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Errata List for "Allegorical Commentary in The Merchant of Venice," Shakespeare Studies, 24 (1996).

Because of special circumstances attendant on the preparation of this article, Shakespeare Studies has made this space available to the author for listing the following significant errata.

page 159, line 11 from top. For work; read work";.

page 159, line 15 from top. For refer to read refer the.

page 161, line 5 from bottom. For clowns, read clowns."

page 162, line 7 from top. For invites, read invites.".

page 162, line 3 from bottom. For lucid read ludic.

page 164, line 21 from bottom. For younger, read younger.".

page 167, line 4 from bottom. For money; read money:.

page 169, line 15 from top. For monitory read monetary.

page 170, line 13 from top. For usury, read usury;.

page 170, line 14 from bottom. For then read them.

page 171, line 19 from bottom. For become read becomes.

page 173, line 4 from top. For resign read design.

page 174, line 19 from bottom. For unwisdom read unwisdom,.

page 174, line 5 from bottom. For "good [Gobbo], read "good [Gobbo],".

page 175. The last 5 lines should be expanded to read:

flight and contempt both express alienation, albeit in significantly different ways. Flight is an action and can thus be said to express alienation physically or carnally; while contempt is a state of mind and can thus represent alienation psychically or spiritually. Thus if the alienation of flight expresses prodigality, so too may the alienation of contempt express prodigality, the one expression being carnal while the other is spir-

page 176, line 2 from top. For expressions of prodigal expressions of prodigal read expressions of prodigal.

page 177, lines 7-6 from bottom should be expanded to read:

who plays the harlot or "strumpet wind" to her bark. Like the Prodigal whose riotous living leads him into "necessitie" (Luke xv.14), the bark returns "Lean, rent, and beggar'd by the strumpet wind"; and like the bark, Jessica is beggared by her riot with Lorenzo.

page 180, line 13 from top. For conducting read conducing.

page 180, line 10 from bottom. For The read This.

page 189, line 9 from top. For decries read descries.

page 194, line 14 from top. For his read this.

page 198, line 6 from bottom. For her read his.

page 200, line 12 from bottom. For comprises read compromises.

page 201, line 7 from bottom. For father read father,.

page 202, line 13 from top. For yo read you.

page 204, line 7 from top. For scent read scant.

page 206, line 10 from top. For Spenser read Spencer.

page 208, line 21 from top. For Levin these read Levin sees these.
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Author:ROSENHEIM, JUDITH
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Date:Jan 1, 1998
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