88-222-5129-6.

Collins, Amanda. Greater than Emperor: Cola di Rienzo (ca. 1313-54) and the World of Fourteenth-Century Rome. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 2003. xi + 281 pp. index. illus. bibl. $55. ISBN: 0-472-11250-3.

Cramsie, John. Kingship and Corwn Finance under James VI and I, 1603-1625. (Royal Historical Society Studies in History: New Series, 26.) Woodbridge and Rochester: Boydell & Brewer, Inc., 2002. xi + 242 pp. index. bibl. $75. ISBN: 0-86193-259-5.

Cummings, Brian. The Literary Culture of the Reformation: Grammar and Grace. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. xvii + 470 pp. index. illus. bibl. $95. ISBN: 0-19-818735-1.

Demonet, Marie-Luce. A Plaisir: Semiotique et scepticisme chez Montaigne. Orleans: Paradigme, 2002. 428 pp. index. illus. bibl. [euro]36. ISBN: 2-86878-232-9.

Dobson, Michael and Nicola J. Watson. England's Elizabeth: An Afterlife in Fame and Fantasy. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. xii + 348 pp. + 13 col. pls. index. illus. chron. $29.95. ISBN: 0-19-818377-1.

Dunkerton, Jill and Susan Foister and Nicholas Penny. Durer to Veronese: Sixteenth-Century Painting in the National Gallery. London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002. Reprint. xi + 329 pp. + 300 col. and 86 b/w pls. index, map. chron. bibl. $39.95. ISBN: 0-300-09533-3.

Duport, Daniele. Le jardin et la nature: Ordre at variete dans la litterature de la Renaissance. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2002. 408 pp. index, append. bibl. [euro]125. ISBN: 2-600-00689-3.

Fubini, Riccardo. Trans. Martha King. Humanism and Secularization: From Petrarch to Valla. Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2003. vii + 306 pp. index. $64.95. ISBN: 0-8223-3002-4.

Furdell, Elizabeth Lane. Publishing and Medicine in Early Modern England. Rochester, New York and Woodbridge, Suffolk: University of Rochester Press, 2002. xiii + 282 pp. index. illus. bibl. $80. ISBN: 1-58046-119-0.

Gilbert, Creighton E. How Fra Angelico and Signorelli Saw the End of the World. University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2003. xix + 200 pp. index. illus. tbls. bibl. $85. ISBN: 0-271-02140-3.

Gilman, Ernest. Recollecting the Arundel Circle: Discovering the Past, Recovering the Future. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, 2002. xi + 182 pp. index, append. illus. bibl. $51.95. ISBN: 0-8204-6147-4.

Glauser, Alfred. Ecriture et desecriture du texte poetique: DeMaurice Sceve Saint-John Perse. Saint-Genouph: Librairie Nizet, 2002. 162 pp. bibl. [euro]20. ISBN: 2-7078-1270-6.

Goffen, Rona. Renaissance Rivals: Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael, Titian. London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002. viii + 521 pp. + 80 col. and 120 b/w pls. index. illus. bibl. $39.95. ISBN: 0-300-09434-5.

Hagen, William W. Ordinary Prussians: Brandenburg Junkers and Villagers, 1500-1840. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. xiii + 679 pp. + 22 b/w pls. index. illus. this. map. bibl. $100. ISBN: 0-521-81558-4.

Hammond, Paul. Figuring Sex between Men from Shakespeare to Rochester. New York and Oxford, England: Clarendon Press/Oxford, 2002. xii + 281 pp. index. bibl. $65 (cl), $19.95 (pbk). ISBN: 0-19-818692-4 (cl), 0-19-818693-2 (pbk).

Hart, Jonathan. Columbus, Shakespeare, and the Interpretation of the New World. New York: Palgrave/St. Martin's Press, 2003. xiv + 231 pp. index. $59.95. ISBN: 0-312-29615-0.

Hodgkins, Christopher. Reforming Empire: Protestant Colonialism and Conscience in British Literature. Columbia and London: University of Missouri Press, 2002. xii + 290 pp. + 1 b/w pl. index. illus. bibl. $37.50. ISBN: 0-8262-1431-2.

Hoxby, Blair. Mammon's Music: Literature and Economics in the Age of Milton. London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002. xii + 320 pp. index. illus. $40. ISBN: 0-300-09378-0.

Iogna-Prat, Dominique. Trans. Graham Robert Edwards. Order and Exclusion: Cluny and Christendom Face Heresy, Judaism, and Islam (1000-1150). Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2003. xv + 407 pp. index. illus. bibl. $59.95. ISBN: 0-8014-3708-3.

Kendrick, Robert L. The Sounds of Milan: 1585-1 650. London and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. xxii + 528 pp. index, append. illus. bibl. $74. ISBN: 0-19-513537-7.

Krug, Rebecca. Reading Families: Women's Literature Practice in Late Medieval England. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2002. ix + 238 pp. index. illus. bibl. n.p. ISBN: 0-8014-3924-8.

Kunzle, David. From Criminal To Courtier: The Soldier in Netherlandish Art 1150-1672. Boston and Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2002. xxxii + 662 pp. index. illus. bibl. $95. ISBN: 90-04-12369-5.

Lancashire, Anne. London Civic Theatre: City Drama and Pageantry from Roman Times to 1558. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xix + 355 pp. index, append. illus. bibl. $65. ISBN: 0-521-63278-1.

Lanier, Douglas. Shakespeare and Modern Popular Culture. (Oxford Shakespeare Topics.) New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. x + 188 pp. index. illus. bibl. $39.95. ISBN: 0-19-818706-8.

le Person, Xavier. Practiques et Practiqueurs: La vie politique a la fin du regne de Henri III (1 584-1589). Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2002. 658 PP. index, append. bibi. n.p. ISBN: 2-600-00820-9.

Leder, Hans-Gunter. Johannes Bugenhagen Pomeranus-Von Reformer zum Reformator: Studien zur Biographie. Ed. Volker Gummelt. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, 2002. 438 pp. index. $43.95. ISBN: 3-631-39080-7.

Legros, Alain. Essais sur poutres: Peintures and inscriptions chez Mon taigne. Paris: Klincksieck, 2000. 598 pp. + 8 col. and 32 blw pis. index, append. illus. bibi. 420 FF. ISBN: 2-252-03317-7.

Lepsius, Susanne. Der Richter und die Zeugen: Eine Untersuchung anhand des Tracratus testimoniorum des Bartolus von Sassoferrato. Mit Edition. Frankfurt am Main: Vittorio Klostermann, 2003. xviii + 440 pp. index, append. illus. bibi. [euro]78. ISBN: 3-465-03240-3.

Leroux, Neil R. Luther's Rhetoric: Strategies and Style from the Invocavit Sermons. St. Louis, MO: Concordia Publishing House, 2002. 240 pp. index, append. bibi. $24.99. ISBN: 0-7586-002-X.

Lynch, Jack. The Age of Elizabeth in the Age of Johnson. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. xi + 224 pp. index. bibi. $55. ISBN: 0-521-81907-5.

Malapert, Fabienne. Friedrich von Logau (1605-1655): L'art de l'epigramme. Berlin and Bern: Peter Lang, 2002. xvi + 428 pp. index. bibl. $57.95. ISBN: 3-906767-66-3.

Malcolm, Noel. Aspects of Hobbes. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. xii + 644 pp. index. bibi. $49.95. ISBN: 0-19-924714-5.

Marshall, Cynthia. The Shattering of the Self: Violence, Subjectivity, and Ba ny Modern Texts. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002. xiv + 216 pp. index. illus. bibl. $44.95. ISBN: 0-8018-6778-9.

McCabe, Richard. Spenser's Monstrous Regiment: Elizabethan Ireland and the Poetics of Difference. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. xiii + 306 pp. + 12 b/w pls. index. illus. bibl. $60. ISBN: 0-19-818734-3.

McGrath, Michael J. Religious Celebrations in Segovia: 1557-1697 Lewinston, NY and Queenston, Canada: The Edwin Mellon Press, 2002. xvi + 86 pp. + 4 col. pls. index, append. illus. bibi. $89.95. ISBN: 0-7734-7162-6.

McPhee, Sarah. Bernini and The Bell Towers: Architecture and Politics at the Vatican. London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003. xi + 352 pp. index. append. illus. bibl. $60. ISBN: 0-300-08982-1.

Mensger, Ariane. Jan Gossaert: Die niederlandische Kunst zu Beginn der Neuzeit, Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag GmbH, 2002.240 pp. index, append. illus. bibi. [euro]64. ISBN: 3-496-01266-8.

Minonzio, Franco. Studi gioviani: Scienza, filosofia e letteratura nell'opera di Paolo Giovio, Vol. 1. Como: Societa' Storica Comense, 2002. 213 pp. n.p. ISBN: n.a.

Minonzio, Franco. Studi gioviani: Scienza, filosofia e letteratura nell'opera di Paolo Giovia, Vol. 2. Como: Societa' Storica Comense, 2002. 668 pp. append. n.p. ISBN: n.a.

Montias, John Michel. Art at Auction in Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2002. 336 pp. index. illus. bibl. [euro]34.95. ISBN: 90-5356-591-4.

Newman, William R. Gehennical Fire: The Lives of George Starkey, An American Alchemist in the Scientific Revolution. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2003. Reprint. xxiv + 348 pp. index, append. illus. $27.50. ISBN: 0-226-57714-7.

Norbrook, David. Poetry and Politics in the English Renaissance. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. Rev. ed. xx + 328 pp. index. chron. bibl. $22. ISBN: 0-19-924719-6.

Orr, D. Alan. Treason and The State: Law, Politics and Ideology in the English Civil War. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xii + 230 pp. index. bibl. $55. ISBN: 0-521-77102-1.

Osborne, Toby. Dynasty and Diplomacy in the Court of Savoy: Political Culture and the Thirty Years' War. London and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xii + 304 pp. index. illus. chron. bibl. $65. ISBN: 0-521-65268-5.

Osieja, Stefan. Das literarische Bild des verfolgten Glaubensgenossen bei den protestantischen Schriftstellern der Romania zur Zeit der Reformation. (Franzosische Sprache und Literatur, 262.) Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, 2002. xiv + 358 pp. illus. bibl. $43.95. ISBN: 3-631-39499-3.

Pagnotta, Laura. The Portraits of Bartolomeo Veneto. (Catalogue of the exhibition at Timken Museum of Art, San Diego, May 3-August 11 2002.) Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2003. x + 68 PP. + 19 col. pls. illus. $24.95. ISBN: 1-879067-06-4.

Pellegrini, Marco. Ascanio Maria Sforza: La parabola politica di un cardinale-principe del rinascimento. Rome: Istituto storico italiano per il Medioevo, 2002. xiv + 892 pp. index. bibl. [euro]85. ISBN: n.a.

Pintaric, Miha. Le sentiment du temps dans la litterature francaise ([XII.sup.e] s. -fin du [XVI.sub.e] s.)._ (Presses universitaires de la faculte des lettres de Toulon Babeliana, 4.) Paris: Honors Champion Editeur, 2002. 342 pp. index. bibl. [euro]53. ISBN: 2-7453-0673-1.

Ponton, Gonzalo. Correspondencias: Los origenes del arte epistolar en Espana. Madrid: Editorial Biblioteca Nueva, 2002. 254 pp. index. bibl. [euro] 12. ISBN: 84-9742-079-9.

Read, Richard. Art and Its Discontents: The Early Life of Adrian Stokes. University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2003. xliii + 260 pp. + 30 b/w pls. index. illus. $55. ISBN: 0-271-02296-5.

Reynolds, Bryan. Becoming Criminal: Transversal Performance and Cultural Dissidence in Early Modern England. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002. xvi + 218 pp. index. illus. bibi. $41.95. ISBN: 0-8018-6808-4.

Rietsch, Jean-Michel. Theoric du langage et exegse biblique chez Paracelse (1493-1541). (Deutsche Literatur von den Anfiingen bis 1700, 39.) Berlin and Bern: Peter Lang, 2002. 358 pp. bibl. $51.95. ISBN: 3-9067 68-86-4.

Rigolor, Francois. L'Erreur de la Renaissance: Perspectives littlraires. Paris: Honon4 Champion ~diteur, 2002. 418 pp. index, this. bibl, [euro]55. ISBN: 2-7453-0684-7.

Rinaldi, Rinaldo. Melancholia christiana: Studi sullefonti di Leon Battista Alberti. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2002. 246 pp. index. bibi. e26. ISBN: 88-222-5080-X.

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