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EDITIONS AND TRANSLATIONS:

Alberti, Leon Battista. Momus. (The I Tatti Renaissance Library, 8.) Ed. Virginia Brown. Trans. Sarah M. Knight. Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard University Press, 2003. xxv + 407 pp. index. bibl. $29.95. ISBN: 0-67400754-9.

Belleau, Remy. CEuvres poetiques. (Vol. 5, Odes d'Anacreon [1573-1574], Amours et Nouveaux Eschanges des Pierres Precieuses, Poesies diverses, Tombeau de Belleau; Textes de la Renaissance, 78.) Eds. Jean Braybrook, Guy Demerson, and Maurice-E Verdier. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 480 pp. append. tbls. gloss. 49 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0904-8.

--. CEuvres poetiques. (Vol. 6, CEuvres posthumes [1578].) Ed. Maurice-F. Verdier. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 271 pp. index, tbls. gloss. 41 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0843-2. Boccaccio, Giovanni. Epistre consolatoire de messire Jean Boccace envoyee au Signeur Pino de Rossi (1556). (Textes de la Renaissance, 68.) Ed. Colette H. Winn. Trans. Marguerite de Cambis. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. lxx + 90 pp. index. append. illus. tbls. gloss. chron, bibl. 22 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0850-5.

--. Famous Women. (The I Tatti Renaissance Library.) Trans. Virginia Brown. Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard University Press, 2003. xxiii + 282 pp. index, bibl. $15.95. ISBN: 0-674-01130-9.

Boucher, Jean. La Vie et faits notables de Henry de Valois. (Textes de la Renaissance, 76.) Ed. Keith Cameron. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 207 pp. index. append. illus. gloss. bibl. 45 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0893-9.

Buttet, Marc-Claude de. L'Amalthee (1575). (Textes de la Renaissance, 74.) Ed. Sarah Alyn Stacey. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 585 pp. index. append. illus. tbls. gloss. bibl. 86 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0875-0.

Costa, Gustavo. Malebranche e Roma: Documenti dell'Archivo della Congregazione per la dottrina della fede. Firenze: Leo S. Olschki, 2003. 261 pp. index, append. tbls. bibl. 27 [euro]. ISBN: 88-222-5185-7.

de Grenaille, Francois. L'honnete fille ou dans le premier livre il est traite de l'esprit des filles. (Textes de la Renaissance, 64.) Ed. Main Vizier. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 542 pp. index. append. tbls. gloss. bibl. 89 [euro]. ISBN: 2-74530836-X.

de La Borderie, Bertrand. Le discours du voyage de Constantinoble (1542). (Textes de la Renaissance, 67.) Ed. Danielle Trudeau. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 251 pp. index. append. tbls. gloss. bibl. 38 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0845-9.

Du Bellay, Joachim. Oeuvres completes. (Vol. 1, La Deffence, et illustration de la langue francoyse; Textes Litteraires Francais.) Eds. Francis Goyet and Olivier Millet. Paris: Honord Champion Editeur, 2003. 461 pp. index, append, illus, gloss. bibl. 45 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0874-2.

Duval, Frederic and Sandrine Heriche-Pradeau, eds. Les Facecies de Poge: Traduction du Liber facetiarum de Poggio Bracciolini. Trans. Guillaume Tardif. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2003. 314 pp. index, append, tbls. gloss. 65 CHF. ISBN: 2-600-00838-1.

Estienne, Robert. Traicte de la Grammaire Francoise (1557). (Textes de la Renaissance, 75.) Ed. Colette Demaiziere. Paris: Honord Champion Editeur, 2003. 202 pp. index, illus. 39 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0892-0.

Ficino, Marsilio. Platonic Theology. (Vol. 3, Books 9-11; The I Tatti Renaissance Library, 7.) Ed. William R. Bowen. Trans. Michael J.B. Allen. Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard University Press, 2003. 362 pp. index, bibl. $29.95. ISBN: 0-674-01065-5.

Fischart, Johann. Sdmtliche Werke. (Vol. 2, Eulenspiegel reimenweis; Berliner Ausgaben.) Ed. W. Eckehart Spengler. Bad Cannstatt and Stuttgart: Frommann-Holzboog, 2002. 435 pp. illus. 279 [euro]. ISBN: 3-7728-1837-4. Frulovisi, Titus Livius. Travel Abroad: Frulovisi's Peregrinatio. Ed. and trans. Grady Smith. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2003. vii + 166 pp. index, append, illus, bibl. $30. ISBN: 0-86698-294-9.

Giannetti, Laura and Guido Ruggiero, eds. and trans. Five Comedies from the Italian Renaissance. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003. xlii + 321 pp. bibl. $59.95 (cl), $19.95 (pbk). ISBN: 0-8018-7257-X (cl), 08018-7258-8 (pbk).

Guasco, Annibal. Discourse to Lady Lavinia His Daughter: Concerning the Manner in Which She Should Conduct Herself When Going to Court as Lady-in-Waiting to the Most Serene Infanta, Lady Caterina, Duchess of Savoy. (The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe.) Ed. and trans. Peggy Osborn. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2003. xxix + 145 pp. index, append, illus, bibl. $45 (cl), $18 (pbk). ISBN: 0-226-31053-1 (cl), 0-226-31055-8 (pbk).

Karlsson, Magnus, ed. and trans. Oratio de iniusto bello regis Danio anno 1563 contra regem Suecio Ericum 14 gesto. (Studia Latina Stockholmiensia, 49.) Stockholm: Almquist & Wiksell International, 2003. 267 pp. index, append, illus, tbls. gloss, bibl. n.p. ISBN: 91-22-02021-7.

Koelman, Jacobus. The Duties of Parents. (Classics of Reformed Spirituality.) Ed. M. Eugene Osterhaven. Trans. John Vriend. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2003. 173 pp. illus. $14.99. ISBN: 0-8010-2625-3.

Machiavelli, Niccolo. Art of War. Ed. and trans. Christopher Lynch. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2003. xlviii + 262 pp. index, illus. map. gloss, bibl. $25. ISBN: 0-226-50040-3.

Manetti, Giannozzo. Biographical Writings. (The I Tatti Renaissance Library, 9.) Ed. and trans. Stefano Ugo Baldassarri and Rolf Bagemihl. Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard University Press, 2003. xix + 330 pp. index. bibl. $29.95. ISBN: 0-674-01134-1.

Marvell, Andrew. The Poems of Andrew Marvell. (Longman Annotated English Poets.) Ed. Nigel Smith. London and New York: Longman, 2003. xxv + 468 pp. index. append. illus. chron. bibl. $79.95. ISBN: 0-582-07770-2.

Morata, Olympia. The Complete Writings of an Italian Heretic. (The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe.) Ed. and trans. Holt N. Parker. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 2003. xxxiv + 275 pp. index, bibl. $60 (cl), $22.50 (pbk). ISBN: 0-226-53668-8 (cl), 0-226-53669-6 (pbk).

Nadal, Jerome. Annotations and Meditations on the Gospels (Vol. 1, The Infancy Narratives.) Trans. Frederick A. Homann. Philadelphia: Saint Joseph's University Press, 2003. xii + 183 pp. + 23 b/w pls. append, illus, tbls. $39.95. ISBN: 0-916101-41-X.

Palsgrave, John. L'eclaircissement le la langue francaise (1530). (Textes de la Renaissance, 69.) Trans. Susan Baddeley. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 775 pp. index, illus. tbls. 118 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0851-3. Payne, Ian. The Almain in Britain, c. 1549-c. 1675: A Dance Manual from Manuscript Sources. Aldershot and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2003. xxii + 268 pp. index, append, illus. bibl. $74.95. ISBN: 0-85967-965-9. Pulci, Luigi. Morgante. (Miroir du Moyen Age.) Trans. Pierre Sarrazin. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2001. 895 pp. chron. bibl. 50 [euro]. ISBN: 2-503-51161-9.

Shakespeare, William. The Comedy of Errors. (The Oxford Shakespeare.) Ed. Charles Whitworth. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. viii + 232 pp. index. append. illus. tbls. $72. ISBN: 0-19-812933-5.

--. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. (The New Cambridge Shakespeare.) Ed. Philip Edwards. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. xi + 258 pp. illus, tbls. bibl. $50 (cl), $13 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-82545-8 (cl), 0-52153252-3 (pbk).

--. The Merchant of Venice. (The New Cambridge Shakespeare.) Ed. M.M. Mahood. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. xiv + 202 pp. append, illus. this. bibl. $50 (cl), $13 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-82544-X (cl), 0-521-53251-5 (pbk).

--. Romeo and Juliet. (The New Cambridge Shakespeare.) Ed. G. Blakemore Evans* Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. xii + 266 pp. append, illus, tbls. bibl. $50 (cl), $13 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-82546-6 (cl), 0-521-53253-1 (pbk).

--. The Taming of the Shrew. (The New Cambridge Shakespeare.) Ed. Ann Thompson. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. xiii + 198 pp. append, illus. tbls. bibl. $50 (cl), $13 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-82542-3 (cl), 0-521-53249-3 (pbk).

Spee von Langenfeld, Friedrich. Cautio Criminalis, or a Book on Witch Trials. (Studies in Early Modern German History.) Trans. Marcus Hellyer. Charlottesville and London: University of Virginia Press, 2003. xxvii + 233 pp. index, append, illus. $49.50 (cl), $18.50 (pbk). ISBN: 0-8139-2181-3 (cl), 0-8139-2182-1 (pbk).

Taffin, Jean. The Marks of God's Children. (Classics of Reformed Spirituality, 1.) Ed. James A. De Jong. Trans. Peter Y. De Jong. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2003. 155 pp. append, illus, map. $14.99. ISBN: 0-8010-2619-9.

Tory, Geoffroy. Champ Fleury. (CD-Rom). Trans. George B. Ives. Oakland: Octavo, 2003. illus. $35. ISBN: 1-891788-86-8.

Vega Carpio, Lope Felix de. Comedia la famosa de Los guanches de Tenerife y conquista de Canaria. (Ediciones criticas, 17.) Ed. Eyda M. Merediz. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta--Hispanic Monographs, 2003. 190 pp. bibl. $17.95. ISBN: 1-58871034-3.

Voetius, Gisbertus and Johannes Hoornbeeck. Spiritual Desertion. (Classics of Reformed Spirituality.) Ed. M. Eugene Osterhaven. Trans. John Vriend and Harry Boonstra. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2003. 176 pp. illus. $14.99. ISBN: 0-8010-2646-6.

Webster, John. The Works of John Webster. (Vol. 2, The Devil's Law-Case, A Cure for a Cuckold, Appius and Virginia.) Eds. David Gunby, David Carnegie, and MacDonald E Jackson. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. xxxi + 644 pp. append, illus, tbls. $150. ISBN: 0-521-26060-4.

BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE:

Campbell, Gordon. The Oxford Dictionary of the Renaissance. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2003. xlviii + 862 pp. index, append, illus, tbls. chron. $150. ISBN: 0-19-860175-1.

Hope, Jonathan. Shakespeare's Grammar. (The Arden Shakespeare.) London: Thomson Learning, 2003. xiii + 210 pp. index. append. gloss. $45. ISBN: 1903436-36-2.

Palau, Annaclara Cataldi. Gian Francesco d'Asola e la Tipografia Aldina: La vita, le edizioni, la biblioteca dell'Asolano. Genoa: Sagep Libri & Comunicazione, 1998. 827 pp. + 83 b/w pls. index, append, illus, tbls. bibl. 200.000 IL. ISBN: 887058-679-0.

ANTHOLOGIES AND TEXTS:

Gouwens, Kenneth, ed. The Italian Renaissance: The Essential Sources. Malden, MA and Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2004. xii + 295 pp. + 12 b/w pls. index, illus. map. $29.95. ISBN: 0-631-23165-X.

Hyland, Paul, Olga Gomez, and Francesca Greensides, eds. The Enlightenment: A Sourcebook and Reader. New York and London: Routledge, 2003. xviii + 467 pp. index, illus, map. chron. bibl. $29.95. ISBN: 0-415-20449-6.

Ioppolo, Grace, ed. A Routledge Literary Sourcebook on William Shakespeare's King Lear. (Routledge Literary Sourcebooks.) New York and London: Routledge, 2003. xii + 192 pp. index. illus. bibl. $17.95. ISBN: 0-415-23472-7.

Menager, Daniel. Erasme (1469-1536). Paris: Desclee de Brouwer, 2003. 181 pp. + 4 col. pls. illus. tbls. bibl. 19 [euro]. ISBN: 2-220-05276-1.

Vickers, Brian, ed. English Renaissance Literary Criticism* Oxford and New York: The Clarendon Press, 2003. Reprint. xv + 655 pp. index. gloss. bibl. $29.95. ISBN: 0-19-926136-9.

Wiltenburg, Joy, ed. and trans. Women in Early Modern Germany: An Anthology of Popular Texts. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2002. xxiii + 279 pp. append. bibl. $36. ISBN: 0-86698-291-4.

COLLECTIONS AND STUDIES:

Alexander, Catherine M. S., ed. The Cambridge Shakespeare Library. 3 vols. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. $425.--. Vol. 1, Shakespeare's Times, Texts, and Stages, xii + 472 pp. illus, tbls. ISBN: 0-521-80800-6.

Contents: Stanley Wells, "Introduction"; D. S. Bland, "Shakespeare and the 'ordinary' word"; Bridget Cusack, "Shakespeare and the tune of time"; Terence Hawkes, "Shakespeare's talking animals"; Stephen Booth, "Shakespeare's language and the language of Shakespeare's time"; E P. Wilson, "Shakespeare's reading"; J. W. Lever, "Shakespeare's French fruits"; Naseeb Shaheen, "Shakespeare's knowledge of Italian"; J. W. Binns, "Shakespeare's Latin citations: the editorial problem"; T. J. B. Spencer, "Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Romans"; John W. Velz, "The ancient world in Shakespeare: authenticity or anachronism? A retrospect"; Arthur Brown, "The printing of books"; Charlton Hinman, "Shakespeare's text--then, now, and tomorrow"; Fredson Bowers, "Hamlet's 'sullied' or 'solid' flesh: a bibliographical case-history"; A. C. Partridge, "Shakespeare's orthography in Venus and Adonis and some early quartos"; Kenneth Muir, "Shakespeare's hand in The Two Noble Kinsmen"; Andrew Gurr, "Maximal and minimal texts: Shakespeare v. the Globe"; W. G. Hoskins, "Provincial life"; F. L. Poynter, "Medicine and public health"; M. H. Curtis, "Education and apprenticeship"; T. F. Reddaway, "London and the court"; E. W. Ives, "Shakespeare and history: divergencies and agreements"; William C. Carroll, "Language, politics, and poverty in Shakespearian drama"; Blair Worden, "Shakespeare and politics"; Elizabeth Marie Pope, "The Renaissance background of Measure for Measure"; Subha Mukherji, "'Lawful deed': consummation, custom, and law in All's Well That Ends Welt"; Harold Fisch, "Shakespeare and the Puritan dynamic"; G. M. Pinciss, "The old honor and the new courtesy: I Henry IV"; Gary Taylor, "The fortunes of Oldcastle"; E. C. Pettet, "Coriolanus and the Midlands Insurrection of 1607"; Leah Scragg, "Macbeth on horseback"; Emrys Jones, "Othello, Lepanto, and the Cyprus wars"; Mark Matheson, "Venetian culture and the politics of Othello"; Joan Grundy, "Shakespeare's sonnets and the Elizabethan sonneteers"; I. A. Shapiro, "Shakespeare and Mundy"; C. Walter Hodges, "The lantern of taste"; Allardyce Nicoll, "'Passing over the stage'"; Andrew Gurr, "The bare island"; J. L. Styan, "The actor at the foot of Shakespeare's platform"; Gerald Eades Bentley, "Shakespeare and the Blackfriar's Theatre"; Arthur Colby Sprague, "Shakespeare's unnecessary characters"; Andrew Gurr, "Who strutted and bellowed?"; P. H. Parry, "The boyhood of Shakespeare's heroines"; Charles Edelman, "Shakespeare's 'brawl ridiculous'"; "Which is the Jew that Shakespeare knew? Shylock on the Elizabethan stage"; John Shaw, "The staging of parody and parallels in I Henry IV"; and William Montgomery, "The original staging of The First Part of the Contention (1594)."

--. Vol. 2, Shakespeare Criticism. iv + 464 pp. ISBN: 0-521-80801-4. Contents: Terence Hawkes, "Introduction"; Clifford Siskin, "Freedom and loss in The Tempest"; Russ McDonald, "Reading The Tempest"; Bryan Loughrey and Nell Taylor, "Ferdinand and Miranda at chess"; Harriett Hawkins, "'The devil's party': virtues and vices in Measure for Measure"; Ernest Schanzer, "The marriage-contracts in Measure for Measure"; A. D. Nuttall, "Measure for Measure: the bedtrick"; Gamini Salgado, "'Time's deformed hand': sequence, consequence, and inconsequence in The Comedy of Errors"; David Ormerod, "Faith and fashion in Much Ado About Nothing"; Mary Ellen Lamb, "The nature of topicality in Love's Labour's Lost"; Peter Holland, "Theseus' shadows in A Midsummer Night's Dream"; Catherine Belsey, "Love in Venice"; Nancy K. Hayles, "Sexual disguise in As You Like It and Twelfth Night"; Peter Saccio, "Shrewd and kindly farce"; R. L. Smallwood, "The design of Ali's Well that Ends Welt"; Elizabeth M. Yearling, "Language, theme, and character in Twelfth Night"; Kenneth C. Bennett, "Reconstructing The Winter's Tale"; C. L. Barber, "'Thou that beget'st him that did thee beget': transformation in Pericles and The Winter's Tale"; Robert Hapgood, "Shakespeare's thematic modes of speech: Richard H to Henry V"; Juliet Dusinberre, "King John and embarrassing women"; S. Schoenbaum, "Richard II and the realities of power"; Lois Potter, "The antic disposition of Richard II"; Daniel Seltzer, "Prince Hal and tragic style"; Gunter Walch, "Henry V as working-house of ideology"; Roger Warren, "'Contrarieties agree': an aspect of dramatic technique in Henry VI"; Ronald Berman, "Anarchy and order in Richard III and King John"; Alexander Leggatt, "Henry VIII and the ideal England"; Peter L. Rudnytsky, "Henry VIII and the deconstruction of history"; Joyce Van Dyke, "Making a scene: language and gesture in Coriolanus"; Albert H. Tricomi, "The aesthetics of mutilation in Titus Andronicus"; Kathleen E. McLuskie, "Shakespeare's 'earth-treading stars': the image of the masque in Romeo and Juliet"; Jill L. Levenson, "Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. the places of invention"; Keir Elam, "'I'll plague thee for that word': language, performance, and communicable disease"; Robert S. Miola, "Shakespeare and his sources: observations on the critical history of Julius Caesar"; George Walton Williams, "'Time for such a word': verbal echoing in Macbeth"; Stephen Orgel, "Macbeth and the antic round"; Inga-Stina Ewbank, "Hamlet and the power of words"; R. A. Foakes, "Hamlet and the court of Elsinore"; Margot Heinemann, "'Demystifying the mystery of state': King Lear and the world upside down"; Kenneth Muir, "Madness in King Lear"; Gary Taylor, "The war in King Lear"; Helen Gardner, "Othello: a retrospect, 1900-67"; Nigel Alexander, "Thomas Rymer and Othello"; Susan Snyder, "Patterns of motion in Antony and Cleopatra"; Kenneth Muir, "Troilus and Cressida"; Michael Taylor, "The pastoral reckoning in Cymbeline"; M. M. Mahood, "Love's confined doom"; Richard Levin, "The ironic reading of The Rape of Lucrece and the problem of external evidence"; and Philippa Berry, "Woman, language, and history in The Rape of Lucrece."

--. Vol. 3, Shakespeare Performance. iv + 460 pp. index. illus. tbls. ISBN: 0-52180802-2. Contents: Peter Holland, "Introduction"; John Gielgud, "Tradition, style, and the theatre today"; Sir Barry Jackson, "On producing Henry VI"; "Producing the comedies"; Tyrone Guthrie, "Shakespeare at Stratford, Ontario"; Ngaio Marsh, "A note on the production of Twelfth Night"; Judi Dench, "Judi Dench talks to Gareth Lloyd Evans"; J. W. R. Meadowcroft, "Playing King Lear: Donald Sinden talks to J. W. R. Meadowcroft"; Peggy Ashcroft, "Playing Shakespeare"; Charles Marowitz, "Reconstructing Shakespeare or harlotry in bardolatry"; Peter Holland, "Stratford stages: two interviews"; Kenneth Muir, "Shakespeare and the metamorphosis of the pentameter"; Inga-Stina Ewbank, "'More pregnantly than words': some uses and limitations of visual symbolism"; Marvin Rosenberg, "Sign theory and Shakespeare"; Alan C. Dessen, "Shakespeare's scripts and the modern director"; John Drakakis, "'Fashion it thus': Julius Caesar and the politics of theatrical representation"; Stanley Wells, "The challenges of Romeo and Juliet"; Dennis Kennedy, "Shakespeare played small: three speculations about the body"; D. S. Hoffman, "Some Shakespearean music, 1660-1900"; Winton Dean, "Shakespeare in the opera house"; Irena Cholij, "At thousand twangling instruments': music and The Tempest on the eighteenth-century London stage"; Robert Hapgood, "Chimes at Midnight from stage to screen: the art of adaptation"; Lorne M. Buchman, "Orson Welles' Othello: a study of time in Shakespeare's tragedy"; Kenneth S. Rothwell, "Representing King Lear on screen: from metatheatre to 'meta-cinema'"; E. Pearlman, "Macbeth on film: politics"; Barbara Hodgdon, "William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet. everything's nice in America?"; Nevill Coghill, "Six points of stagecraft in The Winter's Tale"; William H. Matchett, "Some dramatic techniques in The Winter's Tale"; John H. Astington, "Malvolio and the dark house"; Edward L. Rocklin, "Measured endings: how productions from 1720 to 1929 close Shakespeare's open silences in Measure for Measure"; Russell Jackson, "'Perfect types of womanhood': Rosalind, Beatrice, and Viola in Victorian criticism and performance"; E. Martin Browne, "English Hamlets of the twentieth century"; Ralph Berry, "Komisarjevsky at Stratford-upon-Avon"; Herbert S. Weil, Jr, "The options of the audience: theory and practice in Peter Brook's Measure for Measure"; Claire M. Tylee, "The text of Cressida and every ticklish reader: Troilus and Cressida, the Greek camp scene"; Muriel St Clare Byrne, "A Stratford production: Henry VIII"; Richard David, "Shakespeare's comedies and the modern stage," "Shakespeare in the Waterloo Road," and "The tragic curve"; John Russell Brown, "Three adaptations" and "S. Franco Zeffirelli's Romeo and Juliet"; Murray Biggs, "A neurotic Portia"; Nicholas Shrimpton, "Shakespeare performances in Stratfordupon-Avon and London, 1983-4"; and "Shakespeare performances in London, Manchester, and Stratford-upon-Avon, 1985-6"; Stanley Wells, "Shakespeare performances in England, 1987-8"; Lois Potter, "Recycling the early histories: The Wars of the Roses and The Plantagenets"; Michael Cordner, "Repeopling the Globe: the opening season at Shakespeare's Globe, London, 1997"; and Yu Jin Ko, "A little touch of Harry in the light: Henry Vat the New Globe."

Ames-Lewis, Francis and Paul Joannides, eds. Reactions to the Master: Michelangelo's Effect on Art and Artists in the Sixteenth Century. Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2003. xiv + 271 pp. index. append. illus. tbls. bibl. $89.95. ISBN: 0-7546-0807-7. Contents: Paul Joannides and Francis Ames-Lewis, "Introduction"; Francis AmesLewis, "Raphaers responsiveness to Michelangelo's draughtsmanship"; Elizabeth Pilliod, "The influence of Michelangelo: Pontormo, Bronzino and Allori"; David Ekserdjian, "Parmigianino and Michelangelo"; Paul Joannides, "Salviati and Michelangelo"; Anne Varick Lauder, "Absorption and interpretation: Michelangelo through the eyes of a Venetian follower, Bartista Franco"; Raphael Rosenberg, "The reproduction and publication of Michelangelo's Sacristy: drawings and prints by Franco, Salviati, Naldini and Cort"; William E. Wallace, "Michelangelo and Marcello Venusti: a case of multiple authorship"; Victoria Avery, "Alessandro Vittoria: the Michelangelo of Venice?"; Rick Scorza, "Vasari, Borghini and Michelangelo"; and Lizzie Boubli, "Michelangelo and Spain: on the dissemination of his draughtsmanship."

Arnould, Jean-Claude and Thierry Mantovani, eds. Premiere poesie francaise de la Renaissance: Autour des Puys poetiques normands. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 628 pp. index. illus. tbls. 69 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0829-7. Contents: Thierry Mantovani, "Introduction"; Francoise Fery-Hue, "Un roman d'amour en rondeaux du debut du XV[I.sup.e] sciecle: les Cent cing rondeaux d'amour"; Jay E. Moore, "La Morale de Sapience et la question de I'Immaculee Conception"; Myra Orth, "Les Puys en images. L'illustration des palinods de Rouen dans les manuscrits de la Bibliotheque Narionale de France (ms. fr. 379 et 1537)"; Thierry Mantovani, "Le manuscrit BNF ms. fr. 1538"; Denis Hue, "Esther, la Vierge et le Puy"; Jennifer Brimell, "Jean Bouchet et les pontes rouennais"; Cynthia Brown, "Andre La Vigne au Puy de 1511: etude du manuscrit Douce 379 de la Bibliotheque Bodleienne"; Richard Cooper, "Jean Mallard, porte et peintre rouennais"; Jean-Clande Margolin, "Guillaume Haudent, traducteur d'Esope"; Gerard Defaux, "Le myrrhe, l'aloes et la manne: pour une lecture mariale de Delie"; Dorota Szeliga, "L'experience de navigateur source d'inspirarion poetique a travers quelques chants royaux presentes par Jean Parmentier aux Puys de Rouen et de Dieppe"; David Lingham, "Les noms divins des chants royaux des Puys a la lumiere de la reflexion thomiste"; Gerard Gros, "Le gai savoir du Puy normand"; Francois Rigolot, "Un chant royal 'sans macule': modistie et ambition litteraire de Jean Marot a Rouen"; Francois Rouget, "Une forme reine des Puys podtiques: la ballade"; Michael Randall, "La representation du concile de Bale dans des chants royaux ecrits au Puy de Rouen ou la correction politique d'une figure poetique"; Jean Devaux, "Litterature et politique au coeur de la cite: des Puys marials aux chambres de rhetorique"; Odile Malas-Semboloni, "L'orginisation du Puy de Caen d'apres le manuscrit d'Estienne Du Val de Mondrainville"; Michel Rousse, "L'abbaye des conards dans la vie sociale et culturelle de Rouen"; Jean-Claude Arnould, "Noel Taillepied, Charles de Bourgueville et historiographie normande du Puy de la Conception a la fin du [XVI.sup.e] sciecle"; Nicolas Lombart, "Des stances pour le vierge: Claude Groulart et la renovation des palinods de Rouen (1595-1596)"; Marie-Christine Gomez-Geraud, "Espace et Symbole: figurations typologiques dans les miniatures du manuscrit amienois offert a Louise de Savoie"; Werner Waterschoot, "Luc D'Heere, peintre et traducteur de Clement Marot"; Dirk Coigneau, "Les concours de 'referain.' Une introduction a la rhetorique neerlandaise"; Marijke Spies, "L'universalite et l'originalite des poetes flamands d'apres Matthijs de Castelein"; Jean-Pierre Lassalle, "Quelques articularites du Livre Rouge"; Yvonne Bellenger, "Puys et Jeux Floraux: des 'episseries' aux academies"; Olivier Guerrier, "Autour des Jeux Floraux toulousains: considerations sur l'essai"; Nathalie Dauvois, "L'evolution des formes lyriques dans les pieces primees aux Jeux Floraux toulousains ([XV.sup.c]-[XVI.sup.e] sciecles)"; Gabriel-Andre Perouse, "Un Puy poetique a Lyon, a la fin du [XX.sup.e] sciele"; and Gerard Gros, "Pour une conclusion."

Baxandall, Michael. Words for Pictures: Seven Papers on Renaissance Art Criticism. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2003. xi + 169 pp. + 25 col. pls. index, append, illus. tbls. $35. ISBN: 0-300-09749-2.

Contents: Michael Baxandall, "Preface"; "Prolegomena: Values, Arguments, System"; "Alberti's Cast of Mind"; "Algelo Decembrino's De politia litteraria, Part LXVIII"; "Rudolph Agricola on Art and on Patrons"; "English Disegno"; "Jacopo Sadoleto's Laocoon"; and "Piero della Francesca's The Resurrection of Christ."

Berriot-Salvadore, Evelyne and Paul Mironneau, eds. Ambroise Pard (1510-1590): Pratique et ecriture de la science a la Renaissance. Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 471 pp. index, illus. bibl. 65 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0848-3.

Contents: Paul Mironneau and Evelyne Berriot-Salvadore, "Avant-propos"; Evelyne Berriot-Salvadore, "Preface"; Claude Thomasset, "Ambroise Pare: une vision medievale de la sexualite et de la generation?"; Muriel Laharie, "L'originalite d'un reflet globalisant: les connaissances scientifiques dans l'oeuvre d'Opicinus de Canistris (1296-vers 1351)"; Eve Derrien, "La symbolique du sang: de la fiction medievale au realisme d'Ambroise Pare"; Evelyne Berriot-Salvadore, "L'ordre de l'Anatomie"; Claude Menges, "Images et figures de l'Anatomie et de la Chiurgie: les editions illustrees d'Ambroise Pare"; Jean-Luc Martinet, "L' Ombre de raison: la notion de dignitas hominis dans le Livre Des Animaux et de l'Excellence de l'homme"; Olivier Le Bihan, "Le bestiaire exotique d'Ambroise Pare. 'Des Monstres volatiles': histoire de plumes et question de pattes"; Marie-Madeleine Fragonard, "Corps simules, corps simulateurs"; Claude-Gilbert Dubois, "Ambroise Pard et la question des 'Hermafrodites'"; Mireille Huchon, "Definition et description: Ambroise Pare chirurgien methodique et huguenot"; Marie-Luce Demonet, "Du signe au symptome: la semeiotique d'Ambrose Pare"; Guylaine Pineau-Kliebenstein, "L'instrument du langage et son maniement chez Ambroise Pare"; Nathalie Dauvois, "La composition du Livre Des Venins: narration, representation, fiction"; Diane Desrosiers-Bonin, "Finalites rhetoriques et prise de parole au 'je' dans l'oe uvre d'Ambroise Pare"; Isabelle Pantin, "La traduction latine des oeuvres d'Ambroise Pare"; Josep-Lluis Barona, "Ambroise Pare et la chiurgie en Espagne au XVI slide"; Herve Baudry, "La reception d'Ambroise Pare au Portugal aux [XVI.sup.e] et [XVII.sup.e] siecles"; and Jean Ceard, "Nicholas Abraham de La Framboisiere, lecteur d'Ambroise Pare."

Bertrand, Dominique, ed. Penser la nuit (XV-[XVII.sup.e] siecle). (Actes du colloque international du C.E.R.H.A.C. [Centre d'Etudes sur les Reformes, l'Humanisme et l'Age classique] de l'Universite Blaise Pascal [22-24 juin 2000].) Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 549 pp. index, illus. tbls. bibl. 83 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0846-7.

Contents: Dominique Bertrand, "Introduction: A travers les nuits ([XVI.sup.e]-[XVII.sup.e] siecles)"; Jean-Claude Margolin, "Source et signification de la tenebre divine (caligo) d'apres Charles de Bovelles"; Dominique Descotes, "La nuit des mecanistes"; Sylvie Taussig, "Gassendi contre la metaphore: la nuit"; Christophe Martin, "Eclipses du soleil, lumieres de la raison: la nuit dans les Entretiens sur la pluralite des mondes de Fontenelle"; Daniel Menager, "Les berges et la nuit"; Daniela Mauri, "Le temps-espace de la nuit dans les romans de Beroalde de Verville"; Paule Rossetto, "La nuit apprivoisee dans l'Astree"; Pierre Grouix, "Visages du nocturne dans Voyage en Laponie de J. F. Regnard, 1681"; Jacques Wagner, "Les nuits sans eclat de Meilcour dans Les Egarements du coeur et de l'esprit de Crebillon-Fils, (1736-1738)"; Francois Rouget, "Nicolas Denisot peintre de la nuit dans Les Cantiques du premier advenement de Jesuchrist (1553)"; ClaudeGilbert Dubois, "Nuit, amour et poesie: la fonction de la nuit dans trois recueils lyriques (1573-1578)"; Anne-Pascale Pouey-Mounou, "Penser la nuit par periphrases dans la poesie de Pierre de Ronsard"; Christophe Bourgeois, "'Par l'obscur de la nuit': les variations d'une metaphore baroque"; Edith Karagianis, "Les armes de l'ombre an service de la lumiere: Mercure et la nuit dans la poesie de la Pleiade"; Jean Pironon, "George Chapman et la nuit: essai d'analyse litteraire de The Shadow of night (1594)"; Joris Chomilier, "Contre-jour et clair-obscur: l'esthetique hermetique du sonnet 43 de Shakespeare"; Chris Fitter, "Dans les tenebres de la guerre civile: la nuit et le nocturne comme resistance chez Henry Vaughan"; Raymond Gardette, "Tenebres lumineusses: quelques reperes shakespeariens"; Jean-Marie Maguin, "L'inspiration nocturne du drame shakespearien"; Jacqueline Boucher, "La nuit dans l'imagination et le mode de vie de la cour des derniers Valois"; Marianne Closson, "Scenographies nocturnes du baroque: l'exemple du ballet francais (1580-1650)"; Aurelia Galliard, "Le Soleil a son coucher: la nuit reversible de la mythologie solaire sous Louis XIV"; AnneMarie Cocula, "Regard sur les evenements nocturnes des guerres de religion"; Emmanuele Lesne-Jaffro, "La nuit des camisards"; and Caire Carlin, "La nuit du couple: la dissolution du mariage dans l'imaginaire des [XVI.sup.e] et [XVII.sup.e] sciecles."

Boruchoff, David A., ed. Isabel La Catolica, Queen of Castile: Critical Essays. Houndmills, England and New York: Palgrave/St. Martin's Press, 2003. xviii + 312 pp. index. append. illus. tbls. map. $45. ISBN: 0-312-29307-0.

Contents: Bonnie Wheeler, "Series Editor's Foreword"; David A. Boruchoff, "Introduction: Instructions for Sainthood and Other Feminine Wiles in the Historiography of Isabel I"; Alison Caplan, "The World of Isabel la Catolica"; Maria Isabel del Val Valdivieso, "Isabel, Infanta and Princess of Castile"; Peggy K. Liss, "Isabel, Myth and History"; Jose Luis Abellan, "Isabel and the Idea of America"; Elizabeth Teresa Howe, "Zenobia or Penelope? Isabel la Catolica as Literary Archetype"; Chiyo Ishikawa, "La Llave depalo: Isabel la Catolica as Patron of Religious Literature and Painting"; Marcelino V. Amasuno Sarraga, "The Royal Physicians as Alcades and Examinadores Mayores: Royal Interference in Medicine and Law in Castile under Isabel and Ferdinand"; Joseph Perez, "Isabel la Catolica and the Jews"; Miguel Angel Ladero Quesada, "Isabel and the Moors"; Jesus PerezMagallon, "The Poetic and Dramatic Construction of Isabel la Catolica in the Theater of Lope de Vega"; and David A. Boruchoff, "Historiography with License: Isabel, the Catholic Monarch and the Kingdom of God."

Cameron, Keith and Laura L. Willett, eds. Le Visage changeant de Montaigne/The Changing Face of Montaigne. (Colloques, congres et conferences sur la Renaissance, 39.) Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 393 pp. index. illus. chron. 49 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0882-3.

Contents: Keith Cameron, "Presentation"; George Hoffmann, "Montaigne's face? The Chantilly portrait revisited"; Laura Willett, "Out of nowhere? A new/old portrait of Montaigne": Alain Legros, "Janus Montanus Decorator ou comment amenager son 'deux pieces'"; John O'Brien, "Suspended sentences": Donald Gilman, "Energizing rhetoric: Montaigne's 'De l'experience' and the art of imaging": Margaret M. McGowan, "The diverse faces of Caesar: Fabrication and manipulation in the Essais"; Dorothy Stegman, "How tasty was my little Gascon? A remembrance of being eaten in the Essais"; Max Gauna, "Montaigne and the hard problem": Daniela Boccassini, "Vanite comme vacuite: Les enjeux de l'ecriture oisive de Montaigne"; Nathalie Dauvois, "Sujet lyrique/sujet satirique dans les Essais. Quelques exemples d'une lecture d'Horace par Montaigne"; Nancy Frelick, "Friendship, transference and voluntary servitude: Montaigne and La Boetie"; Francois Rigolot, "Montaigne's anti-Mannerist mannerism"; Tom Conley, "Le tatou de Montaigne": Elisabeth Hodges, "Tales of the city: Montaigne and the topography of Frenchness"; James Supple, "David Lewis Schaefer: Armaingaud rides again": Thomas Worcester, "In praise of Montaigne: Bishop Jean-Pierre Camus"; Olivier Millet, "Etudes montaignistes et traduction des Essais dans les pays germanophones (1985-1999)"; Philippe Desan, "Les Essais comme Freak Show ou Marie de Gournay tutrice d'un enfant monstrueux"; Neil Kenny, "Montaigne read by and through Gournay the writer: The example of Conference"; Warren Boutcher, "'Learning mingled with Nobilitie': Directions for reading Montaigne's Essais in their institutional context"; and Laura Willett, "Epilogue."

Canone, Eugenio, ed. La filosofia di Giordano Bruno: Problemi ermeneutici e storiografici. Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2003. viii + 464 pp. index. append. illus. tbls. bibl. 47 [euro]. ISBN: 88-222-5189-X.

Contents: Eugenio Canone, "Premessa"; Michele Ciliberto, "Officina bruniana"; Stephan Otto, "Die Augen und das Herz. Der philosophische Gedanke und seine sprachliche Darstellung in Brunos Heroischen Leidenschaften"; Eugenio Canone, "Fenomenologie dell'anima nei Poemi francofortesi"; Miguel A. Granada, "El concepto de tiempo en Bruno: tiempos cosmicos y eternidad"; Paul R. Blum, "Geschichtsphilosophie bei Giordano Bruno"; Angelika Bonker-Vallon, "Bruno e Proclo: connessioni e differenze tra la matematica neoplatonica e quella bruniana"; Leen Spruit, "Bruno's Use of Experience in Context"; Christoph Luthy, "Entia & sphaerae: due aspetti dell'atomismo bruniano"; Hilary Gatti, "La Bibbia nei Dialoghi italiani di Bruno"; Saverio Ricci, "Lo 'spaccio' della cabala: Bruno e il giudeocristianesimo"; Gilberto Sacerdoti, "Caccia e sovranita II contesto inglese di una pagina dello Spaccio"; Simonetta Bassi, "Memoria, vicissitudine ed entusiasmo negli Eroici furori"; Nicoletta Tirinnanzi, "La composizione della Lampas triginta statuarum"; Maurizio Cambi, "Dall'Artificium perorandi al De vinculis. Insegnamento della retorica e suo superamento negli ultimi scritti bruniani"; Elisabetta Scapparone, "'Tempus vinciendi'. Filosofia dell'amore e "civile conversazione" nel De vinculis"; Delfina Giovannozzi, "Conoscere 'per audita.' Note sulle fonti del De monade"; Michel-Pierre Lerner, "Campanella lecteur de Bruno?"; and Thomas Leinkauf, "Einheit, innere Kraft und substantielle Form. Der Begriff der Substanz bei Giordano Bruno und Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz."

--and Germana Elisa Ernst, eds. Bruniana e Campanelliana: Ricerche filosofiche e materiali storico-testuali. (Anno VIII, 2002/2.) Pisa and Rome: Istituti Editoriali e Poligrafici Internazionali, 2003. 281 pp. + 2 b/w pls. index. illus. 40 [euro]. ISBN: n.a.

Contents: Pierre Caye, "Campenella critique de Machiavel. La politique: de la nonphilosophie a la metaphysique"; Miguel A. Granada, "'Per fuggir biasmo, o per giovar altrui.' El elogio del Nolano en La cena de le Ceneri y una posible polemica con San Agustin y Dante"; Luigi Guerrini, "Osservazioni sul concetto di teocrazia universale nell'ultimo Campanella"; Francesca Puccini, "La Geschichte der Atomistik di Kurd Lasswitz e la ricezione del materialismo di Bruno nella scienza tedesca del XIX secolo"; Pietro Secchi, "Elementi di teologia nel De umbris idearum"; Eugenio Canone and J.M. De Bujanda, "L'edito di proibizione delle opere di Bruno e Campanella. Un'analisi bibliografica"; "I due nuovi documenti del processo di Bruno nell'Archivio del Sant'Uffizio"; Luciano Albanese, "Bruno e il Pitagora di Ovidio"; Giuseppe Landolfi "L'itinerario rinascimentale di Bertrando Spaventa"; Alfonso Paolella, "La presenza di Giovan Battista della Porta nel Carteggio Linceo"; and Alessandro Savorelli, "Minuzzarie bruniane nell'epistolario di Labriola."

Castelli, Patrizia, ed. Francesco Patrizi: filosofo platonico nel crepuscolo del Rinascimento, Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2002. vi + 336 pp. index. illus. 33 [euro]. ISBN: 88-222-5156-3.

Contents: Patrizia Castelli, "Introduzione" and "Le fonti de La Citta felice"; Lawrence E. Hough, "La Citta felice: A Renaissance Utopia"; Vladimir Premec, "Utopija-Zbilja-Politika"; Angela Andrisano, "Patrizi e il 'meraviglioso': le fonti classiche"; Walter Moretti, "L'Ariosto di Francesco Patrizi"; Micaela Rinaldi, "Il Parere in difesa di Ludovico Ariosto di Francesco Patrizi"; Ljerka Schiffler, "Idee estetico-poetiche di Francesco Patrizi"; Patrizia Castelli, "Estetica e gusto nell'opera del Patrizi e nella trattatistica d'arte del Cinquecento"; Isabella Fedozzi, "Il Barignano: Francesco Pattizi e il dibattito sull'onore nella cultura del Cinquecento"; Maria G. Cavallari, "Einsegnamento del Patrizi in alcuni madrigali di Tarquinia Molza"; Christopher Ulffers, "A Study of the Musical Influence of Tarquinia Molza on Patrizi's L'amorosa filosofia"; Cesare Vasoli, "'Sophismata putida': la critica patriziana alla dottrina peripatetica dell'eternita, e immutabilita del cielo"; Eugene E. Ryan, "The Panaugia of Franciscus Patricius: From the Light of Experience to the First Light"; Tomislav Petkovic, "Franciscus Patricius' Model of Thinking and Modern Cosmology"; Rosanna Gorris, "'Prudentia perpetuat': Vittorio Baldini, editore ferrarese di Francesco Patrizi"; Alessandra Fiocca, "Francesco Patrizi e la questione del Reno nella seconda meta del Cinquecento: tre lettere inedite"; Martin Schwarz, "Patrizi's World Seen Through the Eyes of Montaigne"; Bodo Nischan, "International Diplomacy in the Age of Patrizi: The German Heretic Who Got Caught"; and Anthony J. Papalas, "The Trattato del Giuoco della palla di Messer Antonio Scaino da Salo and Ferrarese Cultural Ideology in the Time of Alfonso II (1559-97)."

Ceard, Jean, Marie-Christine Gomez-Geraud, Michel Magnien, and Francois Rouget, eds. Cite des hommes, cite de Dieu: Travaux sur la litterature de la Renaissance en l'honneur de Daniel Menager. Geneva: Librairie Droz S. A., 2003. 623 pp. index. append. illus. tbls. chron. bibl. 184 CHF. ISBN: 2-600-00824-1.

Contents: Alain Meyer, "Daniel Menager a Nanterre"; "Bibliographie des travaux de Daniel Menager"; Paul Larivaille, "Le dernier pari de Machiavel"; Michel Bideaux, "Sur la ttahison: le connetable de Bourbon entre Judas et les renegats objectifs"; Marie-Dominique Legrand, "La figure du roi dans le Traite de la reformation de la justice attribue a Michel de L'Hospital"; Catherine Magnien, "Au service du roi: Jacques Faye d'Espeisses (1544-1590), l'homme qui ne voulait pas ecrire"; Nadine Kuperty-Tsur, "La notion de serviteur de l'Etat, entre ethos et pratique a la fin du [XVI.sup.e] siecle en France"; Patricia Eichel-Lojkine, "Meurtre a Jerusalem: Boissard et la question du regicide (Theatrum vite humane, chap. 37 sq.)"; Alain Dufour, "Beze historien"; Myriam Yardeni, "La pensee politique de la premiere historiographie huguenote: Pierre de La Place et Louis Regnier de La Planche"; Andre Tournon, "'Singuliers en leurs fantasies'"; Michel Magnien, "Pour une attribution definitive du Memoire sur l'Edit de janvier a Estienne de La Boetie"; Francois Rigolot, "Dialogue, theologie, ethique et politique a la Renaissance"; Francoise Charpentier, "Tragedie et monarchie"; Claude-Gilbert Dubois, "David, porte et prince: sa representation dans la dramaturgie francaise de la seconde moitie du [XVI.sup.e] siecle"; Francois Lecercle, "'Ne'er seen but wonder'd at': la mise en scene politique dans Henry/IV de Shakespeare"; Nathalie Dauvois, "Morale, politique et eschatologie dans Les Regnars traversans les perilleuses voyes des folles fiances du monde de Jean Bouchet: limites et modalites du discours critique"; Jean Dupebe, "Un ami de Clement Marot, le medecin Michel Amy"; Gerard Defaux, "'Moy ton Poete, ayant premier ose ...': Du Bellay, Ronsard et l'Envie"; Jean Vignes, "Le Porte et la guerre (autour de la prise de Calais, 1558)"; Edith Karagiannis-Mazeaud, "Images d'Achille dans la poesie de la Pleiade"; Anne-Pascale Pouey-Mounou, "Ronsard et le roi de gloire"; Philip Ford, "Hercule et le theme solaire a Fontainebleau: la Porte doree et Le Satyre de Ronsard"; Francois Cornilliat, "'Je suis, di-je, Ronsard ...': paradoxes de l'inconstance dans le Recueil des nouvelles poesies"; Francois Rouget, "Sur des vers retrouves de Ronsard: J.-D. Cercier, dit Colony, et les Preceptes de P. de Ronsard a un Prince"; Florence Dobby-Poirson, "Autour des Hymnes: la postrite de Ronsard dans l'Hymne de la monarchie de Robert Garnier"; Yvonne Bellenger, "Les sonnets satiriques de J. Grevin: la Gelodacrye, les Sonnets sur Rome, et les Sonnets d'Angleterre et de Flandre"; Frank Lestringant, "Une Satyre Menippee an service de la Contre-Reforme: La Cabale des Reformez attribute a Guillaume Reboul"; Pascal Debailly, "Satire et peur du feminin"; Jean-Claude Margolin, "Victoire chretienne sur la mort: a propos de deux poemes de Bovelles (De immortalitate animo, Paris, 1552)"; Nicole Cazauran, "Marguerite de Navarre: le deuil en dialogues"; Mireille Huchon, "Francois [I.sup.er] en enfer"; Olivier Millet, "Poesie et musique: l'oeuvre de Louis Des Masures et ses 'cantiques'"; Jean Ceard, "Christianisme et paganisme: les Hymnes ecclesiastiques de Guy Le Fevre de La Boderie"; Franco Giacone, "Bible et esthetique: les Hymnes ecclesiastiques de Guy LeFevre de La Boderie"; Gilbert Schrenck, "'La voici l'heureuse journee': variations sur le Psaume 118 dans l'oeuvre d'Agrippa d'Aubigne"; Andre Gendre, "Quete de Dieu et seduction du monde dans les Sonnets spirituels de Gabrielle de Coignard"; Helene Cazes, "Des voyages a cheval et de l'immortalite le testament francais d'Henri Estienne, 1594"; Nuccio Ordine, "I Furori di Giordano Bruno"; Marc Venard, "Reciter sa patenostre: oucomment traduire en francais l'Oraison dominicale"; Andre Godin, "L'Exomologesis d'Erasme: exercice d'humanisme pastoral"; Marie-Christine Gomez-Geraud, "Sur un souvenir de l'Ecclesiaste: un visage de Thomas More en ses derniers ecrits"; Guy Demerson, "Apollonios de Tyane chez Rabelais: Christ dans un miroir deformant?"; Gerard Milhe-Poutingon, "La decontextualisation: un styleme rabelaisien pour 'emplir l'ame de toute verite'"; Benedicte Boudou, "Henri Estienne et la traduction par Sebastien Castellion de la Bible en francais"; Max Engammare, "David cote jardin: Bethsabee, module et anti-modele litteraire a la Renaissance"; Marie-Madeleine Fragonard, "La predication, le theatre, Herode, et la folie du monde"; Frank Grenier, "Martyrs d'amour du roman baroque: images en enjeux"; Isabelle Pantin, "Fidelissima immortalis Dei nuncia: astrologie et theologie de Regiomontanus a Tycho Brahe"; and Jan Miernowski, "Le mouvement virtuel des anges"; Pascale Chiron, "Mouvement et repos dans la cite de Dieu."

Clogan, Paul Maurice, ed. Medievalia et Humanistica: Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Culture. (New Series, 29: Papal Letters, Manual for Confessors, and Romance.) Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, 2003. xi + 161 pp. $75. ISBN: 0-7425-2758-1.

Contents: Paul Maurice Clogan, "Preface"; John R.C. Martyn, "Six Notes on Gregory the Great"; Marijane Osborn, "Reading the 'Animals' of Wulf and Eadwacer with Hrabanus Maurus"; Dorothy Carr Porter, "Prudence in Action: Andreas' Lady in the De amore"; Shearle Furnish, "Labors of Love and the Work of Art: Divine Creativity and Human Artists in the Wakefield Noah"; Harriet Hudson, "Rebellious Daughters and Rotten Chickens: Gender and Genre in Caxton's Paris and Vienne"; and Marvin L. Colker, "Michael of Belluno and His Speculum Conscientie: The Unique Manuscript Recently Discovered."

Cummins, Juliet, ed. Milton and the Ends of Time. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. x + 254 pp. index. illus. tbls. $55. ISBN: 0-521-81665-3.

Contents: Juliet Cummins, "Introduction: 'Those thoughts that wander through eternity'"; Barbara K. Lewalski, "Milton and the millennium"; Sarah Hutton, "Mede, Milton, and More: Christ's College millenarians"; Stella P. Revard, "Milton and millenarianism: from the Nativity Ode to Paradise Regained"; Malabika Sarkar, "Astronomical signs in Paradise Lost: Milton, Ophiucus, and the millennial debate"; William B. Hunter, "The millennial moment: Milton vs. 'Milton'"; John T. Shawcross, "Confusion: the apocalypse, the millennium"; Beverley Sherry, "John Martin's apocalyptic illustrations to Paradise Lost"; Catherine Gimelli Martin, "The enclosed garden and the apocalypse: immanent versus transcendent time in Milton and Marvell"; Juliet Cummins, "Matter and apocalyptic transformations in Paradise Lost"; Claude N. Stulting, Jr., "'New Heav'ns, new Earth': apocalypse and the loss of sacramentality in the postlapsarian Books of Paradise Lost"; Ken Simpson, "The apocalypse in Paradise Regained"; Karen L. Edwards, "Inspiration and Melancholy in Samson Agonistes"; and David Loewenstein, "Afterword: 'The time is come.'"

Davis, Lloyd, ed. Shakespeare Matters: History, Teaching, Performance. Cranbury, NJ and London: University of Delaware Press/AUP, 2003. 330 pp. index. append. bibl. $55. ISBN: 0-87413-790-X.

Contents: Lloyd Davis, "Introduction: Shakespearean Cultures"; Jean E. Howard, "Material Shakespeare/Materialist Shakespeare"; Derek Cohen, "The Past of Macbeth"; Arthur Lindley, "Anthony, Cleopatra, the Market, and the End(s) of History"; Sharon A. Beehler, "'Confederate Season': Shakespeare and the Elizabethan Understanding of Kairos"; Lloyd Davis, "'Sick Desires': All's Well That Ends Well and the Civilizing Process"; Ann Blake, "Breaking Rank in Shakespearean Marriage Plots"; Michael Mullin, "Shakespeare on the Web"; Susan Gushee O'Malley, "Cultural Appropriations of Shakespeare in the Classroom"; Laura Raidonis Bates, "The Uses of Shakespeare in Criminal Rehabilitation: Testing the Limits of 'Universality'"; Sara Jayne Steen, "Whose Will, or Who's Will? Teaching Shakespeare Him-Self"; Simon C. Estok, "Teaching the Environment of The Winter's Tale: Ecocritical Theory and Pedagogy for Shakespeare"; Kim Walker, "Wrangling Pedantry: Education in The Taming of the Shrew"; Barbara Bowen, "Beyond Shakespearean Exceptionalism"; Richard Madelaine, "Material Boys: Apprenticeship and the Boy Actors' Shakespearean Roles"; Adrian Kiernander, "'Betwixt' and 'between': Variant Readings in the Folio and First Quarto Versions of Richard III and W.W. Greg's Concept of Memorial Reconstruction"; Ron Bedford, "The Case of the Rouged Corpse: Shakespeare, Malone, and the Modern Subject"; Gillian M. Day, "Determination and Proof: Colley Cibber and the Materialization of Shakespeare's Richard III in the Twentieth Century"; Philippa Kelly, "New Faces for Shakespeare in Contemporary Australia"; Ian Maclennan, "Materialist Shakespeare and Ideological Performance: Michael Bogdanov and Shakespeare in Production"; and R.S. White, "Travels on the Shakespeare Underground."

de Courcelles, Dominique, ed. Ouvrages miscellanies et theories de la connaissance a la Renaissance: Actes des journees d'etudes organisees par l'Ecole nationale des chartes (Paris, 5 et 6 avril 2002). (Etudes et rencontres de l'Ecole des chartes, 12.) Paris: Ecole nationale des Chartes-CESR, 2003.214 pp. illus. biblio. 25 [euro]. ISBN: 2-900791-58-8.

Contents: Dominique de Courcelles, "Introduction"; Jean-Marc Mandosio, "La miscellanee: histoire d'un genre"; Frank Lestringant, "Le Livre Des Inventeurs de Polydore Vergile"; Perrine Galand-Hallyn, "Les Miscellanees de Pietro Crinito: une philologie de l'engagement et du lyrisme"; Tom Conley, "Un tombeau de melanges: les 'Epistres de l'amant vert' dans le livre imprime des Illustrations de Gaule et singularitez de Troie (1512-1513)"; Dominique de Courcelles, "Le melange des savoirs: pour la connaissance du monde et la connaissance de soi au milieu du [XVI.sup.e] siecle dans la Silva de varia leccion du Sevillan Pedro Mexia"; Alfredo Perifano, "La theorie cachee ou de la pratique vulgarisee dans le Compendio de i secreti rationali (1564) de Leonardo Fioravanti"; Frederic Tinguely, "'Melanges geographiques' et relativisme culturel"; Santiago Lopez-Rios, "Descifrar el mundo y entretener al lector: el Libro de las maravillas de don Juan de Austria"; Marie Dominique Couzinet, "Les Essais de Montaigne et les miscellanees"; Sonia V. Rose, "Saber universal y memoria local: la Miscelanea Austral de Diego Davalos y Figueroa (Lima, 1602)"; Claudia Dematte, "Melanges et litterature melee: de La Dorotea de Lope de Vega (1632) au Para Todos de Juan Perez de Montalban (1632)"; and Harriet Stone, "La compilation du savoir chez Ambroise Pare et dans le Dictionnaire universel d'Antoine Furetiere."

Dinshaw, Carolyn and David J. Wallace, eds. The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Women's Writing. (Cambridge Companions to Literature.) Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. xix + 289 pp. index. bibl. $60 (cl), $22 (pbk). ISBN: 0-521-79188-X (cl), 0-521-79638-5 (pbk).

Contents: David Wallace and Carolyn Dinshaw, "Introduction"; Daniel T. Kline, "Female childhoods"; Ruth Evans, "Virginities"; Dyan Elliott, "Marriage"; Barbara A. Hanawalt, "Widows"; Karma Lochrie, "Between women"; Jennifer Summit, "Women and authorship"; Christopher Cannon, "Enclosure"; Sarah Salih, "At home; out of the house"; Alcuin Blamires, "Beneath the pulpit"; Christopher Baswell, "Heloise"; Robert L. Krueger, "Marie de France"; David F. Hult, "The Roman de la Rose, Christine de Pizan, and the querelle des femmes"; Sarah McNamer, "Lyrics and romances"; Nicholas Watson, "Julian of Norwich"; Carolyn Dinshaw, "Margery Kempe"; Alexandra Barratt, "Continental women mystics and English readers"; and Nadia Margolis, "Joan of Arc."

Dutton, Richard and Jean E. Howard, eds. A Companion to Shakespeare's Works. Vol. 1, The Tragedies. (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture, 17.) Malden, MA and Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2003. x + 491 pp. index. bibl. $124.95. ISBN: 0-631-22632-X.

Contents: Jean E. Howard and Richard Dutton, "Introduction"; David Scott Kastan, "'A rarity most beloved': Shakespeare and the Idea of Tragedy"; Martin Coyle, "The Tragedies of Shakespeare's Contemporaries"; Katherine Rowe, "Minds in Company: Shakespearean Tragic Emotions"; Catherine Belsey, "The Divided Tragic Hero"; Philippa Berry, "Disjointed Times and Half-Remembered Truths in Shakespearean Tragedy"; Sasha Roberts, "Reading Shakespeare's Tragedies of Love: Romeo and Juliet, Othello, and Antony and Cleopatra in Early Modern England"; Bernice W. Kliman, "Hamlet Productions Starring Beale, Hawke, and Darling From the Perspective of Performance History"; Graham Holderness, "Text and Tragedy"; Richard C. McCoy, "Shakespearean Tragedy and Religious Identity"; Gordon Braden, "Shakespeare's Roman Tragedies"; Jerry Brotton, "Tragedy and Geography"; Kenneth S. Rothwell, "Classic Film Versions of Shakespeare's Tragedies: A Mirror for the Times"; Mark Thornton Burnett, "Contemporary Film Versions of the Tragedies"; Ian Smith, "Titus Andronicus: A Time for Race and Revenge"; Naomi Conn Liebler, "'There is no world without Verona walls': The City in Romeo and Juliet"; Michael Neill, "'He that thou knowest thine': Friendship and Service in Hamlet"; Rebecca W. Bushnell, "Julius Caesar"; Kim E Hall, "Othello and the Problem of Blackness"; Kiernan Ryan, "King Lear"; Kathleen McLuskie, "Macbeth, the Present, and the Past"; Jyotsna G. Singh, "The Politics of Empathy in Antony and Cleopatra: A View from Below"; Hugh Grady, "Timon of Athens: The Dialectic of Usury, Nihilism, and Art"; and Cynthia Marshall, "Coriolanus and the Politics of Theatrical Pleasure."

--, eds. A Companion to Shakespeare's Works. Vol. 2, The Histories. (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture, 18.) Malden, MA and Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2003. x + 484 pp. index, bibl. $124.95. ISBN: 0-631-22633-8.

Contents: Jean E. Howard and Richard Dutton, "Introduction"; Ivo Kamps, "The Writing of History in Shakespeare's England"; Richard Helgerson, "Shakespeare and Contemporary Dramatists of History"; Cyndia Susan Clegg, "Censorship and the Problems with History in Shakespeare's England"; Patricia A. Cahill, "Nation Formation and the English History Plays"; Willy Maley, "The Irish Text and Subtext of Shakespeare's English Histories"; William C. Carroll, "Theories of Kingship in Shakespeare's England"; Peter J. Smith, "'To beguile the time, look like the time': Contemporary Film Versions of Shakespeare's Histories"; Paulina Kewes, "The Elizabethan History Play: A True Genre?"; James Holstun, "Damned Commotion: Riot and Rebellion in Shakespeare's Histories"; Rebecca Ann Bach, "Manliness Before Individualism: Masculinity, Effeminacy, and Homoerotics in Shakespeare's History Plays"; Linda Gregerson, "French Marriages and the Protestant Nation in Shakespeare's History Plays"; Ric Knowles, "The First Tetralogy in Performance"; Lois Potter, "The Second Tetralogy: Performance as Interpretation"; David Bevington, "1 Henry VI"; Thomas Cartelli, "Suffolk and the Pirates: Disordered Relations in Shakespeare's 2 Henry VI"; Kathryn Schwarz, "Vexed Relations: Family, State, and the Uses of Women in 3 Henry VI"; James Siemon, "'The power of hope?' An Early Modern Reader of Richard III; Virginia Mason Vaughan, "King John"; Lisa Hopkins, "The King's Melting Body: Richard II"; James Knowles, "1 Henry IV"; Jonathan Crewe, "Henry IV, Part 2: A Critical History"; and Andrew Hadfield, "Henry V."

--, eds. A Companion to Shakespeare's Works. Vol. 3, The Comedies. (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture, 19.) Malden, MA and Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2003. x + 464 pp. index, bibl. $124.95. ISBN: 0-631-22634-6.

Contents: Jean E. Howard and Richard Dutton, "Introduction"; Janette Dillon, "Shakespeare and the Traditions of English Stage Comedy"; Francois Laroque, "Shakespeare's Festive Comedies"; Gail Kern Paster, "The Humor of It: Bodies, Fluids, and Social Discipline in Shakespearean Comedy"; Peter Holbrook, "Class X: Shakespeare, Class, and the Comedies"; Mario DiGangi, "The Social Relations of Shakespeare's Comic Households"; Phyllis Rackin, "Shakespeare's Crossdressing Comedies"; Julie Crawford, "The Homoerotics of Shakespeare's Elizabethan Comedies"; Lena Cowen Orlin, "Shakespearean Comedy and Material Life"; Garrett A. Sullivan, Jr., "Shakespeare's Comic Geographies"; Lloyd Davis, "Rhetoric and Comic Personation in Shakespeare's Comedies"; Ian Frederick Moulton, "Fat Knight, or What You Will: Unimitable Falstaff"; Barbara Hodgdon, "Wooing and Winning (Or Not): Film/Shakespeare/Comedy and the Syntax of Genre"; Jeffrey Masten, "The Two Gentlemen of Verona"; Pamela Allen Brown, "'Fie, what a foolish duty call you this?' The Taming of the Shrew, Women's Jest, and the Divided Audience"; Richard Dutton, "The Comedy of Errors and The Calumny of Apelles: An Exercise in Source Study"; John Michael Archer, "Love's Labour's Lost"; Helen Hackett, "A Midsummer Night's Dream"; Marion Wynne-Davies, "Rubbing at Whitewash: Intolerance in The Merchant of Venice"; Wendy Wall, "The Merry Wives of Windsor: Unhusbanding Desires in Windsor"; Alison Findlay, "Much Ado About Nothing"; Juliet Dusinberre, "As You Like It"; and Penny Gay, "Twelfth Night: 'The Babbling Gossip of the Air.'"

--, eds. A Companion to Shakespeare's Works. Vol. 4, The Poems, Problem Comedies, Late Plays. (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture, 20.) Malden, MA and Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2003. xii + 482 pp. index. illus. bibl. $124.95. ISBN: 0-631-22634-6.

Contents: Jean E. Howard and Richard Dutton, "Introduction"; Bruce R. Smith, "Shakespeare's Sonnets and the History of Sexuality: A Reception History"; Dympna Callaghan, "The Book of Changes in a Time of Change: Ovid's Metamorphoses in Post-Reformation England and Venus and Adonis"; Paul Yachnin, "Shakespeare's Problem Plays and the Drama of His Time: Troilus and Cressida, All's Well That Ends Well, Measure for Measure"; Bruce Boehrer, "The Privy and Its Double: Scatology and Satire in Shakespeare's Theatre"; Theodora A. Janowski, "Hymeneal Blood, Interchangeable Women, and the Early Modern Marriage Economy in Measure for Measure and All's Well That Ends Well"; John Jowett, "Varieties of Collaboration in Shakespeare's Problem Plays and Late Plays"; Barbara A. Mowatt, "'What's in a Name?" Tragicomedy, Romance, or Late Comedy"; Russ McDonald, "Fashion: Shakespeare and Beaumont and Fletcher"; John Gillies, "Place and Space in Three Late Plays"; David M. Bergeron, "The Politics and Technology of Spectacle in the Late Plays"; Diana E. Henderson, "The Tempest in Performance"; Richard Rambuss, "What It Feels Like For a Boy: Shakespeare's Venus and Adonis"; Coppelia Kahn, "Publishing Shame: The Rape of Lucrece"; Valerie Traub, "The Sonnets: Sequence, Sexuality, and Shakespeare's Two Loves"; Linda Charnes, "The Two Party System in Troilus and Cressida"; Karen Cunningham, "Opening Doubts Upon the Law: Measure for Measure"; Barbara Howard Traister, "'Doctor She': Healing and Sex in All's Well That Ends Well"; Suzanne Gosset, "'You not your child well loving': Text and Family Structure in Pericles"; Marion O'Connor, "'Imagine Me, Gentle Spectators': Iconomachy and The Winter's Tale"; Valerie Wayne, "Cymbeline: Patriotism and Performance"; Daniel Vitkus, "'Meaner Ministers': Mastery, Bondage, and Theatrical Labor in The Tempest"; Susan Frye, "Queens and the Structure of History in Henry VIII"; and Julie Sanders, "Mixed Messages: The Aesthetics of The Two Noble Kinsmen."

Erler, Mary C. and Maryanne Kowaleski, eds. Gendering the Master Narrative: Women and Power in the Middle Ages. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2003. ix + 269 pp. index, append, illus, tbls. map. bibl. $49.95 (cl), $18.95 (pbk). ISBN: 0-8014-4112-9 (cl), 0-8014-8830-3 (pbk).

Contents: Mary C. Erler and Maryanne Kowaleski, "Introduction"; Jo Ann McNamara, "Women and Power through the Family Revisited"; Dyan Elliott, "Women and Confession: From Empowerment to Pathology"; Nicholas Watson, "'With the Heat of the Hungry Heart': Empowerment and Ancrene Wisse"; Jocelyn Wogan-Browne, "Powers of Record, Powers of Example: Hagiography and Women's History"; Wendy R. Larson, "Who Is the Master of This Narrative? Maternal Patronage of the Cult of St. Margaret"; Pamela Sheingorn, "'The Wise Mother': The Image of St. Anne Teaching the Virgin Mary"; Barbara Newman, "Did Goddesses Empower Women? The Case of Dame Nature"; Katherine L. French, "Women in the Late Medieval English Parish"; Holly S. Hurlburt, "Public Exposure? Consorts and Ritual in Late Medieval Europe: The Example of the Entrance of the Dogaresse of Venice"; Sarah Rees Jones, "Women's Influence on the Design of Urban Homes"; and Felicity Riddy, "Looking Closely: Authority and Intimacy in the Late Medieval Urban Home."

Fantoni, Marcello, Louisa C. Matthew, and Sara E Matthews-Grieco, eds. The Art Market in Italy, 15th-17th Centuries / Il Mercato dell'Arte in Italia, secc. XV-XVII. (Istituto di Studi Rinascimentali Ferrara Studi.) Modena: Franco Cosimo Panini, 2003.511 pp. index. append. illus. tbls. bibl. 90 [euro]. ISBN: 88-8290-577-2.

Contents: Louisa C. Matthew, Sara E Matthews-Grieco, and Marcello Fantoni, "Acknowledgements"; Marcello Fantoni, "Arte, mercato dell'arte e cultura italiana tra Rinascimento e Antico Regime"; Louisa C. Matthew, "Focus on the artist and the middleman: materials, workshop production and marketing during an age of transition"; Sara E Matthews-Grieco, "The buyers' end of the market: demand, taste and consumption in Renaissance and Counter-Reformation Italy"; Suzanne B. Butters, "Making Art Pay: The Meaning and Value of Art in Late Sixteenth-Century Rome and Florence"; Caroline P. Murphy, "The Market for Pictures in Post-Tridentine Bologna"; Marta Ajmar, "Taking Pots: Strategies for Producing Novelty and the Consumption of Painted Pottery in Renaissance Italy"; Eckhard Leuschner, "Censorship and the Market: Antonio Tempesta's 'New' Subjects in the Context of Roman Printmaking ca. 1600"; Margaret Haines, "The Market for Public Sculpture in Renaissance Florence"; Catherine Turrill, "Patenti, clienti e conoscenti: The Nun-Artisans of Santa Caterina da Siena and Their Clients"; Rita Comanducci, "Produzione seriale e mercato dell-arte a Firenze tra Quattro e Cinquecento"; Susanne Kubersky-Piredda, "Immagini devozionali nel Rinascimento fiorentino: produzione, commercio, prezzi"; Arne R. Flaten, "Portrait Medals and Assembly-Line Art in Late Quattrocento Florence"; Julia A. De Lancey, "Dragonsblood and Ultramarine: The Apothecary and Artists' Pigments in Renaissance Florence"; Andrew C. Blume, "Botticelli and the Cost and Value of Altarpieces in Late Fifteenth-Century Florence"; Michelle O'Malley, "Commissioning Bodies, Allocation Decisions and Price Structures for Altarpieces in Fifteenth--and Early Sixteenth-Century Italy"; Pierre Gerin-Jean, "Prices of Works of Art and Hierarchy of Artistic Value on the Italian Market (1400-1700)"; Rab Hatfield, "The High End: Michelangelo's Earnings"; Deborah Krohn, "Taking Stock: Evaluation of Works of Art in Renaissance Italy"; Megan Holmes, "Neri di Bicci and the Commodification of Artistic Values in Florentine Painting (1450-1500)"; Alison Wright, "Between the Patron and the Market: Production Strategies in the Pollaiuolo Workshop"; Robert G. La France, "Bachiacca's Formula for Success"; Louisa C. Matthew, "Were there Open Markets for Pictures in Renaissance Venice?"; Christopher R. Marshall, "Appagare il pubblico: the Marketing Strategies of Luca Giordano (1678-1684)"; Kevin M. Stevens and Paul F. Gehl, "The Eye of Commerce: Visual Literacy Among the Makers of Books in Italy"; Evelyn Welch, "From Retail to Resale: Artistic Value and the Second-Hand Market in Italy (1400-1550)"; Patricia Allerston, "The Second-Hand Trade in the Arts in Early Modern Italy"; Jacqueline Marie Musacchio, "The Medici Sale of 1495 and the Second-Hand Market for Domestic Goods in Late Fifteenth-Century Florence"; Loredana Lorizzo, "Il mercato dell'arte a Roma nel XVII secolo: 'pittori bottegari' e 'rivenditori di quadri' nei documenti dell'Archivo Storico dell'Accademia di San Luca"; Linda Borean, "'Con il maggior vantaggio possibile': La vendita della collezione del procuratore di San Marco Giacomo Cotter"; Martha McCrory, "The Dukes and Their Dealers: The Formation of the Medici Grand-Ducal Collections of the Sixteenth Century"; Adelina Modesti, "Patrons as Agents and Artists as Dealers in Seicento Bologna"; Isabella Cecchini, "Le figure del commercio: cenni sui mercato pittorico veneziano nel XVII secolo"; Michael Rohlmann, "Arte da lontano: pittura fiamminga nella Firenze rinascimentale"; Mickael Szanto, "Gli itinerari delle pitture dall'Italia alla Francia nel primo Seicento: dalle vie diplomatiche ai circuiti bancari"; Richard Goldthwaite, "Economic Parameters of the Italian Art Market (15th to 17th Centuries)"; and Dennis Romano, "Comments from an Historian."

Focking, Marc and Bernhard Huss, eds. Varietas und Ordo: Zur Dialektik von Vielfalt und Einheit in Renaissance und Barock. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2003. xv + 251 pp. bibl. 58 [euro]. ISBN: 3-515-08258-1.

Contents: Marc Focking and Bernhard Huss, "Vorwort"; Giuseppe Invernizzi, "Platonismus, Tradition und Menschenwiirde in der Philosophie Marsilio Ficinos"; Bernhard Huss, "Regelpoesie und Inspirationsdichtung in der Poetologie Cristoforo Landinos (im Anhang: Landinos Vorwort zu seiner Kommentierung der Ars poetica yon Horaz)"; Gernot M. Muller, "Vielfalt und Einheit. Die Dichtungslehre in Giovanni Pontanos Actius im Horizont einer Dialogpoetik der varietas"; Susanne Thiemann, "Weibliche Rede gegen mannliche Ordnung? Zu Luisa Sigeas Duarum virginum colloquium de vita aulica et privata"; Ulrike Schneider, "'Le donne fanno gruppo'? Zum Problem literarischer Autoritat im 'weiblichen Petrarkismus'"; Stefan Hartung, "Rehierarchisierungen und Systemverschiebungen in der paradoxen Lob--und Tadelliteratur der Renaissance"; David Nelting, "(Un)Ordnungen Arkadiens in Spatrenaissance und Fruhbarock: Zu Konstruktion und Destruktion von Ordo bei Torquato Tasso und Battista Guarini"; Roderich Billermann, "Zur moratistischen Dimension der Historiographie Philippe de Commynes'"; Michael Bernsen, "Das Konzept politischer Herrschaft in der Dichtung Clement Marots"; Marc Focking, "Von der Macht des Lachens zum Lachen der Macht: Kontingenz und Ordnung in der Komodie zwischen italienischer Renaissance und franzosischer Fruhklassik (Desmarets de Saint Sorlin, Aspasie)"; Stephan Leopold, "Con ansia estrema--Petrarkismus in Zeichen yon Sexualitat und Gewalt bei Garcilaso De La Vega"; Horst Weich, "Rhetorik des Schweigens. Geschlechterordnung und Variation in der Liebeslyrik des Conde de Villamediana"; Wolfram Nitsch, "Textgefangnisse. Kunstlichkeit und Gewaltsamkeit in der spanischen Liebeslyrik des Barock"; Christian Wehr, "Von der platonischen zur thetorischen Bewaltigung der varietas: Uberlegungen zur Kategorie des Scharfsinns bei Castiglione und Gracian"; and Jing Xuan, "Getraumtes Leben, gespielte Macht: La vida es sueno von Pedro Calderon De La Barca als Allegorie der fruhneuzeitlichen Legitimationskrise."

Glaisyer, Natasha and Sara Pennell, eds. Didactic Literature in England 1500-1800: Expertise Constructed. Aldershot and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2003. xii + 213 pp. index. illus. tbls. bibl. $79.95. ISBN: 0-7546-0669-4.

Contents: Natasha Glaisyer and Sara Pennell, "Introduction"; Scott Mandelbrote, "The Bible and Didactic Literature in Early Modern England"; Susan Forscher Weiss, "Didactic Sources of Musical Learning in Early Modern England"; Randall Ingram, "Seventeenth-Century Didactic Readers, Their Literature, and Ours"; Anna Marie E. Roos, "Polite Society and Perceptions of the Sun and the Moon in the Athenian Mercury and the British Apollo, 1691-1711 "; Michele Cohen, "French Conversation or 'Glittering Gibberish'? Learning French in Eighteenth-Century England"; Rebecca Bushnell, "The Gardener and the Book"; Christoph Heyl, "Deformity's Filthy Fingers: Cosmetics and the Plague in Artificiall Embellishments, or Arts best Directions how to Preserve Beauty or procure it (Oxford, 1665)"; Richard Steadman-Jones, "Richardson's Barometer: Colonial Representation in Grammatical Texts"; and Phyllis Whitman Hunter, "Containing the Marvellous: Instructions to Buyers and Sellers."

Hogendijk, Jan P. and Abdelhamid I. Sabra, eds. The Enterprise of Science in Islam.. New Perspectives. (Dibner Institute Studies in the History of Science and Technology.) Cambridge, MA and London: The MIT Press, 2003. xxii + 386 pp. index. illus, bibl. $45. ISBN: 0-262-19482-1.

Contents: Abdelhamid I. Sabra and Jan P. Hogendijk, "Introduction"; Paul Kunitzsch, "The Transmission of Hindu-Arabic Numerals Reconsidered"; Charles Burnett, "The Transmission of Arabic Astronomy via Antioch and Pisa in the Second Quarter of the Twelfth Century"; Elaheh Kheirandish, "The Many Aspects of 'Appearances': Arabic Optics to 950 AD'; A.I. Sabra, "Ibn alHaytham's Revolutionary Project in Optics: The Achievement and the Obstacle"; Gerhard Endress, "Mathematics and Philosophy in Medieval Islam"; J. Lennart Berggren, "Tenth-Century Mathematics through the Eyes of Abu Sahl alKuhi"; Jacques Sesiano, "Quadratus Mirabilis"; Yvonne Dold-Samplonius, "Calculating Surface Areas and Volumes in Islamic Architecture"; David Pingree, "The "Sarvasiddhantaraja" of Nityananda"; Julio Samso, "On the Lunar Tables in Sanjaq Dar's Zij al-Sharif"; Ahmed Djebbar, "A Panorama of Research on the History of Mathematics in al-Andalus and the Maghrib between the Ninth and Sixteenth Centuries"; and Y. Tzvi Langermann, "Another Andalusian Revolt? Ibn Rushd's Critique of al-Kindi's Pharmacological Computus."

Knoppers, Laura Lunger, ed. Puritanism and Its Discontents. Newark, NJ and London: University of Delaware Press/AUP, 2003.264 pp. index. append. illus. bibl. $49.50. ISBN: 0-87413-817-5.

Contents: Laura Lunger Knoppers, "Introduction"; John Morrill, "A Liberation Theology? Aspects of Puritanism in the English Revolution"; Dwight Brautigam, "Prelates and Politics: Uses of 'Puritan,' 1625-40"; John Netland, "Of Philistines and Puritans: Matthew Arnold's Construction of Puritanism"; Margo Todd, "Anti-Calvinists and the Republican Threat in Early Stuart Cambridge"; Steven R. Pointer, "The Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Election of 1622: The Constraints of a Puritan Institution"; Barbara Olive, "The Fabric of Restoration Puritanism: Mary Chudleigh's The Song of the Three Children Paraphras'd"; Richard Pointer, "From Imitating Language to a Language of Imitation: Puritan-Indian Discourse in Early New England"; Glenn Sanders, "'A plain Turkish Tyranny': Images of the Turk in Anti-Puritan Polemic"; Timothy D. Hall, "Assurance, Community, and the Puritan Self in the Antinomian Controversy, 1636-38"; and Stephen Woolsey, "Staging a Puritan Saint: Cotton Mather's Magnalia Christi Americana."

Levy, Allison, ed. Widowhood and Visual Culture in Early Modern Europe. (Women and Gender in the Early Modern World.) Aldershot, England and Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2003. xvii + 266 pp. + 101 b/w pls. index. illus. $79.95. ISBN: 0-7546-0731-3.

Contents: Allison Levy, "Widow's Peek: Looking at Ritual and Representation"; Catherine Lawless, "'Widowhood was the time of her greatest perfection': Ideals of Widowhood and Sanctity in Florentine Art"; J.S.W. Helt, "Memento Mori: Death, Widowhood and Remembering in Early Modern England"; Marina Arnold, "Mourning Widows: Portraits of Widows and Widowhood in Funeral Sermons from Brunswick-Wolfenbuettel"; Joyce de Vries, "Casting Her Widowhood: The Contemporary and Posthumous Portraits of Caterina Sforza"; Elizabeth McCartney, "A Widow's Tears, A Queen's Ambition: The Variable History of Marie de Medicis's Bereavement"; Michael E. Yonan, "Conceptualizing the Kaiserinwitwe: Empress Maria Theresia and Her Portraits"; Holly S. Hurlburt, "Individual Fame and Family Honor: The Tomb of Dogaressa Agnese da Mosto Venier"; Laura D. Gelfand, "Margaret of Austria and the Encoding Power in Patronage: The Funerary Foundation at Brou"; Sara French, "A Widow Building in Elizabethan England: Bess of Hardwick at Hardwick Hall"; Stephanie Fink De Backer, "Constructing Convents in Sixteenth-Century Castile: Toledan Widows and Patterns of Patronage"; Cristelle L. Baskins, "Trecento Rome: The Poetics and Politics of Widowhood"; Allison Levy, "Framing Widows: Mourning, Gender and Portraiture in Early Modern Florence"; Amelia Carr, "Contested Narratives: Elisabeth of Austria and a Relic of St Leopold"; and Allison Levy, "Last Rites: Mourning Identities (?)."

McKendrick, Scot, ed. Illuminating the Renaissance: The Triumph of Flemish Manuscript Painting in Rome. Los Angeles: Getty Trust Publications, 2003. xvi + 575 pp. index. append. illus. map. bibl. $125 (ci), $55 (pbk). ISBN: 0-89236-703-2 (cl), 0-89236-704-0 (pbk).

Contents: Thomas Kren and Scot McKendrick, "Acknowledgements"; Lynne Brindley, Philip King, and Deborah Gribbon, "Foreword"; Scot McKendrick and Thomas Kren, "Introduction"; Catherine Reynolds, "Illuminators and the Painters' Guilds"; Maryan W. Ainsworth and Thomas Kren, "Illuminators and Painters: Artistic Exchanges and Interrelationships"; Scot McKendrick, "Reviving the Past: Illustrated Manuscripts of Secular Vernacular Texts, 1467-1500"; Thomas Kren, "From Panel to Parchment and Back: Painters as Illuminators before 1470" and "Revolution and Transformation: Painting in Devotional Manuscripts, circa 1467-1485"; Scot McKendrick, "Painting in Manuscripts of Vernacular Texts, circa 1467-1485"; Thomas Kren, "Consolidation and Renewal: Manuscript Painting under the Hapsburgs, circa 1485-1510"; "New Directions in Manuscript Painting, circa 1510-1561"; Scot McKendrick, "The Scribes"; and Richard Gay, "Selected Scribe Bibliographies."

Mews, Constant J., Cary J. Nederman, and Rodney M. Thomson, eds. Rhetoric and Renewal in the Latin West 1100-1540: Essays in Honour of John O. Ward. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2003. x + 270 pp. index. append. tbls. bibl. $60. ISBN: 2-503-51340-9.

Contents: Rodney M. Thomson, "John O. Ward: A Personal Memoir"; Rodney M. Thomson and Constant J. Mews, "A Bibliography of John O. Ward"; Martin Camargo, "Defining Medieval Rhetoric"; Constant J. Mews, "Peter Abelard on Dialectic, Rhetoric, and the Principles of Argument"; Karin Margareta Fredborg, "Abelard on Rhetoric"; Peter von Moos, "Literary Aesthetics in the Latin Middle Ages: The Rhetorical Theology of Peter Abelard"; Juanita Feros Ruys, "Eloquencie vultum depingere: Eloguence and Dictamen in the Love Letters of Heloise and Abelard"; Rodney M. Thomson, "Satire, Irony, and Humour in William of Malmesbury"; Michael Winterbottom, "The Language of William of Malmesbury"; Cary J. Nederman, "The Origins of 'Policy': Fiscal Administration and Economic Principles in Later Twelfth-Century England"; John Scott, "William of Ockham and the Lawyers Revisited"; Rita Copeland, "Wycliffite Ciceronianism? The General Prologue to the Wycliffite Bible and Augustine's De doctrina Christiana"; Virginia Cox, "Ciceronian Rhetorical Theory in the Volgare: A Fourteenth-Century Text and its Fifteenth-Century Readers"; James J. Murphy, "Rhetoric in the Fifteenth Century: From Manuscript to Print"; and Nancy S. Struever, "Political Rhetoric and Rhetorical Politics in Juan Luis Vives (1492-1540)."

Millet, Olivier, ed. Jean-Baptiste Chassignet: Acres du colloque du Centre Jacques-Petit, Besancon (4, 5 et 6 mai 1999). Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 397 pp. index. illus. tbls. bibl. 59 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0847-5.

Contents: Olivier Millet, "Presentation"; Yvonne Bellenger, "Entre Renaissance et baroque: Chassignet heritier de Ia Pleiade"; Yvette Quenot, "De l'influence du Traitte de l'Oraison et Meditation de Louis de Grenade sur Le Mespris de Chassignet"; Pascale Chiron, "Chassignet a la lumiere de Jean de La Ceppede"; Louis Lobbes, "Pierre Matthieu, l'autre porte franc-comtois de Ia vie et de la mort"; Robert Stauffenegger, "Chassignet au 'decours' du siecle"; Gisele MathieuCastellani, "Les images du corps dans Le Mespris'; Michele Mastroianni, "L'iconographie des runes dans Le Mespris de la vie et consolation contre la mort"; Gilles Banderier, "Le bestiaire et l'herbier"; Christine McCall Probes, "L'entrelacement des sens et de ia nature chez Jean-Baptiste Chassignet"; Anne-Elisabeth Spica, "La rhetorique de l'image dans Le Mespris de la vie de Chassignet"; Richard Crescenzo, "L'experience du regard dans Le Mespris de la vie et consolation contre la mort"; Andre Gendre, "Fonction de Ia charniere du sonnet dans Ia meditation de Chassignet"; Sabine Lardon, "L'enchainement des sonnets dans Le Mespris de la vie et consolation contre la mort"; Guillaume Hatt, "Variation et repetition chez Jean-Baptiste Chassiguet: vers un modele personnel du sonnet?"; Michele Clement, "Le Cantique des Cantiques de J.-B. Chassignet: un texte dangereux"; Gabriella Bosco, "Job ou de la Fermete: Chassignet paraphraste et la querelle sur le Livre de Job dans les paraphrases de Ia fin du [XVI.sup.e] siecle et du [XVII.sup.e] siecle"; Anne Mantero, "Chassignet paraphraste des petits prophetes"; Veronique Ferrer, "Chassignet paraphraste du Psautier"; and Bertrand Degott, "Reception de Chassignet."

Milward, Peter, ed. The Renaissance Bulletin. (The Renaissance Bulletin, 29.) Tokyo: The Renaissance Institute, 2002. 48 pp. n.p. ISBN: n.a.

Contents: John Wilson Yamamoto, "Catholic Literature and the Rise of Anglicanism"; Peter Milward, "Shakespeare's Inspissation," "Shakespeare's Sacred Fools," "Shakespeare's Sermon," "Shakespeare's 'Miracles' in the Context of Religious Controversy," and "Notice-Board."

Mulryne, J.R. and Elizabeth Goldring, eds. Court Festivals of the European Renaissance: Art, politics and performance. Aldershot and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002. xxiv + 401 pp. index. illus. tbls. map. $99.95. ISBN: 0-7546-0628-7.

Contents: J.R. Mulryne, "Introduction"; Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly, "Early Modern European Festivals--Politics and Performance, Event and Record"; Margaret M. McGowan, "The Renaissance Triumph and its Classical Heritage"; Richard Cooper, "Court Festival and Triumphal Entries under Henri II"; Monique Chatenet, "Etiquette and Architecture at the Court of the Last Valois"; Nicholas Le Roux, "The Politics of Festivals at the Court of the Last Valois"; Chantal Grell, "The Financing and Material Organization of Court Festivals under Louis XIV"; Bernhard Schimmelpfennig, "The Two Coronations of Charles V at Bologna, 1530"; R.J. Knecht, "Charles V's Journey through France, 1539-40"; Jochen Beaker, "'Greater than Zeuxis and Apelles': Artists as Arguments in the Antwerp Entry of 1549"; Elizabeth Goldring, "The Funeral of Sir Philip Sidney and the Politics of Elizabethan Festival"; Victoria Musvik, "'And the King of Barbary's Envoy Had to Stand in the Yard': The Perception of Elizabethan Court Festivals in Russia at the Beginning of the Seventeenth Century"; Iain Fenlon, "Rites of Passage: Cosimo I de' Medici and the Theatre of Death"; Nicoletta Guidobaldi, "The Role of Music in Italian Court Festivals in the Early Renaissance"; Dinko Fabris, "Musical Festivals at a Capital without a Court: Spanish Naples from Charles V (1535) to Philip V (1702)"; Flora Dennis, "Music in Ferrarese Festivals: Harmony and Chaos"; Roger Savage, "Checklists for Philostrate"; Peter Davidson, "The Theatrum for the Entry of Claudia de' Medici and Federigo Ubaldo della Rovere into Urbino, 1621"; Maximilian L.S. Tondro, "The First Temporary Triumphal Arch in Venice (1557)"; and Marina Dmitrieva-Einhorn, "Ephemeral Ceremonial Architecture in Prague, Vienna and Cracow in the Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries."

Oberman, Heiko A. The Two Reformations: The Journey from the Last Days to the New WorM. Ed. Donald Weinstein. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2003. xix + 235 pp. index. tbls. chron. $35. ISBN: 0-300-09868-5.

Contents: Donald Weinstein, "Editor's Preface"; Heiko A. Oberman, "Preface: Burn after Reading," "The Gathering Storm," "Luther and the Via Moderna: The Philosophical Backdrop of the Reformation Breakthrough," "Martin Luther: A Friar in the Lion's Den," "Reformation: End Time, Modern Times, Future Times," "From Luther to Hitler," "The Controversy over Images at the Time of the Reformation," "Toward the Recovery of the Historical Calvin," "Toward a New Map of Reformation Europe," "The Cutting Edge: The Reformation of the Refugees," and "Calvin's Legacy: Its Greatness and Limitations."

Palmer, Rodney, ed. The Rise of the Image: Essays on the History of the Illustrated Art Book. Aldershot, England and Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2003. xv + 274 pp. index. illus. bibl. $99.95. ISBN: 0-7546-0559-0.

Contents: Rodney Palmer, "Introduction"; Julianna Barone, "Seventeenth-century illustrations for the chapters on motion in Leonardo's Trattato"; Sharon Gregory, "'The outer man tends to be a guide to the inner': the woodcut portraits in Vasari's Lives as parallel texts"; Vaughan Hart, "'Of little or even no importance to the architect': on absent ideals in Serlio's drawings in the Sixth Book, on domestic architecture"; Robert Tavernor, "'Brevity without obscurity': text and image in the architectural treatises of Daniele Barbaro and Andrea Palladio"; Thomas Frangenberg, "'The beauty and majesty of the images': Pietro da Cortona's Barberini ceiling in Teti's Aedes Barberinae"; Rodney Palmer, "'All is very plain, upon inspection of the figure': the visual method of Andrea Pozzo's Perspectiva Pictorum et Architectorum"; Anthony Hamber, "Photography in nineteenth-century art publications"; and Valerie Holman, "'Still a makeshift'? Changing representations of the Renaissance in twentieth-century art books."

Papazian, Mary Arshagouni, ed. John Donne and the Protestant Reformation: New Perspectives. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2003. viii + 385 pp. index. append. bibl. $39.95. ISBN: 0-8143-3012-6.

Contents: Mary Arshagouni Papazian, "Introduction"; Daniel W. Doerksen, "Polemist or Pastor?: Donne and Moderate Calvinist Conformity"; Jeanne Shami, "'Speaking Openly and Speaking First': John Donne, the Synod of Dort, and the Early Stuart Church"; Mary Arshagouni Papazian, "The Augustinian Donne: How a 'Second S. Augustine'?"; Jeffrey Johnson, "John Donne and Paolo Sarpi: Rendering the Council of Trent"; Raymond-Jean Frontain, "Donne's Protestant Paradiso: The Johannine Vision of the Second Anniversary"; Paul R. Sellin, "'Souldiers of one Army': John Donne and the Army of the States General as an International Protestant Crossroads, 1595-1625"; Catherine Gimelli Martin, "Unmeete Contraryes: The Reformed Subject and the Triangulation of Religious Desire in Donne's Anniversaries and Holy Sonnets"; Chanita Goodblatt, "From 'Tav' to the Cross: John Donne's Protestant Exegesis and Polemics"; Brent Nelson, "Pathopoeia and the Protestand From of Donne's Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions"; Elena Levy-Navarro, "Breaking Down the Walls That Divide: Anti-Polemicism in the Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions"; Annette Deschner, "Reforming Baptism: John Donne and Continental Irenicism"; Marina Salenius, "True Purification: Donne's Art of Rhetoric in Two Candlemas Sermons"; and Gale H. Carrithers, Jr. and James D. Hardy, Jr., "'Not upon a Lecture, but upon a Sermon': Devotional Dynamics of the Donnean Fisher of Men."

Pellegrin, Nicole and Colette H. Winn, eds. Veufs, veuves et veuvage duns la France d'Ancien Regime: Actes du Colloque de Poitiers (11-12 juin 1998). Paris: Honore Champion Editeur, 2003. 347 pp. index. illus. tbls. bibl. 66 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7453-0810-6.

Contents: Colette H. Winn, "Introduction"; Jean-Marie Augustin, "La protection juridique de la veuve sous l'Ancien Regime"; Claire Dolan, "L'an de deuil et le remariage des veuves: Loi et tradition au XV[I.sup.e] siecle en Provence"; Josette Brun, "Le veuvage en Nouvelle-France au XVII[I.sup.e] siecle: de la coutume de Paris aux contrats de mariage de Louisbour"; Isabelle Sagot, "Etre veuve au temps des honorables hommes, a Niort, au XVI[I.sup.e] siecle: L'apport des actes notaries"; Janine M. Lanza, "Les veuves d'artisans dans le Paris du XVII[I.sup.e] siecle"; Daryl M. Halter, "Les veuves dans les corporations de Rouen sous l'Ancien Regime"; Francoise Fortunet, "Veuves de guerre a l'epoque revolutionnaire"; Beatrice Hibbard Beech, "Madeline Boursette, femme d'imprimeur et veuve"; Kathleen M. Llewellyn, "Les veuves dans l'Heptameron de Marguerite de Navarre"; Danielle Haase-Dubosc, "Madame de Chatillon, veuve joyeuse"; Elaine Viennot, "Veuves de mere en fille: le cas du clan Guise"; Scarlett Beauvalet-Boutouyrie, "Jeanne de Chantal: 'l'idee des parfaites veuves'"; Nicole Pellegrin, "Le sexe de crepe: Costumes du veuvage dans la France d'Ancien Regime"; Thomas Luttenberg, "La veuve etait en soie: L'habit des veuves et la construction de l'Etat moderne au XV[I.sup.e] siecle"; Frederique Villemure, "La musique adoucit-elle les veufs?"; Colette H. Winn, "Ecriture, veuvage et deuil: Temoignages feminins du XV[I.sup.e] siecle"; and Gwenael Murphy, "Le deuil et le voile: Les veuves au couvent dans le diocese de Poitiers (XVI[I.sup.e]-XVII[I.sup.e] siecles)."

Saffrey, Henri D. L'heritage des anciens au Moyen Age et a la Renaissance. (Histoire des doctrines de l'antiquite classique, 28.) Paris: Librairie Philosophique J. Vrin, 2002. 318 pp. index. illus. tbls. 35 [euro]. ISBN: 2-7116-1596-0.

Contents: H.D. Saffrey, "Avant-Propos," "Saint Thomas d'Aquin et l'heritage des Anciens (VI[I.sup.e] centenaire se saint Thomas d'Aquin et restauration de l'eglise des Jacobins)," "Le Corpus Platonicum Medii Aevi," "Saint Thomas d'Aquin et ses secretaires," "Notes platoniciennes de Marsile Ficin dans un manuscrit de Proclus," "Recherches sur quelques autographes du cardinal Bessarion et leur caractere utobiographique," "Notes autographes du cardinal Bessarion dans un manuscrit de Munich," "Pie II et les pretres uniates en Crete au X[v.sup.e] siecle," "Un exercise de latin philosophique, autographe du cardinal Bessarion," "Pietro Balbi et la premiere traduction latine de la Theologie platonicienne de Proclus," "Un humaniste dominicain, Jean Cuno de Nuremberg, precurseur d'Erasme a Bale," "Albrecht Durer, Jean Cuno, O.P., et la confrerie du Rosaire a Venise," "Un panegyrique inedit de S. Thomas d'Aquin par Josse Clichtove," and "La vie culturelle en Chypre au X[v.sup.e] siecle."

Scholten, Frits, ed. Willem van Tetrode, Sculptor (c. 1525-1580) Guglielmo Fiammingo scultore. Zwolle: Waanders Publishers, Inc., 2003. 143 pp. append. illus. bibl. n.p. ISBN: 90-400-8781-4.

Contents: Frits Scholten, "Willem van Tetrode, alter Praxiteles"; Emile van Binnebeke, "A majestic showpiece: Willem van Tetrode and the studiolo of the Count of Pitigliano'; Francesca G. Brewer, "Towards a history of Tetrode's casting technique"; Bierke van der Mark and Frits Scholten, "Catalogue"; and Arian de Koomen, "Appendix: Guglielmo Fiammingo at Cellini's studio."

Sharpe, Kevin and Steven N. Zwicker, eds. Reading, Society and Politics in Early Modern England. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. x + 363 pp. index. illus. $70. ISBN: 0-521-82434-6.

Contents: Kevin Sharpe and Steven N. Zwicker, "Introduction: discovering the Renaissance reader"; Seth Lerer, "Errata: print, politics and poetry in early modern England"; Richard Wendorf, "Abandoning the capital in eighteenth-century London"; Heidi Brayman Hackel, "'Boasting of silence': women readers in a patriarchal state"; Kevin Sharpe, "Reading revelations: prophecy, hermeneutics and politics in early modern Britain"; David Scott Kastan, "Performances and playbooks: the closing of the theatres and the politics of drama"; Joad Raymond, "Irrational, impractical and unprofitable: reading the news in seventeenth-century Britain"; Michael Schoenfetdt, "Reading bodies"; Adrian Johns, "Reading and experiment in the early Royal Society"; Joseph Loewenstein, "Martial, Jonson and the assertion of plagiarism"; Steven N. Zwicker, "The constitution of opinion and the pacification of reading"; and Kirstie M. McClure, "Cato's retreat: fabula, historia and the question of constitutionalism in Mr Locke's anonymous Essay on Government."

Terpstra, Nicholas, ed. The Renaissance in the Nineteenth Century/Le XI[X.sup.e] siecle renaissant. (Publications of the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies: Essays and Studies, 2.) Toronto: Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2003. xii + 302 pp. index. illus. map. bibl. n.p. ISBN: 0-7727-2019-3.

Contents: Nicholas Terpstra and Yannick Portebois, "Introduction: Nineteenth Century Renaissances: Ideology to Commodity"; Francois Rigolot, "Sainte-Beuve's Invention of the French Renaissance"; Robert Melancon, "Du Bellay, de Sainte-Beuve a l'histoire litteraire"; Michel Fournier, "'Les primitifs du roman moderne': la reception critique du roman de l'age baroque dans le discours critique du XI[X.sup.e] siecle en France"; Janine Gallant, "Les peintres de la Renaissance au coeur de l'esthetique de Stendhal"; James E. Housefield, "The Nineteenth-Century Renaissance and the Modern Facsimile: Leonardo da Vinci's Notebooks, from Ravaisson-Mollien to Peladan and Duchamp"; Francois-Emmanuel Boucher, "Le debut de la fin: le role de la Renaissance dans l'historiographie des reactionnaires francais au debut du XI[X.sup.e] siecle"; Jean-Claude Yon, "La Renaissance vue par un librettiste: le cas d'Eugene Scribe"; Jeanice Brooks and Mark Everist, "Giacomo Meyerbeer's Les Huguenots: Staging the History of the French Renaissance"; Sandra Parmegiani, "In Search of a Nation: Renaissance Motifs in Ugo Foscolo's Pre-romantic Historical and Literary Criticism"; Alan Kahan, "The Burckhardt-Sismondi Debate over the Meaning of the Italian Renaissance"; Mariel O'Neill-Karch, "Jean-Alexis Rouchon (1794-1878) et la (Re)naissance de l'affiche publicitaire"; Diana Cooper-Richet, "La redeouverte des editions aldines au XI[X.sup.e] siecle: Antoine-Augustin Renouard, bibliophile, collectionneur et passeur culturel"; Dylan Reid, "Local Printing, Local Pride: Rouen's Nineteenth-Century Bibliophiles and the Renaissance Printing Industry'; Laura Willett, "Romantic Renaissance in Montaigne's Chapel"; Rosanna Pavoni, "The Nineteenth-Century Palazzo Bagatti Valsecchi in Milan, Italy: A Homage to the Italian Renaissance"; and D. Medina Lasansky, "Reshaping Attitudes Towards the Renaissance. The Fight Against 'Modern Mania' in Florence at the Turn of the Century."

Ziegler, Georgianna, ed. Elizabeth I: Then and Now. Washington, DC: The Folger Shakespeare Library, 2003. 190 pp. index. Illus. bibl. $40. ISBN: 0-29598323-X.

Contents: Gall Kern Paster, "Foreword"; Georgianna Ziegler, "Acknowledgments"; Carnie Levin, "Introduction to the Life and Reign of Elizabeth I"; Heidi Brayman Hackel, "Queen Elizabeth's Books"; Georgiana Ziegler, "Catalogue"; Janel Mueller, "Surveying Scholarly Treasures: Folger Manuscripts by and about Elizabeth I"; Heather Wolfe, "Chronological list of manuscripts at the Folger Library signed by Elizabeth I"; Sheila ffolliott, "Portraying Queens: the International Language of Court Portraiture in the Sixteenth Century"; and Barbara Hodgdon, "Reinventing Elizabeth: Memories, Counter-memories, Histories."

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Bangerter, Olivier. La pensee militaire de Zwingli. (Zuricher Beitrage zur Reformationsgeschichte, 21.) Berlin and Bern: Peter Lang, 2003. vii + 287 pp. map. bibl. $43.95. ISBN: 3-906769-18-6.

Barbour, Reid. John Selden: Measures of the Holy Commonwealth in Seventeenth-Century England. Toronto and Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 2003. x + 417 pp. index. bibl. $65. ISBN: 0-8020-8776-0.

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Gallucci, Margaret A. Benvenuto Cellini: Sexuality, Masculinity and Artistic Identity in Renaissance Italy. Houndmills, England and New York: Palgrave/St. Martin's Press, 2003. xvi +214 pp. index. append. illus. tbls. bibl. $59.95. ISBN: 1-40396107-7.

Gilboa, Anat. Images of the Feminine in Rembrandt's Work. Delft: Eburon Academic Publishers, 2003. 241 pp. + 16 col. pls. Index. illus. Bibl. $35. ISBN: 90-5166954-2.

Glimp, David. Increase and Multiply: Governing Cultural Reproduction in Early Modern England. Minneapolis and London: University of Minnesota Press, 2003. xxviii + 230 pp. index. $60.95 (cl), $21.95 (pbk). ISBN: 0-8166-3990-6 (cl), 0-8166-3991-4 (pbk).

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